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Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

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Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

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1947 ARIEL VH RED HUNTER MOTORCYCLE A beautiful and desirable Ariel, powered by a 500-cc OHV engine. It is presented in very good cosmetic condition, with a red and chrome tank with black chassis and accents. A classically styled, high-performance British bike. This motorcycle has received a cursory mechanical check, ...

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1992 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster Mercedes-Benz turned the automotive world on its head when it unveiled the astonishing 300SL Coupe at the 1954 New York International Auto Show. A technological tour de force, the 300SL featured a race-derived tubular spaceframe chassis, independent suspension, and a 3-liter inline-six ...

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1948 Divco Model UM Milk Truck The Detroit Industrial Vehicle Company was born in the mid-1920s when engineer George Bacon, then working for the Detroit Electric Vehicle Company, came up with an idea for a milk truck that could be driven from multiple positions, allowing drivers to more quickly hop on/off the vehicle ...

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1939 LAGONDA LG6 RAPIDE DROPHEAD In 1935, Lagonda had its back against the wall. With all of the press and prestige that came with the M45’s surprise victory at the LeMans 24 hour race, not enough buyers were stepping up and the firm was facing receivership. Management had brought in 29 year old Alan P. Good, a financial ...

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1937 Cord 812 Phaeton The iconic Cord 810/812 started life as a “baby Duesenberg” envisioned by designer Gordon Buehrig to support E.L. Cord’s flagship brand into the late 1930s. But as the faltering economy led to Duesenberg’s untimely demise, E.L. Cord recycled the concept to revive his eponymous car company, ...

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1930 Duesenberg J Murphy Convertible Berline Within moments of the Duesenberg Model J’s debut at the New York Auto Show on December 1, 1928, the world’s business moguls, movie stars, and social elite lined up for their chance to own the glamorous new “supercar” from Indianapolis. At the heart of the Model J ...

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1920 Auto Red Bug The Auto Red Bug was one of several names given to this cheeky little buckboard runabout, first appearing as the electric-powered Red Bug in Lafayette, Indiana in 1916. The A.O. Smith Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin put it into series production as the Smith Flyer, later selling the rights to Briggs ...

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1969 Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider Among die-hard petrolheads, the mere mention of Alfa Romeo conjures images of mighty pre-war Grand Prix racers and sports cars battling for honors in the gritty, dangerous world of 1930s European road racing. Alfa Romeo, better than almost any other mainstream automaker, has injected its ...

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1933 Auburn 8-101A Cabriolet Rooted in wheelwright Charles Eckhart’s Auburn, Indiana-based carriage business, the Auburn Automobile Company was established by Eckhart’s sons in 1900 with a $2,500 capital stock float and a single-cylinder car they sold for a then-astounding $800. While sales and production were limited ...

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1912 Stanley Special Roadster As a young man, Raymond Stanley was undoubtedly the envy of his classmates; his father and uncle owned an automobile company and could build cars to order. The Stanley twins, F.E. and F.O., were America’s premier manufacturers of steam cars; their cars became the standard to which all ...

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1958 Facel Vega FVS Series 4 Sport Coupe Established in 1939 as a subsidiary of French military aircraft manufacturer Bronzavia, FACEL (Forges et Ateliers de Constructions d’Eure-et-Loir) entered a new and dynamic postwar era under the leadership of Jean Daninos. Appointed head of FACEL in 1945 and possessing considerable ...

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1953 Morgan Plus 4 Drophead Coupe Morgan Motor Co Ltd, of Malvern Link, Worcestershire, began its fascinating journey in 1910 when Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan built his first three-wheeled runabout, powered by a two-cylinder Peugeot engine. He entered production with a series of 3-wheeled cyclecars that proved their ...

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1953 BMW R51 MOTORCYLE The R51/3 was BMW’s first true post-war motorcycle design, following the prewar-derived R51/2. The R51/3 is an iconic motorbike, with its 500-cc “boxer” twin set low in the frame and beautifully elegant styling. Renowned then as now for its exceptional refinement and comfort, the R51/3 features ...

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1919 Pierce Arrow Model 31 The earliest known owner of this Pierce-Arrow Model 31 four-passenger roadster was Joe W. Buttress of South Pasadena, California, for whom a 1930 registration is included in the file. According to an affidavit on file, the car was then partially dismantled and put in storage with George Metcalf ...

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1959 AUSTIN HEALEY 100-6 A rare and desirable 2-seater Big Healey roadster, presented in its original color scheme of red with black side panels. Retains its numbers-matching engine, and is equipped with original options including overdrive, wire wheels and a heater. Includes side curtains, partial tool kit, service manuals, ...

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1949 Packard Club Sedan Introduced September 8, 1947, Packard’s new Twenty-Second Series models were the luxury carmaker’s first new postwar models and succeeded the highly successful Clipper that debuted in 1941. Since Packard did not limit itself to annual model-year changeovers, unlike its much larger Detroit ...

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1961 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside Pickup The time between the late 1950s and early 1960s was a brief yet bright period of unbridled creativity at General Motors. As the fins and chrome era drew to an end, designers sought new ways to harness rapidly evolving technology. GM divisions had considerable autonomy, and internal ...

