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Gordini 26s cigar - 1953-1956Details click here
Amedee gordini was called the magician because of his ability to conjure up racing cars from odd-lot materials. He started out racing and tuning sports cars and began making slender single-seat formula cars in 1947, building the first ones around simca-fiat components. The 26s cigar was one of his most original automobiles.
Gordini Fi Ti6 - 1954-1957Details click here
When formula one racing returned in 1954 after a two-year absence, amedee gordini was prepared, for he had in readiness a 2.5-litre version of the six-cylinder engine that had proved its worth in formula two competition. But the aging type 16 chassis was not equal to the demands put upon it by the bigger, more powerful engine.
Gordon-keeble - 1964-1967Details click here
Designed by john gordon and jim keeble, the gordon-keeble was a 2 + 2 coupe combining a british chassis, italian styling and a corvette v8 engine. In theory, this combination was a winner. But the company was unable to meet its goal of producing and selling three cars per week, and the venture soon failed. The best-maintained of the 100 or so made now fetch at least $80,000.
Grid-plaza Si - 1982-1984Details click here
The grid, or grid-plaza, racing car had two lives: In europe, taking part in the group cl prototype sports-car world championship, and in the united states, on the international motor sports association (imsa) circuit for gt prototypes.
Hillman - 1973-1976Details click here
A small economy car meant to challenge austins mini, the hillman imp reached a production total of 440,000 over its 13-year lifespan. But this was only a third of what hillmans owner, the rootes group, expected. Development costs were so high that the company was sold to chrysler, becoming chrysler uk ltd. In 1970.
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