1913 Rolls-Royce Tourer

The partnership of Charles Rolls and Henry Royce was an uncommon one. Royce found himself the man of the house at the age of nine, selling newspapers and delivering telegrams, whereas Rolls was the wealthy son of British nobility.

1913 Stevens-Duryea Tourer

In 1893, brothers J. Frank and Charles E. Duryea built what is considered one of the first American gasoline automobiles. Two Duryeas competed in the very first London-to-Brighton Emancipation Run in 1896, with J. Frank taking first place.