Credit: Ron Case/Getty Images A mock-up at the 'Victoria line' exhibition at the Design Centre, London, of the interior of a new type of carriage that would be used on the new Victoria line, 20 August 1968. The new carriages feature lengthways seating to allow more room for standing passengers, two-level arm rests, which can be shared by adjacent passengers, and internal speakers for driver announcements.
If I had a motorcycle (which would never happen), would have one of these. And I might HAVE a motorcycle, but when you get burned on the muffler, you tend to not love them as much. But the guy was really cute, so I guess it was worth it. Ahh, teenage years.
1938 Hispano-Suiza Dubonnet Xenia. 1938!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hispano-Suiza was so far ahead of the class. I had the pleasure of working on the restoration of an Hispano-Suiza Town Car with the separate front chauffeur and back compartments. Dan Gurney provided the original Hispano-Suiza interior seat material he bought in France after a race!
1897-First Auto in Los Angeles First automobile in Los Angeles, built by J. Philip Erie, the driver, a resident of Los Angeles at the time. Los Angeles Mayor William H. Workman is in the rear seat, 1897.