1937 Yellowstone Park Tour Bus

Sports cars get all the attention. With their sleek shapes, powerful motors, and handling prowess, the other four-wheeled denizens of the vintage automotive world often get overlooked. Vehicles made to work rarely get any praise. Even though it isn't going to get any accolades for performance or racing pedigree, this 1937 Yellowstone Park tour bus is hard to miss. Huge, yellow, and able to haul all your friends and extended family to destinations unknown, it's slightly more practical than your usual upscale car auction fodder — and has a history of showing people the grandeur of Yellowstone that's as important as any automobile.

  • 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing

    It was the supercar of its day. A road-going version of the legendary Mercedes 300 SL race car, it was the brainchild of American Mercedes importer Max Hoffman. Max's idea of a race car for the street was an overnight success, and he sold over 1,000 of the 1,400 cars made from 1954 to 1957. A powerful 240 hp inline-six, independent suspension, 166 MPH top speed, timeless bodywork, and the famous gullwing doors all made the 300 SL an instant classic. This sought-after late production example is presented it's original black-on-red color scheme, and has never left its home state of Pennsylvania since new.

  • 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900 M AR 51 Matta

    Get all those images of sleek red coupes, sedans, and roadsters out of your head — this an Alfa Romeo like you've never seen. Aside from the obvious lack of rosso, this 1952 1900 M AR 51 was built for the opposite purpose of Alfa's road cars. Designed as the Jeep equivalent for the Italian army, the truck performed admirably for two decades before the fleet was phased out in the 70s. It performed so well that it earned the nickname "matta", a variation on the Italian word for crazy, to describe its off-road capabilities. The 1900 M AR 51 isn't just a very unusual Alfa Romeo, it's a rare piece of Italian military history not often seen in the United States.

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