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A T26 Grand Sport model won the 24 Hour Race at Le Mans in 1950. With a top speed of 125 mph, the chassis came with the ability for customers to choose different body styles, such as this Saoutchik-designed model. The body features a two-tone blue color scheme with chrome accents and teardrop fenders, which enclose the rear wheels.

1948 Talbot Lago T-26 GS Saoutchik Coupe - Photos - Glory days of automotive design

1948 Talbot Lago GS Saoutchik Coupe - Glory days of automotive design: From Bugatti to Voisin, when vehicles didn't look like the Nissan Cube - NY Daily News

Une référence !

Geoffrey Hacker's tribute to the 1946 Billy Burke Belly Tank LSR Racer.

1935 Duesenberg Mormon Meteor Speedster. 1,570 cu in (26 l) Curtiss Conqueror 750 hp (559 kW) V12. The Mormon Meteor I and III were two land speed record cars built in the 1930s

1935 Duesenberg SJ 557 Mormon Meteor Speedster supercar retro s-j

Racing, Cars

american kit cars | Delahaye USA to debut "Bella Figura" Bugnotti Coupe at Pebble Beach ...

Delahaye USA to debut "Bella Figura" Bugnotti Coupe at Pebble Beach

Carbon fiber-bodied “Bella Figura” Bugnotti - Delahaye USA’s tribute to Ettore Bugatti’s son, Jean, and it was inspired by the 1937 classic Type This retro beauty will debut at the Retro Auto at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Aug. in Monterey, CA.

1936 Auburn Speedster -- A beautiful vehicle, unfortunately the value of this vehicle has never hit, say the Mercedes 540K price point, but it still demands a pretty penny when at auction. The overall style has been attempted in kit cars forever and in mass but nothing compares to an all numbers matching example. Just gorgeous.

Auburn Boat Tail Speedster have been corrected on the details of this beauty. It is in reality an Auburn Boat Tail Speedster. They were produced between 1934 & 1936

Abarth 1500 Coupe Biposto (Bertone), 1952 I love this i could totally rock this car

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Norman E. Timbs Buick Streamliner, 1948 - Mechanical engineer Norman E. Timbs created this dramatic streamliner in the which in many ways was the ultimate American hot rod.

DO YOU LIKE VINTAGE?

Classic cars are beautiful. To be considered a vintage car, the vehicle must have been manufactured between the year 1919 and December of