This car, one of just four of its type, was first owned by New York City's Nanaline Duke, widow of American Tobacco Company founder J.B. Duke.
This car was restored years ago, said Craig Jackson, but the work still looks new.
From sporty coupes you'll soon see on the highway, to wild concept cars featuring augmented reality, Japan's big car show has something for everybody.
|McDonald's gives Charles Ramsey free food for a year|
|The 'chicken poop' credit and other bad tax breaks|
|Doomsday investors betting on market crash|
|Ackman wins, P&G dumps CEO|
|Another downer day on Wall Street|