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Alpine A110- 2018

The Alpine company was originally founded by Renault dealer and rally driver Jean Rédélé during the 1950s. The first Alpine A110 debuted in 1962 and became a successful race car, winning historic 1-2-3 finishes at the Monte Carlo Rally in 1971 and 1973. Unfortunately, public sales of the cars were slow and by 1973 Renault …

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Aurora- 1957

During the mid-1950s, Father Alfred Juliano set out to construct the safest car to ever be introduced in the United States. Juliano would call the car Aurora – a fully fiberglass bodied automobile with safety features decades ahead of their time. The car was slated to be launched in 1957, but an overambitious Juliano, a …

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GMT Rivelaine- 1982

Générale de Mécanique et de Thermique (GMT) produced the Rivelaine from 1980 until 1983. The company only produced the Rivelaine in this two-seat microcar body style, with small displacement engines and automatic transmissions.


Castarede Special- 1947

The Castarede Special is a one-of-a-kind three-wheeler constructed by Paul Castarede in post-WWII France. It utilizes a 1938 Gnome & Rhone motorcycle and the remains of an Amilcar. This beautiful creation was Castarede’s answer to his need for a vehicle during difficult times in France. The car remains in unrestored, original condition.


Autobianchi Bianchina Eden Roc

The Autobianchi Bianchina is one of the smallest cabriolets ever produced. These convertibles were built atop the Fiat 500 Nuevo chassis, and this second-generation Autobianchi Bianchina has stunning styling, adding to our rich Fiat 500 stories. The Autobianchi Bianchina was presented to the public on September 16, 1957 at the Museum of Science and Technology …

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Sir Vival- 1958

‘Sir Vival’ is one of America’s earliest safety cars. During a time when concern was growing over the safety of the automobile in America, numerous individuals began building concept vehicles that included safety features such as padded interiors, seat belts, and impact absorbing or deflecting bumpers. ‘Sir Vival’, constructed by Watler C. Jerome of Massachusetts, …

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