Cunningham is a name associated with both motorsports and exclusive automobiles. Briggs Cunningham, an American entrepreneur and sportsman, made significant contributions to the automotive world. In the 1950s, he founded the Briggs Cunningham Company, known for producing high-performance cars with a focus on endurance racing. The Cunningham C-3 sports car, introduced in 1952, gained attention for its sleek design and racing capabilities. Notably, Cunningham cars participated in prestigious racing events like the 24 Hours of Le Mans. While the production of Cunningham cars was limited, their impact on American automotive history and motorsports is notable. Today, Cunningham cars are highly sought after by collectors for their rarity and connection to a golden era of racing and automotive innovation.

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MT April 1955 - OFFY- Powered Cunningham
MT April 1955 – OFFY- Powered CunninghamView1955article
CL February 1954 - Road Testing the Cunningham
CL February 1954 – Road Testing the CunninghamView1954article
1952 Cunningham C-2 Sports Car Brochure
1952 Cunningham C-2 Sports Car BrochureView1952brochure

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