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Cadillac Cyclone XP-74 (1959)

1959 Cadillac Cyclone Concept RA Coffee and a Concept 1959 Cadillac Cyclone

Cadillac Cyclone

Ed Welburn Drives the Cadillac Cyclone ⋆ Auto News US

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This three wheeled #motorcycle has been used for the past 20+...

This three wheeled #motorcycle has been used for the past 20+... (Garage Project Motorcycles)

Transistor Radios!

Transistor Radios - listening to Radio Luxembourg and Radio Caroline under the bedclothes.

9 amazing Ford GT40 cutaways - Motorsport Retro

Nine cool cutaways showcase the complexity and timeless charm of the legendary The Ford continues to be remembered as one of the all time greatest racing cars, remembered by many in particular for it’s .

1932 Auburn Speedster-(Auburn Automobile Company Auburn, Indiana 1900-1936).

1932 Auburn Speedster - (Auburn Automobile Company Auburn, Indiana Upped by Tburg


A few times each year, car companies predict the future. At auto shows worldwide, concept cars wow audiences with radical styling and tech that would make.

U.S.A./ITALY 1956 Type "Palm-Beach", 2 pass. Hardtop Coupe. 6-cyl. o.h.v. engine in line.  Bore and stroke 79 X 108 mm. Cubic capacity 3,205 c.c. Max. b.h.p. 122 at 4,200 r.p.m. 3 speeds. Max. speed 93 m.p.h.  From an old book that I had from the mid-1960s about cars. by David Hume.

Bore and stroke 79 X 108 mm. Cubic capacity c. 122 at r. speed 93 m. by David Hume.


L'étrange bus Currus Citroën U55 Cityrama

Futuristic tourist buses in Paris in the The chassis was the Citroen the genius was by Currus, the oldest coachbuilding company in France, founded in Paris in

From Deco to Atom

The 1960 Plymouth XNR concept car borrowed a cue from Jaguar race cars and put a tailfin behind the driver. A hard tonneau covers the passenger seat.


Naro and CLEVER are the city car Concepts developed by British company Prodrive and European consortium, on initiative of the Technical University in Berlin.

"Dream Cars" Exhibition @ High Museum of Art Atlanta

"Dream Cars" Exhibition @ High Museum of Art Atlanta

Norman Timbs Special, 1947 - designed by Norman Timbs. Courtesy of Gary and Diane Cerveny. Norman Timbs created the Timbs Special for his own use. The car was featured on the October 1949 cover of Motor Trend magazine. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)