Here is an interesting car that showed up on our radar today, a 1952 Simca 8 Sport convertible. For those of you have never heard of Simca, it’s basically a French Fiat that started life in the 1930’s and lasted until the early 1960’s. At one time, in the post war era, Simca was the … Continue reading French and Italian, what else could you ask for? A 1952 Simca 8 Sport Project
For the photo of the day this week, we thought we would have a little fun. This particular photo is pretty crazy, showing what looks to be an early Mk1 Mini Cooper in flight. We didn't really know that Mini Coopers could fly, but here's the proof! The photo was taken at the annual stock car … Continue reading Photo of the week: Its a bird, its a plane, no wait, its a Mini?!
Originality gets huge points with us here on Driven, and Packard's also have a special place in our hearts. Since we already posted about a wonderful Packard for sale this week, we figured why not just stick with the theme? This particular car is a custom Brunn bodied Twin Six Packard that is in completely … Continue reading Sweaty and just downright amazing: All original custom bodied 1922 Packard Twin Six
If you have never driven a Super 8 Packard, than this is your chance. The 1930 model year for Packard was one of, if not, the best year. In 1930 Packard had an amazing lineup with the 740, 745 and the 734 Speedsters gracing their showrooms. The super eight cars, so the 740 (140 inch … Continue reading Ask the Man Who Owns One: Fresh estate find 1930 Packard 740 Phaeton
From time to time cars are found hidden away in barns or garages where they have been forgotten for years or even decades. But, very seldom are significant cars found anymore that are truly historically significant that have been hidden away from the world in a barn located in some of the most farfetched places. … Continue reading The Story of Porsche 911 #113