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1953 Nash Healey Le Mans

By Jay Hirsch In 1945 Donald Healey formed the Donald Healey Motor company with Ben Bowden and chassis-builder Achille...

1949 Foose Ford

By Jay Hirsch The design of this Ford is “shoebox.” “Shoebox” is what 1949 – 1951 Fords have been...

1972 Chevrolet Suburban

By Jay Hirsch The first Chevrolet Suburban was made in 1935, and it had an all-steel body. It did...

1939 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe

By Jay Hirsch The Lincoln Zephyr was Edsel Ford’s answer to the 1934–36 Chrysler and Desoto Streamlined Air Flows....

1957 Mercury Voyager

By Jay Hirsch Mercury was conceived by Edsel Ford in 1937 to be in the market of a Pontiac...

1961 Facel Vega

By Jay Hirsch Founded in 1939 by Jean Daninos, Facel was a metal-stamping company...

1963 Mack M-18

By Jay Hirsch Mack Trucks was founded in 1900 in Brooklyn, N.Y., by the Mack brothers and was originally named the Mack Brothers Company....

1957 Nash Ambassador

By Jay Hirsch The 1957 Nash Ambassador can have its lineage traced back to 1916 when Charles Nash was the president of General Motors. Nash...

1959 Buick Electra

By Jay Hirsch David Dunbar Buick was born in Scotland. In 1858 when he was two years old, his parents came to the Unites...

1952 Bentley

By Jay Hirsch The 1952 Bentley Continental is a four-passenger car with a body built by the English Coach House H J Mulliner. The...