Proper barn find: 1958 Lloyd 600 Roadster

Proper barn find: 1958 Lloyd 600 Roadster



There are few things of this had that we don’t understand: first, what does the “Mercury Monarch conversion” matter with this microcar, second: we haven’t ever seen this model.


This is a Lloyd roadster from 1958, stored in a proper barn: a fascinating place if it were not for the giant spiders that usually are hidden into these places. Said so, this is a very interesting and rare microcar.



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Running in the family: 1957 Porsche 356 A-T1 Coupé

Running in the family: 1957 Porsche 356 A-T1 Coupé



It happens that some cars like this one, have a destiny tied to a one only family for many years: that is the case of this 356 (chassis #59065) which has been in the same family since 1958.


Indeed the seller says that this car initially belonged to his mother in law’s brother when he was attending the Stanford university (not bad at all for a student), than, in ’64, the car was given to his…

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Beauty’s never enough: 1960 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet by Pininfarina

Beauty’s never enough: 1960 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet by Pininfarina



Here we are again with a beautiful and elegant 403 Cabriolet, a beautiful creation of Pininfarina and for sure, one of the most beautiful cars of the Peugeot history.


And again, we do not know in what year this car has been built: the seller simply doesn’t believe that such information is important, you however need only to know that this model has been built in 2,050 specimens from 1956 to…

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