Vehicles in Sales Archive

1932 Auburn 8-100 A Speedster

Shortly after E.L. Cord’s takeover of Auburn in 1924, the Indiana-based manufacturer was enjoying a remarkable renaissance. After years of building good quality but rather ...

1966 Meyers Manx Dune Buggy

In the 1960s, the fiberglass kit-car craze was taking hold in America. Versatile and cheap, fiberglass was getting easier for average enthusiasts to use, and ...

1930 Cadillac Model 353 Convertible Coupe

 

The early 1930s were a time when many luxury car manufacturers suddenly found themselves fighting for survival, as the roaring twenties devolved into the Great ...

1930 Cadillac V-16 Roadster

As the 1920s drew to a close, Cadillac was enjoying considerable success in the hotly contested luxury car market. Locked in a tight battle with ...

1932 Cadillac 355B Roadster

When Lawrence P. Fisher took over the leadership of General Motors’ flagship in 1925, Cadillac was locked in an intense battle for the coveted position ...

1936 Ford Model 68 Station Wagon

Despite Chevrolet taking over as sales-leader while Ford retooled at the end of Model T production, the new Model A soon returned Ford to its ...

1958 Packard Hawk Coupe

While Packard is one of America’s most celebrated automobile manufacturers, the trials and tribulations of the post-war period threatened their previously impeccable image. Packard’s gradual ...

1949 Oldsmobile 88 Woody Wagon

 

When World War II interrupted production of civilian vehicles, those that in normal times would have been replaced as they wore out were instead patched ...