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  • 1930 Packard 740 Convertible Coupe

    1930 Packard 740 Convertible Coupe

    1930 Packard 740 Convertible Coupe As the iconic Packard slogan says, “Ask The Man That Owns One”. If you don’t know anyone who owns a Packard, try asking Michael Bergren from the LeMay Museum located in Lakewood, Colorado. In this video presentation, Michael tells Lance Lambert, host of television’s “Vintage Vehicle Show”, all about this […] More
  • 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout

    1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout

    1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout Powered by a 298 CID L-Head inline 4-cylinder engine with a four-speed gearbox, this 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout produced 72 HP at 2,000 rpm. Known for exceptional performance, Mercers were designed to go from the showroom floor directly to the race track without any modifications, and this Raceabout was […] More
  • 1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan

    1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan

    1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan The 1934 Chevrolet Master (Series DA) replaced the 1933 Eagle series. The wheelbase was increased to 112 inches, 5 inches longer than the lower priced Chevrolet Standard Six (Series DC). It was powered by an upgraded version of the “Stovebolt Six”, a 206 cubic inch six-cylinder engine that produced […] More
  • 1931 Detroit Electric Model 97 Brougham

    Electric and Steam Cars – Alternative Power Classics

    Electric and Steam Cars – Alternative Power Classics While electric and steam cars date back to the 1800’s, by the early 1900s there was a lot of competition between steam, electric and gasoline powered cars. Eventually, as the internal combustion engine rapidly developed, both electric and steam cars fell out of favor with the buying […] More
  • 1928 Hupmobile Model E-4 Series Sedan

    Classic Cars of the Roaring ’20s

    Classic Cars of the Roaring ’20s The classic cars of the roaring ’20s featured many of the innovations that we think are new today, like electric powered cars, four wheel drive, front wheel drive, and even hybrid fuel/electric cars. These automotive innovations were in fact all introduced in the 1920’s. You may not be familiar […] More
  • 1928 Gardner Model 75 Sport Roadster

    1928 Gardner Model 75 Sport Roadster

    1928 Gardner Model 75 Sport Roadster The Gardner Model 75 was the “base” roadster that Gardner built. Powered by a 226 ci inline 8 cylinder engine, it was the lowest priced eight on the market in 1928, priced at $1,195. Additional features included 4 wheel mechanical brakes, 6″ balloon tires with wooden wheels, and bar […] More
  • 1913 American Underslung

    1913 American Underslung Scout Roadster

    1913 American Underslung Scout Roadster Built by the American Motor Company, the American Underslung was considered to be America’s first sports car. The company, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, was noted for its creative designs, effective marketing, and brilliant automobiles, like this 1913 American Underslung Scout Roadster. In 1906, inspired by frames that were unloaded upside […] More
  • 1928 Gardner Model 85 Sport Roadster

    1928 Gardner Model 85 Sport Roadster The Gardner Motor Car Company was based in St. Louis, Missouri and manufactured cars from 1920 to 1931, including this 1928 Gardner Model 85 Sport Roadster. The 1928 Gardner roadster model featured an inline 247 cubic inch Lycoming engine that produced 86 HP, and a high-speed rear end, a […] More
  • 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan

    1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan

    1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan 2 Door Sedan While the 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan shared the same basic body style with the Mercury, the difference between the Mercury and the Cosmopolitan was the wheelbase. Mercury’s wheel base was 118 inches while the Cosmopolitan wheel base was 126 inches. The additional length made it possible for Lincoln to install […] More
  • 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Hardtop The 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air was the first of the Chevy “Tri-Fives”. Featuring the popular “shoe-box” body style, the ’55 Chevrolet Bel Air came equipped with the new 265-cubic-inch overhead valve V8, and 3 on the tree and optional factory overdrive. The new 265 engine was a big […] More
  • 1970 Plymouth Duster

    1970 Plymouth Duster The 1970 Plymouth Duster is all Valiant from the cowl forward, but the rest of the car was designed much differently. It featured a semi-fastback roof and a special rear valance with twin horizontal taillights, unusual for having no bezels. This 1970 Plymouth Duster is the classic Mopar that you’d want to […] More
  • 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

    1967 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

    1967 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible The 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS convertible, featuring enhanced “Coke bottle styling“, is a full-size car with a lot of muscle and a whole lot of style. Built for those who want more luxury in a car, new options for 1967 included front-disc brakes, stereo 8-track player, fiber optic light monitoring […] More
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