This car is one of the three surviving 92 prototypes built by Saab.
A period report reveals a majority of show-goers weren’t sold on the idea of an entry-level model from Citroen.
The German forces’ repeated visits represent one of the reasons why the Type 2CV A was completely (and secretly) redesigned during the war.
The historically significant two-wheeler could fetch 300,000 euros.
The Tatra 87 was the first series-produced car whose silhouette was fine-tuned in a wind tunnel.
The Cucciolo stands out as Ducati’s first attempt at marketing a motorized two-wheeler.
The mid-engined Type 356 remained a one-off model, but it had a tremendous influence on the series-produced 356.