What not to do to a Buick.
(unsure of the model, but I think this is a ‘58 Buick)
Fiat 600 (1956)
I’d never noticed how early models had their front indicators at the top of the headlights, I quite like that touch. In the last picture, in Multipla form, which actually managed to have 6 seats.
I still see some people running around traffic in 500/600 models today, almost as many as original Minis, and I find it delicious. In my mind they’re almost as practical as a bicycle anyway, so why not?
Mercedes-Benz 190SL (1959)
But that you already knew.
Juan Manuel Fangio
1954, Swiss Grand Prix. Fangio drives the Mercedes W196, which turns out to have been the first F1 car with direct injection.
Juan Manuel Fangio,
Racing at Goodwood with his monstruous BRM V16 P15, in 1953.
Fiat 1100 (1950)
Compact styling for you and all of your friends.
I give you… Jacky Ickx! (he was a Formula 1 driver, for those of you distracted).
In 1950, already making way for a life in the fast lane.
Alfa Romeo BAT concepts artwork (1953-1955)
Out of which three working prototypes were made, at the hands of Bertone.
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta (1959)
In Ferrari history, there is no bad 250. And there are a lot of 250. I mean a lot.
Alongside the California SWB, this Berlinetta GT is probably one of the most desireable Ferraris in history. Bizzarrini himself was one of the responsibles for this gorgeous iconic racer, and its price makes sure you don’t forget about all of this heritage.