|To some, the '57 Chevy is the ultimate model of the tri-Chevy era.|
Personally I think the bullet shaped bumpers and gun-sights on the bonnet are over done.
My pick is the '56 models.
|'58 Chevs aren't common and even less common are the similar '58 Buicks, but the (also similarly styled) Pontiac Bonneville must be the rarest of them all.|
|The 1936 Auburn Speedster had true 100mph performance from its supercharged 4.5 litre Lycoming straight 8.|
|The museum has other items besides cars on display.|
Here is a display of AA and RAC badges and model vehicles.
|A general look of the well presented museum, with its mezzanine floor.|
|This Auburn Boat-tail Speedster was a superb example.|
The relatively wide tyres, suggests this may be a replica.
|1957 Borgward Isabella TS Coupe.|
Behind it is a 3 cylinder, 2 stroke Auto-union.
I remember one of my school teachers had one of this model.
|The 1964 Lancia Flavia Coupe was capable of 107mph with only a 1488cc front wheel drive power train.|
|The Ghia designed body of the 1962 Fiat 2300S Coupe.|