Yeah, it's another '30s art deco car. Don't blame us for being able to appreciate the greatest design decade of all time. The 150 C, C standing for "Competition," has the teardrop styling similar to the Bugatti 57SC Atlantic, but isn't as well known. That could be because Talbot-Lago no longer exists, but the fact that only 11 examples of this car exist today make it extremely note-worthy. Another masterpiece by Figoni et Falaschi, the '38 coupe has emphasized emotional curves, grilles over each headlight and the streamlined seam running through the car.