The 356 is the first production car built by Porsche. In 1950 Max Hoffman was the sole importer of Porsches in the USA, achieving excellent sales success, which enabled him to convince Ferry Porsche that sales could increase further if he was able to offer a car which could compete with the imported English sports cars. Soon, 356 sales in the USA accounted for a third of sales worldwide. Porsche listened to the USA market, and built the Speedster.
The Oldsmobile Incas was a concept car built in 1986 by ItalDesign. The Oldsmobile was similar to the DeLorean as it had a brushed metallic shell and gull-wing doors. It doesn't have a steering wheel, instead the car is driven by joysticks. The Incas featured a quad turbo inline-4 engine with a displacement ratio of 2260 cc (137.9 cubic inches). It was 175.2 inches in length, 72.8 inches in width and 49.2 inches high. Featuring four-wheel drive, the 1986 Incas had a 113.2 inch wheelbase.
The Ford Mustang is a series of American automobiles manufactured by Ford. In continuous production since 1964, the Mustang is currently the longest-produced Ford car nameplate. Currently in its sixth generation, it is the fifth-best selling Ford car nameplate. The namesake of the "pony car" automobile segment, the Mustang was developed as a highly styled line of sporty coupes and convertibles derived from existing model lines, initially distinguished by "long hood, short deck&quo
They called him “Butzi”. He was the eldest son of Ferry Porsche and a grandson of Ferdinand Porsche. In 1962 he became design director at Porsche. His most famous work is the Porsche 911, which was still 901 at the presentation at the IAA 1963. The design of the current Porsche vehicles still reveals the basic features of the design by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.
The Timossi Ferrari Arno XI is a one-of-a-kind hydroplane built in 1953 in the Timossi shipyard in Azzano di Tremezzina (CO) for the engineer and motorboat champion Achille Castoldi. The boat was equipped with a Ferrari V12 engine specially made by Ferrari. Derived from that of the Ferrari 375 Formula 1 single-seaters that had competed in the 1951 Championship with a 4500 cm³ engine. 2 volumetric compressors were added to significantly increase the power. Led by Achille Castoldi, on 15 October