1915 Princess

The Princess was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Princess Motor Car Company from 1914 until 1918.  It’s powered by a four-cylinder, 12hp engine. The original Little Princess…

1928 Bentley 4 1/2-Litre

Immediately from its conception in 1927, the Bentley – with a 4.5 litre engine – was racing in a variety of events, winning the 1927 and 1928 Le Mans and…

1926 REO Speedwagon Bus

Ransom Eli Olds is one of the founding fathers of the American automobile industry. His Curved Dash Oldsmobile was America’s first mass-produced low-priced automobile and the first to be produced…

1919 Pierce-Arrow

In 1919, few cars could touch the Pierce-Arrow Model 66 for its sheer power and road presence. For years, Pierce-Arrow were fervent supporters of the inline six-cylinder engine. They felt…

1925 Renault

French automaker Renault, formed in 1898, was always a few steps ahead of its competitors. It was one of the first marques to begin racing, and its early prestige enabled…

1924 Delage

One of just six GL chassis known to exist today, this ‘Grand Luxe’ Delage was fitted with a Labourdette Skiff body from new.  Constructed from wood with techniques normally used…

1924 Marmon

Marmon can easily be counted among the great American marques alongside Stutz, Mercer and Duesenberg. Founded by Howard C. Marmon in 1902, the company was built on a reputation for…

1917 Haynes

Elwood Haynes had his start in the automobile business in 1893 when he purchased a Sintz marine engine, which he intended to install in a horse buggy. Lacking the necessary…

1921 Chevrolet

After establishing General Motors in 1908 and then losing control of the company in 1910, Billy Durant started a new company in 1912 called Chevrolet.  He wanted to build a…

1917 Haynes

Elwood Haynes had his start in the automobile business in 1893 when he purchased a Sintz marine engine, which he intended to install in a horse buggy. Lacking the necessary…