1947 Packard Custom Clipper Four Door Sedan Maroon
Packard actually began this styling as a late 1941 car. That said, you can see how far ahead this styling was compared to its contemporaries! Although the fenders were still distinguishable, they seemed to flow into the general body lines much more than the competition. Packard continued to build this car for the military during WW2. The interior of this car is indeed deluxe! Raindrops appear on the flawless exterior.
1977 Pontiac Grand Prix LJ
Not many cars this age can claim 27,000 miles and this condition! What you are looking at is the top of the Pontiac Grand Prix line....with the Hurst removable tops, the beautiful velour like upholstery, and gorgeous two tone paint and padded top. Notice how the two tone paint scheme follows the character lines of the hood and trunk. This car was designed by someone with a sense of "art and colour"!
1974 Pontiac Grand Prix J Beige Apopka031012
In 1974, there were two models of Grand Prix, J and SJ. Evidently the SJ had more extras. This one is beautifully preserved. You seldom see an interior in this state of preservation. I like the subdued exterior color, it blends well with the vinyl topped roof and the interior color.
1959 Buick LeSabre Convertible Blu
It's hard to believe this LeSabre series was the least expensive full sized Buick! It seemed to want for nothing. It has a 364 c.i. V8, 250 horsepower. I think this would be a great cruiser, with the super smooth Dynaflow!