18 of the Worlds Rarest and Most Unique Automobiles
Worlds rarest cars on video as seen at the Allure of the Automobile exhibition which was going on at Atlanta's High Museum of Art and I checked out some of the rarest cars in the world. Among them are the 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow, 1934 Packard Twelve Runabout Speedster, formerly owned by Clark Gable, 1935 Duesenberg JN Roadster, formerly owned by Clark Gable, 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Roadster, 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante Coupe, 1937 Delage D8-120S Surbaisse, formerly owned by Louis Delage, 1937 Hispano-Suiza H-6C "Xenia" Coupe, 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C2900B Touring Berlinetta, 1938/39 Porsche Type 64 Coupe replica, 1953 Porsche 550 Le Mans/La Carrera Panamerica Coupe, 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SLR W 196-S, 1957 Jaguar XKSS Roadster formerly owned by Steve McQueen, 1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, 1961 Ferrari 250 Short-Wheelbase Berlinetta, SEFAC Hot Rod, 1948 Tucker Model 48 Torpedo, 1954 Dodge Firearrow III Concept Coupe, 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham, 1959 Chevrolet Corvette Bill Mitchell Stingray Prototype
1937 Bugatti Atalante 57S discovered in lock up
Although collectors worldwide knew the whereabouts of this car, the owner,
reclusive Dr Harold Carr, refused to listen to offers for it, instead in
1960 he locked it away in his garage never to be seen again for almost 50
!!WOW!! Gillet Vertigo 5 VERY RARE CAR !!!
In UK, there is Aston Martin,
In Germany, there is Porsche,
In Italy, there is Ferrari,
In France there is Bugatti,
In USA, there is Corvette
AND in Belgium there is... Gillet !!
Here is a video of the only 1 ( or maybe 2 ) Gillet Vertigo 5 version.
This is the last version this Belgian Supercar made by manufacture Gillet.
The first Gillet took the a world record for the 0-60 mph acceleration in
1994, it was done in just 3.2 seconds !! This 5 version takes the 0-60 mph
in only 3 seconds !! There is a 4.2l V8 Maserati engine wich produces 420
hp. The car weights only 950kg.
Hope you enjoy to watch this video.
1931 Duesenberg Model J Town Car - Jay Leno's Garage
1931 Duesenberg Model J Town Car. When Jay found the last original-owner,
unrestored Duesenberg in the world languishing in a Manhattan parking
garage, he knew he had to call in an expert. Thanks to Randy Ema, this
Woods-bodied car owned by the Strauss family is finally back on the road.
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Massive Barn Find in Portugal
I've tried to identify most of the 180 cars found locked away in here, can
anyone recognise any others? I will add them to the video along with
corrections if confirmed 100%. What is that 2nd Formula race car?
Customized Cars from the Past
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A development of hot rodding, the change in name corresponded to the change
in the design of the cars being modified. The first hot rods were pre-World
War II cars, with running boards and simple fenders over the wheels. Early
model cars (1929 to 1934) were modified by removing the running boards and
either removing the fenders entirely or replacing them with very light
"cycle fenders". Later models usually had "fender skirts" installed on the
rear fenders. Many cars were "hopped up" with engine modifications such as
adding additional carburetors, high compression heads and dual Exhausts. "Engine swaps" were done, the object
of which was to put the most powerful engine in the lightest possible frame
and body combination. The suspension was usually altered. Initially this
involved lowering the rear end as much as possible with the use of
"lowering blocks" on the rear springs. Later cars were given a "rake job"
either adding a "dropped" front axle or heating front coil springs to make
the front end of the car much lower than the rear. Much later some hot rods
and custom cars swapped the old solid rear axle for an independent rear
axle, often from Jaguar. Only rarely was the grille of one make of car
replaced by another; one exception was the 1937 Buick grille, often used on
a Ford. (In the 1950s and 1960s, the grille swap of choice was the 1953 De
Soto.) The original hot rods were plainly painted like the Model A Fords
from which they had been built up, and only slowly begun to take on colors,
and eventually fancy orange-yellow flamed hoods or "candy-like" deep
acrylic finishes in the various colors.
With the change in automobile design to encase the wheels in fenders and to
extend the hood to the full width of the car, the former practices were no
longer possible. In addition, there was tremendous automotive advertising
and subsequent public interest in the new models in the 1950s. Hence custom
cars came into existence, swapping headlamp rings, grilles, bumpers, chrome
side strips, and tail lights, as well as "frenching" and "tunnelling" head-
and taillights. The bodies of the cars were changed by cutting through the
sheet metal, removing bits to make the car lower, welding it back together,
and adding a lot of lead to make the resulting form smooth (hence the term
"lead sled"; lead has been replaced by Bondo). By this means, "chopping"
made the roof lower; "sectioning" made the body thinner from top to bottom.
"Channeling" was cutting notches in the floorpan where the body touches the
frame to lower the whole body. Fins were often added from other cars, or
made up from sheet steel. In the custom car culture, someone who merely
changed the appearance without also substantially improving the performance
was looked down upon.
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The one and only Bugatti Aerolithe
David Grainger, co-founder of Bradford, Ontario's Guild of Automotive
Restorers, wasn't sure what to do with Bugatti chassis #57104 when he first
got his hands on it—until he heard about the legendary Aerolithe.
The Jean Bugatti-designed "Electron Coupe" -- so named because it was
bodied in a magnesium alloy called "Electron" -- mysteriously disappeared
shortly after its 1935 debut at the Paris Salon.
That mystique made it the perfect candidate for an exacting five-year-long
recreation performed using only period-correct materials and methods.
Thanks to the Guild of Automotive Restorers for access to this incredible
1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic - The World's Most Expensive Car
Motor Trend senior editor Jonny Lieberman visits the Mullin Automotive
Museum in Oxnard, California for a firsthand look at the world's most
expensive car -- the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic.
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Car Show Television - The Ultimate Car Collection
There are a number of secret private collections in South Florida. These
collections are usually only open to the close friends and family of those
collectors. Car Show Television got the chance to see one of the finest of
these collections and share it with our viewers. From Duesenbergs to
Ferrari's, this collection is amazing.
The last Horch
In western Texas of all places, Audi finds the last Horch, and ships it
back to Germany for a 2-year restoration. Audi is the Latin translation of
Horch, and Audi was founded in 1910 by a Horch business partner who was
forced out. In 1932, Audi and Horch merged, along with DKW and Wanderer,
and the current day Audi logo (four rings) came about. Horch brand was
tainted by the fact that many of the Nazi and SS leaders drove Horch during
the war. The last remaining civilian models, built pre-1940, are rare
collector's gems. The last Horch was built in 1953 by hand, based on a
chassis manufactured in 1939.
Route 66 Classic Cars
Back in the days when cars had style, and even with so many makes and
models, all changing every year, they made a profit. And, not only that . .
but one could sit on the porch and name the cars as they drove by. Unlike
today, when they all look the same . This is when a car was a car, so sit
back as we go back and get your Kicks On Route 66 Classic Cars
MUSCLE CAR BARN FIND ON GASOLENE TV PART 2, AMAZING, OVER 100 RARE CARS
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Gasolene TV Presenter Glenn Everitt stumbles across a huge old barn in the
middle of nowhere after breaking down on his way to a business meeting. You
wont belive what he finds inside. Footage from the TV Program Gasolene, as
broadcast Australia wide on TV4ME Digital 74 and Digital 64 Regional.
Everforge and Gasolene do not own the rights to Johnny Cash "Ring of fire"
or "Halloween theme song".