1957 Jaguar Mark I: The Graceful One
In the mid-50s, Jaguar released a successor to the 1945 Mk IV, the Jaguar Mk I (Mark I). It was a light and compact car, with a brand-new Saloon-type body, made according to the unitary method.
1957 Jaguar XK140: The powerful one
The classy and elegant XK140 was a continuation of the popular XK120 model. As the first production vehicle to reach a top speed of over 130 mph, it was a true milestone in automotive history.
1957 AC Ace-Bristol: Distinctive Classic
The AC Ace-Bristol's unique blend of British and American design and engineering elements made it stand out in the marketplace and helped establish it as a classic and collectible vehicle.
1957 Nash Metropolitan: America’s first small car
The Nash Metropolitan was the most iconic subcompact of the 1950s, and one of the rare British vehicles that gained popularity even in the United States. Even though the elegant vehicle resembled a toy it was in great demand.