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1950 PACKARD EIGHT STATION SEDAN In the early 1950s, station wagons enjoyed a dramatic uptick in popularity with American buyers, especially as people moved from cities and out into the suburbs. The success of the Chrysler Town & Country had shifted the wood bodied car upmarket, and soon after the war, virtually every ...

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1947 Allard K1 Roadster Long before Carroll Shelby first conceived his Cobra and its no-nonsense combination of American V-8 power with a lightweight British body and chassis by AC, London Ford dealer Sydney Allard pioneered the concept as the fastest path to racing victory. Crude but ferocious prewar trials machines ...

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1939 Studebaker K15M Truck Designed and built for hard work and reliable, economical service, Studebaker’s commercial vehicles of the late 1930s were quite likely the most attractively styled vehicles of their kind, thanks to famed industrial designer Raymond Loewy. Hired as the head of Studebaker’s design department ...

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1946 DELAHAYE 135M DROPHEAD COUPE BY WORBLAUFEN From its foundation in 1894, Delahaye quickly rose to prominence in the French motor industry. Their reputation for quality and performance resulted from their exploits at Le Mans and elsewhere across Europe in the highly competitive world of Grand Prix racing. In 1935, ...

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1961 Land Rover Series IIa Hardtop Launched at the 1948 Amsterdam Motor Show, the soon-to-be legendary Land Rover was Britain’s homegrown alternative to the hordes of surplus American-built military Jeeps remaining after WW II. Offering the ability to pull farm implements, in addition to providing surefooted on- and ...

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1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Coupe Introduced in 1990, the Corvette ZR-1 represented the most sophisticated, highly developed variant of the successful C4 platform. General Motors had recently acquired Group Lotus, which included their sports car business, the highly respected Lotus Engineering section, and the legendary ...

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1947 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER CONVERTIBLE Before the 1942 moratorium on civilian car production, Chrysler Corporation already had substantial involvement in the war effort. Chrysler-powered machines served in harsh environments worldwide, and their achievements were not lost on the buying public after the war. But in the early ...

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1957 BILL FRICK SPECIAL GT COUPE To anyone involved in the burgeoning American sports car scene in the 1950s, Bill Frick is a legendary character. As early as the 1930s, Frick was stuffing big engines into small cars, and gearheads soon came to know him as “the king of engine swaps.” Customers soon came knocking to ...

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1913 Pierce Arrow Model 66 As one of the Brass Era’s grandest, most potent automobiles, Pierce-Arrow’s mighty Model 66 sits in elite company. Named for the headline-grabbing power output of its immense T-head inline six-cylinder engine, the Model 66 first debuted in 1910 and was produced in limited numbers through ...

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1922 STUDEBAKER SPECIAL SIX TOURING The Studebaker family had been wagon builders since the 1700's, establishing a reputation for quality products that was unmatched. The company was among the first to establish a network of dealerships and agents throughout the United States, building on name-recognition based largely ...

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1928 AUBURN 8-115 SPEEDSTER By the late 1920s, E.L. Cord’s dynamic leadership was becoming apparent at the Auburn Automobile Company. He boldly saved the company’s fortunes by transforming the previously dowdy product line into a range of stylish, desirable 8-cylinder cars packing performance and value. With the finances ...

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1969 MG C GT Following decades of remarkable success on both the racetrack and sales floor with its quick and nimble, primarily four-cylinder sports cars, Britain’s MG returned to six-cylinder power in 1964. The “large engine MGB” project, internally coded ‘ADO52’, culminated in the 1967 release of the MGB-derived ...

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1905 FN MOTORCYCLE Belgian firm Fabrique National d’Herstal was originally an arms manufacturer, who – much like their British counterparts BSA – turned to bicycles, and later motorcycle production. At the Paris Cycle Show of 1905, FN stunned onlookers with the introduction of the world’s first four-cylinder motorcycle. ...

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1994 Ferrari 348 Spider When the 348 debuted in 1990, it arrived at a critical moment for Ferrari. Since the success of the 308, mid-engine, V8-powered sports cars were the company’s bread-and-butter, and 348 was the first all-new such model in nearly 20 years. While the outgoing 328 was still much loved and capable, ...

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1987 FERRARI 412 COUPE The sales success of the 250 GT/E proved to Ferrari that offering four-seat Gran Turismo was critical to the company’s long-term viability. The GT/E was Ferrari’s best-selling production car of the period, and the model’s success ensured a luxurious 2+2 was always in their lineup. In the early ...

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The Peerless Company of Cleveland, Ohio was, for a brief period, one of America’s most exclusive automobile companies. Along with Packard and Pierce-Arrow, the trio of car makers known as “The Three Ps,” was equally revered for their quality, refinement, and engineering excellence. The route Peerless took to automobile ...

