1954 Porsche 356: German Excellence
The 356, which was small, lightweight, rear-engined, and highly maneuverable, became the benchmark for all future Porsches.
1954 Nash Ambassador: American Dream
The Nash Ambassador was an American classic that represented a golden age of automotive engineering and design. Produced from 1932 to 1957, it was a full-size vehicle that boasted luxurious features, advanced engineering, and innovative design
1954 Nash Healey Roadster: Post-War Classics
The Nash Healey was one of the most exciting automobiles to reach America in the 1950s. It was the brainchild of George Mason, who commissioned Kenosha-based Healey Motors Ltd. to build the sports vehicle on behalf of Nash Motors.
1954 Jaguar XK140: The Smith of Success
The Jaguar brand's global recognition was significantly influenced by the XK series. This range essentially catalyzed success for the British automaker in the aftermath of World War II. The remarkable triumph of the XK120 opened doors for the development of the more sophisticated XK140 model.
1954 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV: The Royal Grace
The Phantom IV was a very exclusive model. Its limited production run and high-end clientele had made it one of the most sought-after collector's items in the automotive world. Interestingly, there are only 16 known examples in private collections today which only adds to its allure.
1954 Aston Martin DB2/4: Exceptional Classic
The DB2/4 was an important milestone in the history of Aston Martin, as it marked the company's return to success after the challenges of the post-war period. The car's innovative design, advanced features, and impressive performance helped establish the brand as a leading producer of high-end luxury sports vehicles, and set the stage for the company's continued growth and success in the years that followed.
1954 Chevrolet 210: А car for all
The affordable price and comfortable interior trim made the Chevrolet 210 one of the most sought-after cars of the 50s. It was an intermediate passenger car designed for the middle class.
1954 Mercury Monterey: a car that outperformed the average Ford
Launched in 1952 and lasting seven generations, the Monterey line was a separate series and top model of the Mercury brand. Created by Edsel Ford (son of G. Ford), the brand was the youngest of the Big Three launched before the war. It appeared in 1939 and occupied a niche between the "folk" "Fords" and premium "Lincolns".