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1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

Born due to General Motors heavy drive to compete with the first generation Ford Mustang was the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. With GM realizing that their compact Corvair line could not compete with the Ford Mustang due to its r...

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1952 DeSoto Fire Dome V-8

DeSoto was for many years Chrysler Corporation’s “idea car,” with Miller-inspired semi-circular grilles in the early ’30s and hidden headlights for 1942. By the 1950s, though, it was a solid upper-middle-class car. For 195...

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1958 DeSoto Firedome

In 1957 all new body work was adapted to the cars, including a one-piece grille, front bumper and new upswept rear tailfins. The engine is a V-8 with a three-speed automatic transmission; it is also equipped with power ste...

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2002 Bentley Arnage "Red Label"

This 2002 Bentley Arnage “Red Label” Saloon is powered by a 6.75-liter turbocharged V-8 developing 400-hp, paired to a four-speed automatic transmission. Claims have been made that the Red Label is capable of a 0-to 60-mph...

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1951 Mercury Four-Door Custom

This highly modified 1951 Mercury has been driven only 1,850 miles since the time it has been completed and presents as effectively new. The collector owner stored it in a climate-controlled garage, used it sparingly, and ...

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1966 Pontiac Bonneville 421 Tri-Power

Elegance, distinctive styling, performance and prestige are fine qualities that are desired in an automobile. Pontiac presents all of these in one convertible. This car is coming off a fresh restoration that was completed ...

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1951 Frazer Manhattan

As concrete and shipbuilding magnate Henry Kaiser was contemplating postwar automobile manufacture, he had a serendipitous introduction to Joseph Frazer. Formerly with Chrysler, Graham-Paige and Willys, Frazer was an indus...

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1960 Chevrolet Impala Tri-Power

This Chevrolet Impala Convertible is equipped with a 348-cid, V-8 engine with the well-known Tri-power carburetor setup; paired with a four-speed manual transmission, this is sure to be a great diving experience. Power ste...

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1958 Imperial Crown

In the mid-1950s, a sea change in marketing took place at Chrysler Corporation. What had long been the most expensive Chrysler model became, for model year 1955, simply “Imperial,” offering three body styles in two series....

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1939 Ford V-8 Deluxe

By 1939, the Ford Roadster was long gone from the catalog, but the company still offered a rumbleseat Convertible Coupe – for one final year. This car is one of 10,422 built. New for Ford products in 1939 were hydraulic br...

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1934 Dodge Deluxe Rumbleseat

When Dodge introduced the Deluxe DR Series in 1934, bodies were completely restyled with a handsome new look that was both stylish and aerodynamic, featuring a new streamlined V-type radiator that set the stylistic tone fo...

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1944 Ford GPW

This 1944 Ford GPW “Jeep” is affectionately named “Tojo” and is special in many ways. The United States produced two Jeeps for World War II. Between 1941 and 1945, Willys produced 361,339 MB jeeps. During this same timefra...

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1929 Ford T/A V-8 Highboy

The Florida teenager who built this spot-on perfect rendition of a low-buck Highboy decades ago, started with a rust-free circa 1925 Ford Model T all-steel roadster body found in the attic of famed drag racer, winner and m...

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1937 Cadillac Series 75

In the automotive industry, there is no better proof of merit than public approval. In period, more people bought the cars offered by Cadillac than any other auto of comparable costs. It was conventional wisdom that the ma...

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