White Mercedes Biplace Sport 37/70 from 1906, six cylinders, 9495 cc, 70 HP, 90 km/hMore
Leon Bollee blue tricar with one cylinder (900 cc). Max. speed: 20 km/h. Made in FranceMore
Blue Delahaye Type 87 Torpedo from 1922 with four cylinders (1850 cc). Max. speed: 70 km/h. Made in FranceMore
The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is a sports car marketed in 2+2 coupe (1955–1974) and 2+2 convertible (1957–1974) body styles by Volkswagen. Internally designated the Type 14, the Karmann Ghia combined the chassis and mechanicals of the Type 1 (Beetle) with styling by Italy’s Carrozzeria Ghia and hand-built bodywork by German coachbuilding house Karmann.More
Th. Schneider 10 HP Grand Sport Torpedo Weymann from 1926, four cylinders, 1954 cc, 50 HP, 115 km/h.
The Société anonyme des automobiles Th. Schneider was registered at Besançon (France) on 16 June 1910. Vehicle production finally ended early in 1930, some ten months after the company’s second declaration of bankruptcy, in March 1929.
A significant proportion …More
1931 Bugatti Type 49 coupe by Oldřich Uhlík.
The Oldřich Uhlík’s coach build company was one from the best alongside Sodomka, Brožík, Petera, J.O. Jech not only in Czechoslovakia.
It produced the unique creations for chassis of the renowned brands as Bugatti, Mercedes-Benz, Minerva and Rolls-Royce.
Black Citroen Rosalie 8CV (1452 cc)More
Hispano-Suiza Coupe Chauffeur J12 from 1934, 12 cylinders, 9424 cc, 200 HP, 140 km/h. It was one of the fastest luxury cars from that period. Bodied by Kellner.
The Kellner Coachbuilding Company, founded by George Kellner, began creating custom bodies for carriages in 1861.
Georges Kellner Jr. is credited as being the creator of the ‘torpedo’ body …More
French Sage Runabout Coupe from 1906, four cylinders, 24 HP, 90 km/hMore
Blue Delahaye 107 M. Made in 1929 in France
Weight: 1524 kg
Max. speed: 153 km/h
Engine: 4.05 L
Power: 120 HPMore