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Cars

Please note that the cars or exhibit items shown in this database are part of our collection but may not be on display when you visit.

Austin Twini Mini (Replica)- 1965

The Twini Mini was an idea that was never fully developed. In 1962, British Motor Corporation built a Mini Moke with 2 engines to help its off-road capabilities. It...

Austin-Healey Sprite- 1960

Known affectionately as the “Bugeye” in the US and “Frog-Eye” in the UK, the Mark I Austin-Healey Sprite was an entry level British sports car introduced in 1958. Designers...

Austin-Healey Sprite- 1967

The Austin-Healey Sprite was the entry level British sports car in the 1960s. The Mark IV represents the final development of the Sprite line. This model was a true...

Auto Red Bug with Aerothrust Engine- 1924

In 1916, the A.O. Smith Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, introduced an inexpensive buckboard-style cycle car called the Flyer. Driven by a fifth wheel, known as the Smith Motor Wheel,...

Auto Union 1000 SP-1962

The name DKW comes from “Dampf-Kraft-Wagen” which translates to “steam-powered vehicle.” It carries this name because of the first vehicle its Danish designer, J.S. Rasmussen, built, was a light...

Auto Union 1000- 1958

The name DKW comes from “Dampf‐Kraft‐Wagen” which translates to “steam powered vehicle.” It carries this name because the first vehicle its Danish designer, J.S. Rasmussen built was a light...

Auto Union 1000- 1961

The name DKW comes from “Dampf-Kraft-Wagen” which translates to “steam powered vehicle.” It carries this name because the first vehicle its Danish designer, J.S. Rasmussen built was a light...

Auto Union Monza- 1959

The Monza seen here is one of a handful of survivors, out of an unknown total production numbering fewer than 240. Being such a low-volume car, it is what...

Auto Union Munga- 1958

After WWII, the German government sponsored a competition between Borgward, Porsche, and DKW to find a suitable military replacement for the Land Rovers they had used before the war....

Autobianchi Bianchina ‘Eden Roc’- 1962

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,...

Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica Wagon- 1970

The principal derivative of the Fiat Nuevo 500 was the Autobianchi Bianchina. A chic, upmarket product conceived in parallel with the Fiat 500, the Autobianchi firm was part-owned (and...

Autonacional Biscuter-100-1956

The Biscuter, or ‘Zapatilla’ (little shoe) as it was known in Spain, was actually built to the design of the French engineer Gabriel Voisin. ‘Biscooter’, the French name, was...

Autozam AZ-1- 1993

During Japan’s “Bubble Economy” (1986-1991), the nation’s car manufacturers enjoyed a bit of freedom in their car designs. Cars designed for smaller and smaller niche markets were financially feasible...

B.S.A. TW33-9 Special Sports- 1933

Birmingham Small Arms was started in 1861. Its main products were machine guns, shotguns, and rifles. In 1880 B.S.A. also started to build bicycles. B.S.A.’s first cars were produced...

BAG Spatz- 1957

The original design of the Spatz was penned by German automaker Egon Brütsch. He was one of the world’s most prolific microcar engineers and designed eleven different car models...

Bamby- 1984

A modern version of the Peel P50, Bamby microcars were built in Hull, England by Alan Evans. Initial marketing targeted the sale of this modern microcar to young drivers...

Banham X99-1993

Banham Conversions was a maker of kit cars. The company was started by Paul Banham who began his business by making conversions of existing cars. By the late 1990s,...

Belhved Training Car- 1940

This car is a mystery to us. Lane Motor Museum purchased it from a seller in England. We were purchasing the 1924 Citroën 5CV which is located in the...

Berger Rocket Powered Car-1948

Hans Berger was a gifted engineer who built small helicopters and various mechanical devices.  In 1948 he built the rocket-powered car you see here.  Hans Berger also built the...

Berkeley Sports SE328- 1958

Berkeley was Britain’s leading caravan maker in the 1950s. In 1956, Lawrie Bond approached Charles Panter of Berkeley Caravans with his new design. It was an ideal project for...

Berkeley T-60-1962

In the 1950s to 1960s, three wheel cars were very popular in Great Britain. For drivers with a motorcycle license, these cars did not require a separate car license....

Bertone X1/9- 1987

The Bertone X1/9 is a two-seater sports car designed by Bertone and built by Fiat. Intended to be the first affordable mid-engined sports car, the X1/9 is notable for...

BMW 320- 1938

A short-lived classic! The BMW 320 was built for just one year. First presented in July 1937, the 320 showed a close resemblance to the transitional 329. The 320...

BMW 3200S- 1963

The 500-series cars may not have been BMW’s most glamorous products, but these big and sturdy middle-class machines were the mainstays of the company’s car division from 1951 up...

BMW 600 Saloon- 1958

In 1957, BMW brought out a 4-seater development of the Isetta. The 600 (named for its engine size), has two doors: the swing-up front door as on the Isetta,...

BMW 700 Sports Coupe- 1960

  The little-known and rarely seen BMW 700 Coupé is arguably one of the most important models in BMW’s post-war history. The first of the series and highest-selling variant...

BMW Bavaria 3.0S- 1973

BMW’s Bavaria model was a US-only model, derived from Europe’s 2500/2800/3000/3300 series of sedans. Known as the E3 among aficionados, it shared everything under the skin with the E9...

BMW Dixi- 1930

One of Germany’s well-known car makers, BMW began building engines for airplanes. Forbidden to continue making airplane engines after WWI, BMW turned to engines for motorcycles and heavy trucks....