Such a pretty little MG

Such a pretty little MG

During the late 1940’s, MG produced two models: the nifty little TC sportscar and the larger, middle-class sports saloon Y. This 1.25-litre car was introduced as a four-door saloon in 1947, a year later the YT appeared, a two-door, four-seater open tourer.

Only 877 of those open cars were produced, most of them were exported

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This is not an Alfa Romeo

This is not an Alfa Romeo

It is amazing how the shape of this car talks to us. Immediately when you see it, you know that this car was built for just one purpose: to drive as fast as possible. The curved shapes make it look energetic and muscular, as an athlete ready to start. The rounded back side reminds us

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A charming little Simca coupé

A charming little Simca coupé

The French automaker Simca produced conventional automobiles during the 1940’s and ‘50’s: rear-wheel drive cars with the engine in the front. But in 1961 they came with a new, small car, the Simca 1000.

This car had the engine in the back, similar to the Volkswagen Beetle and also similar to the small cars of

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Can this Mazda still be saved?

Can this Mazda still be saved?

The black color of this 1967 Mazda Cosmo makes the pictures even more dramatic. Literally, everything on this car is corroded, damaged or at least dirty.

The wonderful rotary engine is gone, the driveshaft is laying on the driver’s seat and the car has serious damage to the rear right wing.

This car can be

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Two Duesenbergs sell for $ 3.2 million

Two Duesenbergs sell for $ 3.2 million

Who said 1930’s cars are not wanted anymore? The Auburn Sale by Auctions America two weeks ago proved otherwise. During this auction on September 2, more than twenty pre-war cars were on sale.

And they made good prices. A 1933 Duesenberg Model SJ ‘Sweep Panel’ Phaeton with coachwork by LaGrande was the overall winner, it

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