1956 – heyday for British sports cars. The pecking order started with the brand new envelope-bodied MGA (no more separate fenders); then the Triumph TR3, a rugged open roadster with cut-down doors so you could hang your elbow out and scrape it on the pavement when cornering as fast as the car would allow; then the beautiful Austin-Healey 100, and finally, at the top of the heap, the Jaguar XK140 MC drophead. Until they were replaced by the ridiculously gorgeous E-type in 1961, the XK series Jags were king-of-the-hill. Here’s a twist: This one’s White on a British Racing Green background. Max of 56 (of course) on gallery-wrapped canvas with signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Low numbers available.