The roots of Jaguar go back to a time when the company didn’t even build a car. Indeed, the Swallow Side Car Company was founded in 1922 as a builder of motorcycle sidecars. The business then moved on to coach bu... Read MoreView Full Auction List ›
1938 Talbot LAgo T-23 Short chassis with Figoni et Falaschi designed coach work, 4 liter dual carb engine with Wilson preselector gearbox. Excellent restoration with French Blue exterior and a beautiful tan leather interior. Recen... Read MoreView full inventory ›
The car was in the Wolfpen Auto Museum for many years. Manny and George acquired the car from a gentleman by the name of Cameron Bradley. The car was originally used as a mail carrier in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.... Read MoreView sales history ›
For over 60 years, the Dragone family has been committed to collecting, selling and bringing back to life some of the world's greatest motorcars. Museums and clients worldwide rely on our knowledge, authenticity and integrity for valuing and restoring great cars. Our experts are called upon for advice and technical assistance, even by other sellers and restorers. Our restoration craftsmen have the ability to successfully complete even the most challenging restorations. George and Manny Dragone have unearthed some of the most significant automotive 'finds' of the past quarter century, including the Pebble Beach-winning 1907 Fiat Targa Florio Corsa. We have also sold some of the most significant cars in automotive history including the Vanderbilt Cup Locomobile 'Old 16', the 1957 250 TR #0704 and the Pebble Beach best in show winner 1937 Delage D8 120 Portout coupe, just to name a few. Our mission is to continue to find, to preserve and to sell the world's most significant motorcars as we have done for over the past 35 years.