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Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

2310 Chaffee Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 63146

63146

Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

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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 ...

24 Sep 2022
United States of America

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 ...

22 Sep 2022
United States of America

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 ...

22 Sep 2022
United States of America

1976 CHEVROLET CORVETTE In 1968, Chevrolet unveiled their much-anticipated, thoroughly redesigned third-generation Corvette. Known internally as the “C3,” the new Corvette Stingray shared much of the outgoing second-generation C2 chassis and engine range but with striking new bodywork to launch it into the 1970s. ...

21 Sep 2022
United States of America

1949 Bentley MKVI Park Ward DHC The years immediately following WW II in Europe were marked by great change, socially and economically, and Rolls-Royce was no exception, with the company transferring its motor car division from its traditional home in Derby to its wartime “shadow factory” at Crewe. The Mark VI debuted ...

20 Sep 2022
United States of America

1955 Porsche 356 Speedster Inspired by the rare Gläser-bodied 356 America roadster, Porsche’s 356 Speedster was spurred into existence by the influential New York automobile importer Max Hoffman, who perceived that sufficient demand existed for a less expensive, no-frills open Porsche model. Stuttgart’s Reutter ...

20 Sep 2022
United States of America

1949 Bentley MKVI Park Ward DHC A handsome, beautifully restored Bentley Mk VI fitted with attractive drophead coupe coachwork by Park Ward. This rare left-drive example features such niceties as twin encased side-mount spares, electric door window lifts, a factory radio, original owner’s manual and a full complement ...

20 Sep 2022
United States of America

1965 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER CLOUD III SALOON Introduced in 1955, the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud and Bentley S1 succeeded the Silver Dawn and R-Type respectively. The six-cylinder Silver Cloud gave way to the Silver Cloud II and S2 that debuted in 1959 as the first Rolls-Royce motorcars equipped with V-8 power. Toward the end ...

20 Sep 2022
United States of America

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. ...

19 Sep 2022
United States of America

1951 Nash Healey Roadster Often considered to be America’s first post-World War II sports car, the Nash-Healey was said to result from a chance meeting between Donald Healey and Nash-Kelvinator CEO George W. Mason. The backdrop for this was, poetically, a transatlantic voyage aboard the RMS Queen Elizabeth. What better ...

18 Sep 2022
United States of America

1936 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet After years of market dominance, Chevrolet forced Ford off the top of the sales charts as the Model T’s tenure ended. The Model A returned Ford to the top spot – if only temporarily – as the automobile market changed dramatically since the early days of the Tin Lizzie, and Ford had to ...

17 Sep 2022
United States of America

1936 International C1 Canopy Express International is a long-respected name in the world of medium and heavy-duty trucks. In the early 1930s, the Great Depression had taken a significant toll on their core business, and they needed a new vehicle to boost their sales. A solution was found in the emerging light commercial ...

16 Sep 2022
United States of America

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 ...

16 Sep 2022
United States of America

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 ...

16 Sep 2022
United States of America