Between 1951 and 1958, 84 Spanish sports cars were built in the former factory of another Spanish legend — Hispano-Suiza. Called Pegaso after the mythical winged horse, these cars have attained a status nearly as legendary. Conceived as a direct competitor to Ferrari, the Pegaso was at one time the fastest production car in the world with a top speed of 150 MPH. Each Pegaso has unique coachwork specific to every chassis, and this example is the most desirable body design by Saoutchik of Paris. Restored to a Concours-winning level, this Pegaso placed 2nd at Pebble Beach.