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L-29

L-29

The Cord marque was founded by Errett Lobban Cord. Its six-window L-29 saloon was produced from 1929 to 1933. Much of the fascination and interest it aroused stemmed from the proportions of its bodywork: the bonnet accounted for nearly half the lenght of the entire...
Jeep

Jeep

Almost 278,000 jeeps were produced by both Ford and Willys Overland as G.P. (general pur pose) vehicles (hence the nickname) for the American and Allied armies during World War II. Many, indeed, were the purposes to which this tough and tireless performer was...
508 (Balilla)

508 (Balilla)

Presented in 1932 and soon nicknamed the Balilla after the lad who sparked off the insurrection that drove the Austrians from Genoa in 1796, the 508 was Italy’s favorite runabout: modern with its hydraulic brakes, yet powered by a simple, less than one litre,...
Augusta

Augusta

The Augusta was a light model whose runabout exterior belied its up-market specifications: four-door saloon bodywork with bearing structure (the first in the world), free-wheel device, extensive use of Silentbloc bearings, hydraulic braking system, one of the first of...
Monaco Nardi Chichibio

Monaco Nardi Chichibio

It bears the name of Augusto Monaco’s dog. Together with Enrico Nardi, Massimo Lancia and Giulio Aymini, Augusto Monaco designed and built a tiny and extremely light single-seater. But the performance is not that of a “toy car”: more than 180 km/h registered on the...