1937 Talbot-Lago T150-C SS Coupe

With swooping lines, teardrop fenders, and a distinctive rounded angled door, the 1937 Talbot-Lago T150-C SS Coupe is a masterclass in Art Deco-era automotive design. This particular example spent the majority of its time in Switzerland and underwent a full Concours-level restoration in 2002. As a result, the Figoni et Falaschi-produced bodywork is in fantastic condition, with a two-tone paint scheme that only serves to highlight its spectacular shape further.

  • 1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal

    With a sleek body from Marcello Gandini at Bertone and a powerful, high-revving 2.6L dry-sump V8 engine, this 1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal is a surprisingly affordable piece of classic Italian automotive design. This particular car was delivered new to France and imported to the UK in 1989, and has under 45,000 km on its odometer. Well maintained over the years by previous owners — including one former mechanic — it comes with an extensive history file that makes it a solid candidate for restoration.

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

    One of only 368 automatic hardtop Hemi Cudas built that year, this 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda is a remarkable piece of muscle car lore. Its 426 Hemi warranty replacement block produces 425 hp, linked to the rear wheels via a model-correct 727 TorqueFlite transmission and Sure Grip differential. Its bold B5 Blue Metallic paint job is enhanced by black side stripes, color-matching front bumper and racing mirrors, and 15-inch steel wheels finished in the same color and wrapped in period-correct Goodyear Polyglas tires. In total, it's a show-ready example, with a blue interior that's as bold and well-kept as the exterior, making it even more pleasurable to drive.

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