1907 Fiat | Nickname: The Conqueror | Motto: “No Hill Can Stop Me”

P owerful and bold, the Andersons’ 1907 Fiat was the supercar of its time. Even the motto of the automobile, No Hill Can Stop Me, reflected its strength, for many automobiles at this time had difficulty going up hills. This 11-liter, 6-cylinder Fiat boasted a strength of 65 horsepower; only 86 were manufactured. Bought by the Andersons while they were on vacation in Europe, the car was then shipped to New York to be re-bodied by the Hol-Tan Company. Fiat was founded on July 11, 1899, and their 60-hp model was introduced in 1904 and remained in production until 1909.