Michael Furman discussed why certain cars stand out because they revolutionized conventional styling. Michael pointed out why each of the four cars featured represented a remarkable deviation from the standard sporting design and their visual appeal that stood out from the crowd. The four cars featured were the 1933 Squire Roadster, the 1935 Auburn 851 Boat Tail Speedster, the 1949 Hudson Convertible, and the 1966 Ferrari 365P “Tre Posti” Berlinetta Speciale.
Located in Philadelphia, PA, the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum is one of the world’s greatest collections of racing sports cars. Through our theme, “The Spirit of Competition”, we celebrate the history and evolution of these magnificent machines.
Assembled over 50 years by Dr. Frederick Simeone, the Museum contains over 75 historically significant cars including Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Mercedes, Jaguar, Bentley, Porsche, Aston Martin, Corvette, Ford, and more.