1969 Olds Cutlass Supreme Hardtop (Grn)
Beautiful condition....paint, vinyl top, and interior! Green was a popular color at this time..this was one of the many shades of that color that appeared. Note the bench seat with center arm rest, automatic on the column, power windows and air conditioning. A luxurious, perfectly sized car!
1958 Edsel Villager Station Wagon
Ford, being the station wagon king, could not refrain from making a wagon version for Edsel! Fairly rare, according to the owner, only 62 now known to exist. A three tone color combination...not sure if it's original. Note the continental tire on the rear tailgate. Very unusual..have never seen another. Pushbutton automatic, drum type speedometer.
1946 Ford Woody Stationwagon
Not often you get to see a woody station wagon in this state of restoration! Amazing..just as if you drove it directly from the showroom in 1946. You can imagine the waiting lines for new cars after WW2....people would pay a premium for one of the few cars that eminated from the factory at this point. You can see how prominent wood was in the construction of the vehicle..that would change dramatically in subsequent years!
1963 Pontiac LeMans convertible
Beauty! This blue color was common at the time..most manufacturers offered a version of it! Notice the character creases in the rear quarter and the trim that accentuates the fenders. Some versions of the car had the 326 c.i. engine as this one does..others had a V8 engine essentially cut in half and offered as a four cylinder model (195 c.i.). The transmission was aft, and a flexible driveline connected it to the engine. A good example of how engineering experimentation was alive and well at GM during this period.