1965 Apollo 5000 GT

1965 Apollo 5000 GT

Apollo was an American car maker out of California that manufactured coach built cars from 1962-1964. The concept was dreamed up by Milt Brown who wanted to have an American competitor in the GT car space, which was dominated by European manufacturers. The...
Acura NSX Zanardi Edition. 1 of 51.

Acura NSX Zanardi Edition. 1 of 51.

The Acura NSX is the original everyday supercar. You could jump in it, drive to work, blast home the long way, and hop out feeling fresh (and very much like Ayrton Senna, after all he had a big hand in developing the original cars). It looked cool, sounded lovely, and...
1932 MG F2 Garage Find

1932 MG F2 Garage Find

The MG F2 is a rare six cylinder roadster, produced for just one year in 1932. These cars were unique for their long hoods and “big” six cylinder motors, which apparently sound quite lovely. The motor was 1271cc and produced between 37-47 horsepower depending on valve...
Sunbeam Tiger Matching Numbers Project

Sunbeam Tiger Matching Numbers Project

The Sunbeam Tiger is truly a hotrod that you could have bought from the factory. It’s a two seater convertible with a big American V8 up front, what more could you ask for?! The Sunbeam Tiger was built by the Rootes Group, who also built the Sunbeam Alpine...
1964 Austin Healey BJ7 Project

1964 Austin Healey BJ7 Project

The Austin Healey 3000 was produced from 1959-1967. All of the 3000’s came with a 2.9 liter six cylinder motor. These Sports Convertibles came with a four speed transmission, and were rear wheel drive. A classic British sports car combination. The BJ7 was launched at...
1957 BMW Isetta 300

1957 BMW Isetta 300

The BMW Isetta is about as quirky as it gets. It’s a three wheeled microcar, designed in Italy but built in many countries including Germany, Spain, Argentina, Belgium, France, and the UK. That is unusual in it of itself, but the odd shape and single cylinder...