1941 Buick Roadmaster 4door Convertible Grn
An amazing car, beautifully restored! This car was definitely luxurious...one of the last four door convertibles that would be built until Lincoln got back in the business in the 60's. Frazer did build one in 1951 in a last gasp to save the make. Notice the beautiful dash and steering wheel...genuine works of art! Shapes were symmetric on the dash, seemingly an art deco influence. The turn signal lever was placed on the right side of the steering column..and it lit bulbs in the parking lamps and center signal light in the back.
1963 Volvo PV544 Sport Gray
I remember seeing quite a few of these Volvos around back in the day. The styling was a bit dated, seemingly resembling rounded Fords, but it was very pleasant...scaled down to a smaller car. the signature Volvo grille and tailights immediately identified the car. The right size for a car, 4 passengers no problem, and the bucket seats in front look very comfortable.
1938 Plymouth P6 Two Door Sedan Blk
If you saw a movie set in the 30's or 40's, you probably saw a variant of this car..a coupe, a convertible, a four door sedan, or this car! Plymouth was known for its engineering and quality..it had hydraulic brakes, a full steel top! Ford was still using mechanical brakes. This was a dependable family sedan, practical in every way.
1928 Auburn Phaeton Cream
Auburns were made in Auburn Indiana. Truly one of the best cars of the era...even at this point, it featured hydraulic brakes. One of the featured makes at the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana. Styling and engineering excellence were indeed alive and well in Indiana! I was lucky enough to visit the museum.