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The Excalibur automobile was a car styled after the 1928 Mercedes-Benz SSK by Brooks Stevens for Studebaker. Stevens subsequently formed a company to manufacture and market the cars, which were conventional under their styling. Over 3,500 Excalibur cars were built.More
Bédélia (in English usually written as Bedelia) was the archetype of the French cyclecars. This automobile was manufactured by the Bourbeau et Devaux Co. of Paris from 1910 to 1925 to a design by Robert Bourbeau. The low and light car carried its two passengers in tandem with the passenger seated at the front, while …More
Blue Rosengart LR 2 Coupe from 1932 with four cylinders, 747 cc, 4 HP. Max. speed: 60 km/hMore
Red Ferrari Biplace Sport 500 TRC from 1957, four cylinders, 1985 cc, 190 HP, 245 km/h. This copy belonged to Adrian Conan Doyle, the son of the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
An automobile museum (Cité de l’Automobile) in MulhouseMore
Yellow Ford Focus ST version with 2.3-litre EcoBoost all-aluminium engineMore
Red Alfa-Romeo Coach Type 8C 2.9A from 1936, eight cylinders, 2904 cc, 220 HP, 200 km/hMore
Red Maserati 4CM from 1937. 1.5L. in Monaco car museumMore
Bentley Berline Type MK6 from 1950, six cylinders, 4257 cc, 130 HP, 150 km/hMore
Corre Tonneau (four places) from 1904, Aster motor with four cylinders, three speeds + rear, 65 km/h.
Corre La Licorne was a French car maker founded 1901 in Levallois-Perret, at the north-western edge of central Paris, by Jean-Marie Corre. Cars were produced until 1947.
The first cars were named Corre, but racing successes by a …More