An array of pre-Second World War streamlined automotive art will include a beautiful 1938 Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic. The beast referred to above is the one-off Phantom Corsair that first came to Goodwood in 2006, when it proceeded to gently move across the Cartier lawn by itself in the middle of the night with the engine off, the car in gear, and the handbrake firmly applied. The aptly-named Phantom was a six-seater coupé designed by Rust Heinz of the eponymous foodstuffs supplier and built in 1938. Heinz lost his life in a car crash the following year, and many subsequent guardians of the Phantom have meet with unusual and untimely ends, leading to the car often being labelled as cursed. Post-War beauties will include a class of sublime 1950s grand tourers, such as the one-off 1954 Fiat Turbina and 1955 Ferrari 250 GT Competition Tour de France Speciale, as well chic drop-tops for the rich and famous, including a 1954 Maserati A6 GCS Frua and a rare Jaguar XKSS. A class of Sixties Sensations will include a number of favourites from Aston Martin, Ferrari, Jaguar and others, while a class of Porsche 911 derivatives will help celebrate the legendary sports car's 50th anniversary. The two final classes feature, according to Goodwood, "an unparalleled selection of rarely-seen concept cars and pin-up supercars from the past 50 years".