On The Left – One of the Latest Cars by Cliff Byfield. On The Right – One of his First.

The Coachbuilt Cars of Cliff Byfield – A Story of Australian Excellence

Hi Gang… Today we’re sharing the first story by John Mellberg of Rare Component Cars.  I introduced John to you last week in the following story: Click Here To Review John Mellberg Introduction to Our Undiscovered Classics Audience John’s first … Continue reading


The Simpson Design “Swift” – The Latest Custom Design By Jim Simpson and Company

The Simpson Design Swift Project

Hi Gang… I’ve admired the work that has come from Simpson Design several years before I got the chance to talk with and meet Jim Simpson.  Since that day, Jim and I have been fast friends and on several occasions … Continue reading


Nice Proportions For a Sports Car – I hope we can find out the heritage here

Mystery Singer Special Surfaces in South Africa

Hi Gang… I love Singer Specials.  Strong engine with overhead cam.  Custom bodies – usually lightweight fiberglass, and all usually built in the 1952-1955 era.  And besides…..Singers are fun and Singers are rare.  These cars tick all the boxes for … Continue reading


When Finished, Rollie Langston’s Byers SR-100 Was One of the Most Attractive Byers Sports Cars Built

Autoweek: Rollie Langston built an SR-100 in the late 1950s — and used it as a daily driver

Hi Gang… Rollie Langston has continued to be an advocate of handcrafted sports cars since he started building his first one at age 14 – and he finished it 3 years later.  Now in his 70s, he’s building his second … Continue reading


Above: America’s First Concours d’Elegance Book Was Penned By Joseph H. Wherry and Published in 1969

The First Concours d’Elegance Book (1969) – By Joseph H. Wherry

Hi Gang… Our enterprise, Undiscovered Classics, is all about research – especially the hard to get to “stuff”.  Undiscovered Classics is about:  Uncovering the history of the early postwar sports car marques such as Glasspar, Victress, and more. Revealing the … Continue reading


Here’s one of the two Seagrave / Floridian Cars that have been found. This one went to auction in 2018.

The 1960 Floridian and Seagrave – Story By Robert Cunningham

Hi Gang… Today I’m honored to share an article by our friend and intrepid “historian-adventurer” Bob Cunningham.  Bob has always had an affinity for small cars, lost marques and their history.  Today’s article about the Floridian / Seagrave has never … Continue reading


Richard Brown’s Rare RV’s: From Left to Right: The Ferber, the Marantette and his Ultravan

The 1971 Marantette “Feather Coach”

Hi Gang… Richard Brown and I like unusual and rare RV’s.  It’s not a big community that likes these vehicles.  In fact, I think it might just be Richard and myself.  Here’s a photo of Richard’s favorite RVs in his … Continue reading

Raiders of the Lost Cars

“Raiders  of  the  Lost  Cars” The  Greatest  American  Car  Story  NEVER  Told What  People  Are  Saying… “In attempting to capture the significance and passion inherent in Undiscovered Classics, I can’t seem to shake the graphic allusion to Indiana Jones and … Continue reading

Alden Jewell Collection

Alden  Jewell  Collection Alden Jewell was born on August 11, 1937 and began collection automobile literature in 1948 – when he was 11 years old.  By 1950 when he was 13 years old, Alden began started writing to automobile manufacturers … Continue reading

1949 Panache

Showcase 1949  Panache  Sport  Custom Undiscovered Classics is working to restore this Sport Custom European styled sports car.   History of This Car Sport Custom cars appeared as a postwar car movement where the design and build of the car was … Continue reading

Kyle Feller

Kyle  Feller Micro Cars, Sports Cars, Electric Cars, Collector, Restorer About Kyle  Feller  With  Ray  Evernham: Designing  Your  Own  Car Viewing Time: 1 Minute Ray Evernham’s AmeriCarna on Velocity TV: May, 2015 Internships  at  Undiscovered  Classics Kyle  Feller:  Undiscovered  Classics  … Continue reading

2010

2010 Click on the Following Links To Review Each Article Concours  d’Elegance   Appearances Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance Forgotten Fiberglass Class & More Two Cars Attending: 1955 Californian (LeGene) and 1946 Bill Burke Belly Tank Streamliner March, 2010 Museum,  Event  and  … Continue reading