One of only 10 supercharged Stutz cars ever built, the car was first purchased by William Snyder on his 16th birthday on Feb. 3, 1947. Needing cash for his fledgling company, Snyder sold the car in 1964 and repurchased it in 2004. This car is one of only three known to survive. Submitted photo
The advertised time for 0-60 for this model was 7.3 seconds with a top speed of 124 mph.
This is one of ten pre-production chassis. The wheelbase was shortened by 16 inches. The 260 ci motor was enlarged to 302 ci. In 1964 it was shown as part of a Ford travelling show. This car will be shown as part of the Mustang 50th Anniversary celebration in the Concours d’Elegance on Sunday, November 2, 2014.
This car is one of a handful of the body style built by Rollston, designed by Rudy Creteur. Of the perhaps 20 Rollston bodies built in 1931, the convertible Victoria was the star, keeping the company in business as the Town Car market had dried up. Submitted photo
This is one of only 400 Blue Corvettes built in 1954 and is equipped with both soft and removable hard tops. It has been restored to exact original specs. Submitted photo