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

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

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

The 1960 Floridian and Seagrave – Story By Robert Cunningham

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

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

The 1971 Marantette “Feather Coach”

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

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

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