1938 Rolls-Royce Phantom III: Timeless Elegance
The Rolls-Royce Phantom III was more than just a car, it was a stunning feat of engineering that embodied the very definition of luxury and opulence.
1938 Mercedes 320 Cabriolet B: The Epitome of Luxury
The Mercedes 320 Cabriolet B was a stunning vehicle that truly captured the essence of timeless elegance. Its sleek, curved lines and graceful silhouette gave it an air of sophistication and class that was unmatched by its contemporaries.
1938 Cadillac SERIES 60 COUPE: Timeless Elegance on Wheels
The Series 60 Coupe played a pivotal role in solidifying Cadillac's position as a leading luxury car manufacturer during the 1930s. It represented the brand's commitment to producing vehicles that were not only reliable and powerful but also exuded an air of opulence and exclusivity.
1938 Rolls-Royce 25/30: Uncovering the Alluring Charisma and Performance
The Rolls-Royce 25/30 was the third model in the company's line of "younger" vehicles, even though the name no longer corresponded to its power output or tax classification. The 25/30 was produced for a brief period of two years before the introduction of the Wraith model.
1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith: The last from the Derby plant
It was the last pre-war Rolls-Royce produced in Derby, as post-war cars of this brand left the new factory in Crewe. The successor to the 25/30 Wraith was ranked lower in class than the brand's iconic models but certainly not inferior in popularity.
1938 Volkswagen Beetle: The 20th century’s most popular car
The development of the most popular automobile of the 20th century lasted 12 years - exactly as long as the Third Reich existed. By Adolf Hitler's order, the production of the "people's car", known as the "Beetle" began. The implementation of the project fell on the shoulders of the legendary automotive designer Ferdinand Porsche.