The 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Electron Atlantic Coupe is quite possibly the most beautiful car of all time. Among its many unusual attributes, the Atlantic has riveted body seams. The reason is some Bugatti prototypes were made of magnesium alloys which were hard to weld. Though this car was ultimately constructed with aluminum, designer Jean Bugatti liked the rivets so much that he insisted on keeping them on the finished car.
Signed and Numbered by photographer Lucinda Lewis, these vintage prints from the 1980s are extremely limited and have sold at collectible auctions.
This 1933 Duesenberg Model SJ Speedster Body By Weymann has a supercharged engine with a claimed output of 320bhp. This allowed most SJs to exceed... View full product details
Paper poster featuring the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air at Geno's Steaks in Philadelphia, PA. Deep in Philadelphia lies the birthplace of the world-famous Philly cheese... View full product details
At Steak n Shake, hamburgers are steakburgers and every shake is hand-dipped. Founded in the 1930s with the slogan, In sight it must be right,... View full product details