It’s hard to image a time in automotive history when some car engines only produced 10 horsepower, but at the dawn of the 20th century, it was enough to get the job done. Two companies, Rolls and Royce, teamed up to build 17 of these early automobiles. A humble 1.8-liter twin-cylinder enginepowered the cars. It follows the early tradition of looking like a horse-drawn carriage with a steering wheel – and no place for a horse. It has big, brass headlamps, wooden spoke wheels and a horn that looks like a musical instrument.