Cars from the 1950’s and 60’s that you’ve probably never heard of.

Do you think you know about classic cars? What about rare cars? Some car buffs might recognize the brands Frazier or Devin but mention “Grantham” and they might think you are talking about Downton Abbey. What about Allied, Glasspar, Ferber, LaDawri or Voodoo? We speak with Geoff Hacker and Mike Puma of Undiscovered Classics about their passion for limited production vehicles from the 1950’s and 60’s. We find out about sports cars, streamliners, RV’s and even race car transporters that were conceived and built by individuals and small companies with bodies typically made from fiberglass. Join us to learn about our guests and their passion for finding, researching and restoring these sometimes one-of-a-kind gems. You’ll find out the history of these cars, what they do to restore and then display them at internationally recognized events such as Pebble Beach or Amelia Island.

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