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Ferrari 512 S Modulo (1970) - design by Pininfarina

ferrari (pininfarina) 512 s modulo, 1970 designed by paolo martin courtesy of pininfarina S., cambiano, turino, italy / photograph by michel zumbrunn

1938 Porsche Type 64 – on display at The Allure of the Automobile exhibition High Museum of Art in Atlanta

1938 Porsche Type 64 – on display at The Allure of the Automobile exhibition High Museum of Art in Atlanta

1939 Porsche Type Built for the Berlin-Rome long-distance race. Ferdinand Porsche was known to drive it on the street as

1899 Winton Phaeton - Crawford Auto Aviation Museum

Pictures of 1899 cars photographed at car shows, musuems, and collector car auctions.

1909 Sears Model J Runabout

An alternative to Monterey, the Owls Head Transportation Museum sale features an…

Peterson Auto Museum – 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom I – 1934 Jonkheere Round Door Aero Coupe 25

Peterson Auto Museum - 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom I - 1934 Jonkheere Round Door Aero Coupe 25

1936 Packard 120 convertible victoria

Antique Cars, Vintage Cars, Victoria, Old Cars, Convertible, Antiques, Classic Cars, Photos, Motorcycles

ALFA ROMEO.Love the details visible here like the friction shocks,headlamps and front suspension details.

ALFA ROMEO.Love the details visible here like the friction shocks,headlamps and front suspension details.

Twincharged Hunchback: 1985 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale

fastinfastout: “Homologation Special: 1985 Lancia Delta Stradale We’d give a kidney to strap into this thinly disguised rally monster and make the twin-charged, twin-cam four howl.

Zagato Alfa Romeo - Nice

Bilder: Zagato Alfa Romeo TZ3 geht in Serie

1959 F. M. R. Tg-500. In the summer of 1957, Fritz Fend was at the helm of his own company and was ready to produce his masterwork. His far-reaching concept was to produce a super Karo, in all respects superior to the three-wheeled scooter, particularly in terms of speed and handling. Now highly prized by collectors, it is the most valuable of all microcars.

1959 F. M. R. Tg-500. In the summer of 1957, Fritz Fend was at the helm of his own company and was ready to produce his masterwork. His far-reaching concept was to produce a super Karo, in all respects superior to the three-wheeled scooter, particularly in terms of speed and handling. Now highly prized by collectors, it is the most valuable of all microcars.