Before we leap into the Z3 roadster and continue motoring on up the Mesilla Valley, let us take one last look at this remarkable automobile collection . . . at an aviation museum, no less.
Remember that classic wolf-atop-a-castle badge on early Volkswagen Beetles? That’s the crest for the city of Wolfsburg in Northern Germany — home of the factory in which Beetles were made from 1951 to 1959. See below for a view of this little piece of nostalgia.
Also spotted below is a beautiful example of an early Morgan sports car, a Packard, the timeless curves of an E-Type Jaguar, a Buick decked out as a staff car for a three-star general, and more great views of that Auburn Speedster (with a really great looking babe behind the wheel in one shot).