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We are only able to display approximately 150 cars at a time yet have over 400 cars in our collection (only a sample is represented on this site at this time). Thank you!

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Morris Mini-Minor Traveller- 1967

Morris Mini-Minor Traveller- 1967

Morris Motor Company was started in the 1920s and established a reputation for reliable family cars. In the 1950s, Morris merged with its old rival Austin to form British Motor Corp. Economic factors in the UK in the mid-1950s made the creation of “a proper miniature car” a priority, and BMC assigned a small team of designers to the task.

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • Morris Motors Ltd
New Map Solyto- 1959

New Map Solyto- 1959

When it first appeared in 1938, the New-Map Microcar from the well-known motorcycle manufacturer was something of a novelty, but it certainly found favor in the post-war period. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Les Equipements Electriques K.V.
NSU Prinz 1000- 1967

NSU Prinz 1000- 1967

The NSU 1000 represented a major change for NSU. This model has a four-cylinder, overhead cam engine which is air-cooled and located in the rear.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • NSU Motorenwerke AG
NSU Prinz 4 Saloon- 1962

NSU Prinz 4 Saloon- 1962

While the NSU Prinz 1, 2, and 3 were inexpensive, economical cars, they were not considered stylish. NSU realized that if they sought to sell small cars in volume numbers they needed a car with a more appealing style.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • NSU Motorenwerke AG
NSU Prinz- 1959

NSU Prinz- 1959

The NSU trademark was first used in 1892. Motorcycle production began in 1901, and the first NSU-badged car was introduced at the Berlin Motor Show in 1907.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • NSU Motorenwerke AG
NSU Ro-80- 1970

NSU Ro-80- 1970

The Ro-80 is a truly advanced front-wheel drive saloon. It combined the first commercially developed twin-rotor Wankel engine with front-wheel drive and semi-automatic transmission, a spacious interior, and a low-drag body shape. 

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Audi NSU Auto Union AG
NSU Wankel-Spider- 1967

NSU Wankel-Spider- 1967

The Wankel-Spider was the world’s first rotary-engined production car. NSU had been experimenting with Wankel-patent rotary engines since the mid-1950s. 

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • NSU Motorenwerke AG
Otas 820 Grand Prix- 1971

Otas 820 Grand Prix- 1971

Otas offered two FIAT-based sports cars–most were based on a FIAT 500, 850 or 128. While this car was more costly than FIAT’s 850 coupé, it was far more exclusive.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Francis-Lombardi-Vercelli
Panhard Dyna Junior- 1954

Panhard Dyna Junior- 1954

This French manufacturer built its first motorcar in 1891. In the early days of the automobile, the company led the way in French car design and motor racing. By the 1930s, Panhard had become known for its medium sized and touring cars. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Sté Anonyme des Anciens Établissements, Panhard
Panhard Ghia-Aigle- 1954

Panhard Ghia-Aigle- 1954

This car is a one-off prototype built by Ghia-Aigle of Lugano, Switzerland for the 1954 Geneva Auto Show. The body is hand-formed aluminum and the chassis and drivetrain are identical to the Panhard Dyna Jr found nearby. 

  • Country of Origin: Switzerland
  • Ghia-Aigle
Panhard Levassor X74- 1933

Panhard Levassor X74- 1933

In 1891, Panhard & Levassor built a batch of four identical cars, followed by series after series of increasing numbers, which, chronologically, makes Panhard-Levassor the world’s first make of car in continuous production. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Panhard & Levassor
Panhard PL17 Saloon- 1961

Panhard PL17 Saloon- 1961

In 1891, Panhard built a batch of 4 identical cars, followed by series after series of increasing numbers. Although Benz and Daimler built cars earlier, they were isolated examples.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Sté Anonyme des Anciens Établissements, Panhard
PCD Saxon Race Car- 2002

PCD Saxon Race Car- 2002

In 2000, Martin Ogilvie designed a car for the British Hillclimb series. This series has one rule - engine size. Martin focused on making the car as light as possible (460 pounds) and took every aspect of this car to the edge.

  • Country of Origin: England
  • Martin Ogilvie, Prototype Car Designs
Peel P50- 1965

Peel P50- 1965

The main business of Peel Engineering Company, located on the Isle of Man, was making fiberglass molds for motorcycle fairings and boat hulls. In 1955, the company entered the car market. 

  • Country of Origin: Isle of Man
  • Peel Engineering Co.
Peel Trident- 1965

Peel Trident- 1965

Peel Engineering holds a unique place in automotive history for producing the world's smallest car (P-50) and the world's smallest 2-seater car (the Trident). The Peel Trident was an evolution of the P-50. It was made slightly larger to accommodate two modest-size adults. 

  • Country of Origin: Isle of Man
  • Peel Engineering Co.
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