Three Datsuns (now Nissan) from 1935, 1950, and 1952 looked very "basic" and were quite a contrast with the high quality cars we associate with Japan today.
Several German and British cars from the 30's to 50's rounded out the collection.
Another interesting car was a white 1967 Mazda Cosmo, the first car to have a two-rotor rotary engine. A luxury touring sports car, they were built by hand at the rate of only one car per day.
There was a yellow 1968 Toyota 2000 GT, which has a beautifully sculpted aluminum body. The type was featured in the James Bond film "You Only Live Twice". Only 337 were built.
Perhaps the most beautiful car there, to my eye anyway, was a red 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV. "Miura" sounds like a Japanese name, but the car is actually named for a ranch in Spain where fighting bulls are bred.
I associate a funny TV commercial with this car. In 1971, singer/actress Sandy Duncan did 3 very popular bank commercials in which she played a teller who has a Greek customer with a difficult name to spell - Yannis Papadopoloulos - (he had to spell his name for her every time he came in). In the last commercial he is buying a car:
"Mr. Papadopoulos! What can I do for you today?"
"I am here to get new car loan."
"Oh that's great! What kind of car are you going to buy?"
"A Lamborghini Miura."
She gives him a puzzled look and he starts spelling it for her
So, for you car buffs out there, here is a slide show. Sorry Porche fans, but I didn't get individual pictures of the Carreras there, except for one. Those cars just don't appeal to my aesthetic sense.