Sports Car One: The first Nash-Healey restored, heads to auction
Nash Healey Roadster (1950) It was “America’s first post-war sportscar”, with an British idea, Italian legendary Pinin Farina design and Caddilac V8 engine. Competed neck and neck with Mercedes 300 SL in Le Mans 1950-53.
Peel microcars were built in Peel, Isle of Man in the 1960's by Peel Engineering. Two main models were produced in limited numbers: the two passenger Trident and one passenger P50. At just 54 inches in length, the P50 remains the world’s smallest production car