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1961 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM V LIMOUSINE

Following the construction of a mere 18 Phantom IV chassis, strictly for ruling heads of state, Rolls-Royce turned back to offering a Phantom for the very wealthy in 1959. The Phantom V, as it was logically dubbed, was based upon an all-new chassis design and included a new V8 engine,…

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1969 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SE CABRIOLET

Mercedes-Benz’s elegant Paul Bracq-designed W111 made its debut in 1959 and was produced, in many variations, through 1971. Among the most desirable variations were the two-door models—the 280 SE Cabriolet and Coupe—which were expensive, virtually hand-built automobiles in the great tradition of German craftsmanship. The acres of wood trim throughout…

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1969 DETOMASO MANGUSTA

The Mangusta was first offered in 1967. Designed by the great Giorgetto Giugiaro during his time at Carrozzeria Ghia in Turin, the Mangusta showcased the classic Italian wedge shape. Featuring a heavily reinforced chassis based on the Vallelunga, the Mangusta was equipped with a mid-mounted Ford V8 behind the passenger…

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1966 PORSCHE 911 SUNROOF COUPE

Porsche’s legendary 911 is now one of the most recognizable car designs, even after 60 years. The 911 was a sensation when introduced at the 1963 Frankfurt Auto Show, and production began a year later. It was the first all-Porsche design and boasted features such as a five-speed gearbox developed…

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1970 JAGUAR SERIES II E-TYPE ROADSTER

Considered by many to be the quintessential British Sports Car, the Jaguar E-Type’s unveiling in 1961 caused a sensation both with the press and in the public eye. Admirers came from all walks of life; even Enzo Ferrari referred to it as “the most beautiful car ever made”. Beneath its…

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1971 JAGUAR SERIES II E-TYPE FIXED HEAD COUPE

Considered by many to be the quintessential British Sports Car, the Jaguar E-Type unveiling in 1961 caused a sensation both with the press and in the public eye. Admirers came from all walks of life; even Enzo Ferrari referred to it as “the most beautiful car ever made”. Beneath its…

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1976 TRIUMPH TR-6 CONVERTIBLE

Considered by many to be the most appealing of the T-series Triumphs; the TR-6 was first brought to market in 1968. While the TR-6 was heavily influenced by its predecessor, the new model was extensively restyled by Karmann. Triumph upgraded the suspension and added wider 15” wheels that resulted in…

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1929 PIERCE-ARROW 143 CONVERTIBLE

Pierce-Arrow produced the finest cars of the Classic Era in the opinion of many savvy collectors. They were way over-engineered and had features ahead of their time in many respects. In 1909, President William Howard Taft ordered two Pierce-Arrows to be used for state occasions, the first official automobiles of…

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