Mercedes-Benz 560SEC

Mercedes-Benz 560SEC

With a thunderous 5.5 litre V8, the 560SEC was one of the last over-engineered, German luxo-tanks that was built before the fateful Chrysler-Mercedes merger of the late 90s. It had many technological features that were way ahead of its time such as self-leveling hydro...
The Volvo P1800

The Volvo P1800

The Volvo P1800 was produced as a coupe from 1961-1973, and as a shooting brake from 1972-1973. Its main claim to fame was its role in The Saint, a 60s TV show starring Roger Moore. The Volvo P1800 has the record for “highest mileage private vehicle driven by the...
The BMW 507

The BMW 507

The BMW 507 was produced between 1956 and 1959, intended to bridge the gap between more expensive convertibles such as the Mercedes Benz 300sl, and the cheaper, underpowered convertibles made by MG and Triumph. A version was sold with a hand made removable hard top,...
Maserati 3500GT

Maserati 3500GT

Produced from 1957-1964, the Maserati 3500GT was Maserati’s first successful attempt to mass produce a GT car. It used the same aluminum block inline 6 engine that was present in Maserati’s 300S race car, however enlarged from 3 liters to 3.5. This car established...
Porsche Carrera GT

Porsche Carrera GT

The Porsche Carrera GT concept was introduced in 2000 at the Paris motor show. It featured a 5.5 litre V10 developed from scratch for a Lemans prototype project that was later canceled. However, the production model came with a 5.7 litre V10 with 612 horsepower, up...
The BMW 3.0CS

The BMW 3.0CS

The BMW 3.0CS, a grand tourer with near perfect proportions, was manufactured from the mid ‘60s to the mid ‘70s. Only weighing in at 3100 pounds, and with a 3 liter straight 6 putting out around 200hp meant a top speed of 130mph and a 0-60 time of 9 seconds, which was...