The streamlined 1935 Fiat 508 S MM was meant for racing and inspired by the Italian race Mille Miglia. The engine utilized Zenith downdraft carburetion that was capable of producing 36 horsepower at 4400 rpm. Learn about the 1935 Fiat S MM.
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The 1931-1936 Auburn Eight offered superb roadability and performance and was also a good buy. Glamor was ushered in with the unique styling. Capable of nearly 90 mph, the Eights were terrific for the time. Learn more about this classic car.
The Duesenberg J was the most powerful American car before World War II. Its 420-cid straight eight with dual-overhead cams and four valves per cylinder put out 265 horsepower. Check out this magnificent early-century racing machine.