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MASERATI 6CM

MASERATI 6CM
Specialist Italian manufacturer MASERATI  spent much of its early existence building single-seater racing cars for privateer teams, and at the 1936 Milan Motor Show introduced the 6CM, an amalgam of the successful 4CM voiturette (‘small car’) and V8R1 grand prix cars.

MASERATI 150S

MASERATI 150S
In 1955, the Italian manufacturer MASERATI sought to attract rich privateer racers with the 150S that was developed to compete against German and British rivals in championship sports car racing.

JAGUAR D TYPE
JAGUAR D TYPE
The JAGUAR D-Type was one of the most charismatic and successful sports/racing cars ever made. Introduced in 1954, its aerodynamic shape included a distinctive tail fin to increase stability at high speed.

AUSTRO-DAIMLER BERGMEISTER
AUSTRO-DAIMLER BERGMEISTER
The last great car produced by Austro-Daimler appeared in 1931 and was called the Bergmeister – which means ‘mountain master’.  It featured a 3,6-litre overhead-cam engine that developed 89 kilowatts at 3600 revs per minute. The Bergmeister had a top speed of 145 kilometres per hour.

ALFA ROMEO 6C 2500 SS


ALFA ROMEO 6C 2500 SS
Cuore Sportivo– ‘sporting heart’ – has long been ALFA ROMEO’s motto, a tradition of style and performance established by such cars as this 1947 6C 2500 SS, which was fitted with a berlinetta body by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan. In its first year it won the Eccellenza trophy at the Parco Valentino Concorso d’Eleganza.

In 1950 the sporty coupé took part in major races including the Mille Miglia and Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti, won the Stella Alpina, and at the end of the year was awarded the Italian GT Championship, beating the much-fancied Ferraris and upcoming Lancias.

BUGATTI TYPE 46


BUGATTI TYPE 46
Introduced at the 1929 Paris Motor Show, the Bugatti Type 46 was a top-of-the-range model and this car is one of the earliest examples. The fabric-covered, fixed-head coupé bodywork was built by Maythron and Son of England.

CHEVROLET CAMARO RS 327



CHEVROLET CAMARO RS 327
After two years of watching the phenomenal success of the Ford Mustang, for the 1967 model year General Motors retaliated with the introduction of the CHEVROLET CAMARO, in doing so helping to set in motion the great Muscle Car Era.

FERRARI 250 SWB BERLINETTA

FERRARI 250 SWB BERLINETTA
Ask anyone to name a make of car that symbolises style, passion, exotic locations and Formula One, and FERRARI will be at the tip of most people’s lips. Blood red, noisy, racy – a Ferrari simply oozes sex appeal and the 250 short-wheelbase Berlinetta is a prime example of the brand.

FORD TYRELL 007/1

FORD TYRELL 007/1
The Tyrell racing team was founded by Ken Tyrrell in 1958 and began building its own cars in 1970, achieving quick success with Jackie Stewart winning the Drivers’ World Championship in 1971 and 1973. Stewart then retired and was replaced by South African Jody Scheckter who débuted the team’s new Derek Gardner-designed 007 chassis No.1 – the car you see here – at the 1974 Spanish GP.
 

MERCEDES- BENZ ROADSTER
MERCEDES- BENZ ROADSTER
Following the launch of the iconic 300SL Gullwing in New York in 1954, MERCEDES-BENZ introduced a Roadster at the 1957 Geneva Motor Show, effectively replacing the coupé in the process. The Roadster was visually similar but had larger fenders, different headlamps, a smaller grille and a chrome strip down the side. The open-top body was not as strong as the coupé’s and the chassis had to be reinforced to add rigidity and allow the use of conventional doors.

MERCEDES-BENZ 300 SL GULLWING

MERCEDES-BENZ 300 SL GULLWING
One of the most iconic cars ever made, the MERCEDES-BENZ Gullwing first appeared at the 1954 New York Motor Show. It was developed from the highly successful 1952 300SL racing sports car, whose low-slung spaceframe construction was partly the reason the adoption of distinctive, upward-opening doors.