1932 Daimler 40/50 Double Six Sport Saloon - Only 26 Double Sixes were built over the course of ten years, but this is the longest chassis built. The bodywork, designed by Captain H.R. Owen and fabricated by Martin Walter Ltd, turned enough heads to earn it a victory at the 1932 Eastbourne Concours d’Elegance. Perhaps it was ahead of its time, as it was named Best in Show at the Pebble Beach Concours some 67 years later.
Hit the road with all the comforts of home in this 2016 COACHMEN CONCORD Class C Motorhome. Model 300DS offers double slides, a rear bedroom layout, and everything you need to enjoy your time away from home. Straight ahead when you enter notice the large slide out with sofa and u-shaped dinette. Both offer much seating space to enjoy a meal at, or to just relax and kick back after a fun filled day of adventure and exploring.
It was the invention of the future - a tiny machine complete with its own map that would tell motorists which way to go. But this was no satnav - after all, the communications satellites that help modern cars locate themselves were still decades away. Instead, the route-finder for the well-equipped 1920s driver was a wristwatch-style device equipped with minuscule maps.