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1933 CHRYSLER CO SIX VICTORIA CONVERTIBLE At the height of the Great Depression, Chrysler relied on its range of entry-level cars to keep the company afloat. In 1933, sales of the flagship Imperial barely topped 150 units, compared to more than 17,000 of the six-cylinder CO series. Prices ranged from $750-$950, which ...

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1912 AMERICAN UNDERSLUNG SCOUT ROADSTER The American Automobile Company of Indianapolis, Indiana, was founded in 1906, and in their brief eight-year history, produced a variety of cars, although none are more highly regarded or memorable as their revolutionary Underslung models. The innovative chassis design of the Underslung ...

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1956 JAGUAR XK140 MC DROPHEAD When the XK120 was introduced in 1949, it set new performance and style standards at a surprisingly affordable price point. The follow-up to the 120 arrived in 1954, dubbed the XK140, and offered numerous improvements to address the shortcomings of the early models. With the 140, Jaguar endowed ...

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1912 Buick Model 43 Touring Buick’s largest and most expensive offering from 1912, powered by a 318 cubic-inch, “valve in head” inline-four rated for 48 horsepower. This is one of approximately 15 known survivors, sporting a lovely, well-maintained older restoration, and pleasingly detailed with period-correct ...

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1947 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible With the end of World War II, American automakers scrambled to return to normal production after halting their automobile lines in 1942. Since the war had also stopped the development of new models, most companies raced to rehash pre-war designs for the new post-war era. While that ...

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1953 Jaguar XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe With its sleek, beautifully flowing bodylines and powerful new DOHC ‘XK’ engine, Jaguar’s XK 120 revolutionized sporting cars at one stroke when it debuted at the September 1948 London Motor Show. Masterfully styled by Jaguar founder William (later Sir William) Lyons, the new ...

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1929 PACKARD 640 ROADSTER The Sixth Series exemplifies Packard’s impeccable reputation, with smooth, refined 8-cylinder engines across the range and exquisite coachwork that immediately identified Packard owners as possessing the finest available in performance, luxury and style. It was August 1928 when Packard introduced ...

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1956 JAGUAR XK140 DROPHEAD COUPE The Jaguar XK140 was introduced in September 1954 for the 1955 model year, building on the positive attributes of the XK120, but with notable improvements. Rack and pinion steering, a more spacious cabin, full-width front, and rear bumpers, improved braking, telescopic shock absorbers, ...

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1975 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM VI LIMOUSINE Since the end of Silver Ghost production in the late 1920s, the Phantom name has been the reserve of Roll-Royce’s largest, most opulent flagship models. The first post-war Phantom was the highly exclusive Phantom IV, of which Rolls-Royce built just 18 for Royalty and heads of state. ...

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1931 Hudson Greater Eight Boattail Speedster Advertised as the “Hudson Greater Eight,” the 1931 Hudsons were offered on the short Series T and long-wheelbase Series U chassis with a wide array of 17 available body styles. Continuing with power supplied by the eight-cylinder engine debuted the previous year, Hudson ...

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1951 BENTLEY CRESTA As Europe resumed business in the wake of World War II, France was understandably reluctant to trade with its former enemies. This fact was none-more true than in the traditionally proud French motor industry, who shut out any vehicles of German or Italian origin from the prestigious Paris Salon in ...

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1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster When Jaguar’s brilliant E-Type, alternatively known as the XKE in North America, made its dramatic debut at Geneva in March 1961, few onlookers foresaw that it would evolve and keep pace with rapidly changing buyer demands and tightening governmental regulations through 1974. By 1972, the ...

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1985 FERRARI 400I CONVERTIBLE BY STRAMAN To the casual enthusiast, the name Ferrari conjures images of high-strung exotic sports cars carving up Alpine passes or cruising the streets of dramatic locales like Monaco and Beverly Hills. Yet since the early 1960s, the famous Maranello firm has offered a luxurious, understated ...

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1964 JAGUAR XKE COUPE In a case of history repeating itself, the 1961 Geneva Motor Show was the site of yet another sensation unveiling by Jaguar. Like it had with the XK120 at the 1948 Earls Court show, Jaguar shocked the motoring world by introducing its latest sports car, the E-Type. Drawing heavily from their multiple ...

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1963 Ford Thunderbird A charming and well-presented example of Ford’s iconic Thunderbird. Fabulous Jet-Age inspired styling, attractively finished in Tucson Yellow with black upholstery. Equipped with the 390 Thunderbird V8, automatic transmission, pushbutton radio, power top, and more. Smartly presented with a well ...

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1965 Ford Thunderbird Coupe Ford’s smartly styled 2-door ‘Personal Luxury’ coupe, offered here in superb condition inside and out. Finished in Wimbledon White accented with a fashionable black vinyl roof and signature landau bar motif trim. High-quality restoration with crisp and well-defined lines, excellent ...

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1960 JAGUAR MKII 3.8 LITRE SALOON In 1959, Jaguar substantially updated its successful mid-sized 2.4/3.4-litre sports saloons, renaming the line with the simple moniker: “Mark II.” The unmistakable rounded styling got a slight facelift, resulting in a larger greenhouse and more delicate, chrome-trimmed window frames ...

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