1952 Abarth 1500 Biposto BAT 1 The first of Bertone's series of Berlina Aerodinamica Technica ('BAT') cars of the early 1950s, this remarkable car was designed by Franco Scaglione, Nuccio Bertone and Carlo Abarth for the 1952 Turin Motor Show. The car ended up in the Packard styling studio in the USA, where it was used as a design study before being presented to Fortune magazine editor Richard Austin Smith, who kept it until his death.
1912 Kissel Kar Model 4-40 Semi-Racer (Gentleman's Speedster) - Kissels were made in Hartford, Wisconsin from 1906-1930. The Kissel family started out making engines and farm equipment. In 1906 they created the Kissel Motor Co. and their cars were known for their durability & craftsmanship. In 1918 the company dropped the “Kar” from its name due to anti-German sentiment in America during WW1. The make became a victim of the Great Depression after producing 35,000 automobiles.