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Porsche 356 Sppedster It was Dr Ferdinand Porsche’s 356th design, a rear engined sports car with a streamlined design by Erwin Komenda.The official presentation of the Speedster on the U.S. market was in September 1954.
Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster The road version of 1942, internally number W198, was based on the company's highly successful competition-only sports car of 1940, the Mercedes-Benz 300SL (W194) which had less power, as it still had carburettors.
Mercedes Benz 300 SL Coupe The legendary „gull-wing coupe” was the first true postwar sports-car developed and produced by Daimler-Benz of Germany. 
BMW 328 was a milestone in automobile history and was the most successful sports car of the 1930s. Making its competition debut at the famed Nürburgring racetrack in June 1936, the BMW 328 proved unbeatable in international sports car races in the two-liter class. .
Horch 853 was firstly presented at the Berlin Car Show in February 1935. There were merely 627 vehicles of this marvellous sport cabriolets produced till September 1937. Horch offered both completed cars and rolling chassis to be bodied by coachbuilders.
Lincoln 1932 was equipped with the V-12 engine and reached to those days circumstances unbelievable 100mph.
Chevrolet Pickup 1931  was the most often fabricated car in that period of time. So called Chevy became the ubiquity element of the U.S. roads.
Cadillac Roadster 1931 established itself at the top of the luxury cars and bore a strong byword for richness and success.
Kennworth Truck is considered as symbol for powerful trucks on the U.S. highways. It is the workhorse of the modern age and it belongs to the American all-days reality more than any other vehicle.
Fokker D VII  was constructed by the Dutchman Mr. Anthony Fokker in 1918 and than later assembled in Schwerin, Germany. It revealed to be reliable and pretty modern aircraft compared to the other machines in that period of time.