Lot 491: “1948 Tucker forty-eight. Design via Alex S. Tremulis.” Chassis no. 1028. Engine no. 335-35. 335ci SOHC 6-Cylinder Engine. Single Stromberg Downdraft Carburetor. 166bhp at three,2 hundred RPM. Four-Speed Manual Transmission with Bendix Vacuum-Electric Preselector. Front and Rear Independent Torsilastic Suspension. Four-Wheel Drum Brakes. *One of the seven Tuckers to go through endurance testing on the Indianapolis *Motor Speedway. *Mechanically organized by Tucker professional Richard E. Jones. *Carefully maintained seeing that whole healing in the 1980s. *Featured in the organization’s movie Tucker the Man and the Car. Estimate: 1,250,000 US$ – 2,000,000 US$

— Lot 450: “1934 Duesenberg Model J Prince of Wales Berline.” Coachwork with the aid of Rollston. Chassis no. 2575. Engine no. J-547. 419ci DOHC Inline eight-cylinder Engine. Single Stromberg Downdraft Carburetor. 265bhp at 4, two hundred rpm. Three-Speed Manual Transmission. 4-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes. Original chassis, engine, firewall, and body. A especially handsome, one-off Rollston design, with difficult trim information. Formerly owned by early Duesenberg lovers Allen Thurn and Homer Fitterling. Part of the collection given that 1996. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) Full Classic. Estimate: 500,000 US$ – 600,000 US$


— Lot 447: “1930 Hispano-Suiza H6B Coupe Chauffeur.” Coachwork via J. Fernandez, Body No. 541. Chassis no. 12202. Engine no. 302163. 6,597cc SOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine. 160bhp at three,000rpm. 3-Speed Manual Transmission. 4-Wheel Leaf Spring Suspension. 4-Wheel Servo-Assisted Mechanical Drum Brakes. Luxurious French Classic Era Automobile. Ordered new by Mrs. Potter Palmer. Successive primary collection ownerships within the US. Former Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance prize winner. Estimate: 250,000 US$ – 350,000 US$

— Lot 465: “1936 Lagonda LG45 Tourer.” Chassis no. 12112. Engine no. LG45/224/S2 – 12112. 4,453cc SOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine. Twin SU Carburetors. 120bhp at three,400rpm. Four-Speed Manual Transmission. Front and Rear Leaf Spring Suspension. Four-Wheel Girling. Hydraulic Drum Brakes. One of Frank Spain’s favorite motors. Offered with copies of factory statistics. One of handiest 25 LG 45 Tourers constructed. Potentially a good lengthy-distance journeying vehicle. Estimate: 220,000 US$ – 290,000 US$

— Lot 513: “1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Record Three Position Cabriolet.” Coachwork by using Veth & Zoon. Chassis no. 101058. 4,482cc Twin-Cam 6-Cylinder Engine. 2 Zenith-Stromberg Carburetors. 172bhp at four,200rpm. Four-Speed Wilson Pre-Selector Transmission. Independent Front Suspension – Live Rear Axle. 4-Wheel Drum Drakes. Believed to be the sole surviving Talbot-Lago with the aid of this coachbuilder. Former Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance show off. Not proven publicly for extra than 20 years. Estimate: 180,000 US$ – 240,000 US$

— Lot 424: “1899 Knox Model A 5HP Single-Cylinder Three-Wheel Runabout.” Engine no. Sixteen. 95.4ci Single-Cylinder Engine. 5bhp. 2-Speed Planetary Transmission. Single Fully-Elliptical Front and Fully-Elliptical Rear Springs. Rear-Wheel Drum Brake. Beautifully preserved, iconic early motor vehicle. Innovative air-cooled “porcupine” engine. Recently serviced and run. Now in its third century! Formerly part of Harrah’s Collection. Estimate: one hundred forty,000 US$ – a hundred and seventy,000 US$

— Lot 404: “1914 Peerless Model 48 Town Car.” Coachwork via Kimball. Chassis no. 142276. 612ci Inline 6-Cylinder Engine (see textual content). T-head with Three Valves in step with-Cylinder. 110bhp. Four-Speed Transmission. Semi-Elliptic Springs Front ¾ Elliptic Rear. An amazing early automobile. Period engine switch. High best Coachwork. Estimate: a hundred twenty five,000 US$ – 150,000 US$

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