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  • American Motors
  • 70's AMX 50kB, prototype AMX from American Motors, 390 cubicinch, mid mounted engine
  • Auburn
  • 1931 Saloon 125kB
  • 30's 851 s 49kB
  • 30's 852 38kB
  • 1932 model 8-100A 55kB
  • Auburn L29 Cab, also known as Cord 34kB
  • Bantam
  • 20's compact car 57kB, B&W
  • 20's compact car 120kB, color
  • Buick
  • 1910 Model 10 77kB
  • 1910 Model 10 "White Streak" 75kB
  • 1911 Model E-Six-49 32kB, (B&W)
  • 1918 Model 44 59kB, (B&W)
  • 1939 Redfern Saloon 49kB, description
  • 1940 Sedan 59kB
  • 1941 Cabriolet 83kB
  • 1948 Convertible 24kB
  • 1957 Station 17kB
  • 1958 Coupe 24kB
  • 1959 Buick 44kB
  • Cadillac
  • 1902 Cadillac Model A 41kB, (B&W)
  • 1903 Cadillac Model A 75kB
  • 1910 Cadillac Runabout 87kB, (B&W)
  • 1912 Cadillac 81kB (B&W)
  • 1913 Cadillac 30 Touring 120kB
  • 1915 Cadillac V8 Touring 163kB
  • 1931 355A Convertible Coupe 32kB
  • 1937 4-door Convertible 12kB
  • 1931 V16 Boattail Speedster with Pininfarina coachwork 46kB
  • 30's Fleetwood Town Cabriolet, nice drawing! 293kB
  • 1947 Model 75 132kB, After about 14 yrs. of complete ground-up restoration, I decided to trade the original (now w/ 800 miles on it since complete major overhaul) drivetrain for a 96' Formula LT-1 (OBDII) w/ a 4L60E auto trans. The current configuration supplies approx. 310HP. The car is Very Fun to say the least! Eric Greenberger
  • 1948 Saoutchik 43kB, front Photo: Doug Herrman
  • 1948 Saoutchik 38kB, rear Photo: Doug Herrman
  • 1948 Saloon 35kB
  • 1952 Convertible 26kB
  • 1958 Eldorado Brougham 90kB
  • 1958 Eldorado Brougham 87kB
  • 1959 Eldorado Biarritz 70kB
  • 1959 Eldorado Biarritz 109kB, rear
  • 1959 Eldorado Biarritz 18kB, detail of wing
  • 1966 sedan 31kB
  • 1968 sedan 11kB
  • Chalmers
  • 1917 roadster 166kB
  • Chevrolet
  • 1912 Chevy Classic Six Model C 87kB
  • 1912 Chevy little Four Roadster 122kB
  • 1912 Chevy 6 cyl 74kB, (B&W)
  • 1913 Chevy 47 Kb, (B&W)
  • 1914 Chevy Royal Mail Model H-2 Roadster 96 Kb
  • 1956 BelAir 36kB
  • 1957 BelAir 52kB
  • 1959 Impala 52kB
  • 60´s Corvette prototype 15kB
  • Chrysler
  • 1931 CG LEBARON DUAL COWL PHAETON 30kB
  • 1934 Airflow 28kB
  • 1934 Airflow 42kB, description From: Ron Skala
  • 1941 Thunderbolt 36kB
  • 1941 Thunderbolt 23kB
  • 1948 Town & Country 118kB
  • 1952 Chrysler K-310 123kB, design Virgyl Exner, description
  • 1959 Chrysler Imperial FRONT
  • 1959 Chrysler Conv. 39kB
  • 1959 Chrysler Sedan 33kB
  • 1960 Chrysler Coupe 30kB
  • 1967 Chrysler Ghia 19kB
  • Cord
  • pre-war L29 113kB, front wheel drive
  • 1937 812 supercharged 93kB, the classic Gordon Buehrig design!
  • 935 Saloon 92kB
  • Crawford
  • 1906 Crawford 33kB, description
  • Crosley
  • 50's Crosley 18kB, American's don't make small cars??
  • Cunningham
  • 1929 Phaeton 168kB
  • 1953 Cunningham C-3 Coupe Vignale 47kB
  • DeSoto
  • 1937 DeSoto 97kB
  • 1957 DeSoto 82kB
  • Dodge
  • 1918 Dodge Touring 92kB
  • 1958 Dodge Royal Lancer 122kB
  • Dorris
  • 1908 Dorris 112kB, description
  • Duesenberg
  • 1933 Murphy roadster 40kB, the picture of the top of the page
  • " Mormon Meteor" 45kB, was raced at the Bonneville Salt flats in the 1936-37 season. It runs a 400+hp DOHC 420 cu.in. in line eight cyclinder engine. Info: Vincent D. Palangio
  • 1931 Duesenberg 108kB
  • 1934 Walker 50kB
  • 1934 Walker 49kB
  • Bohman & Schwartz Town Car 39kB
  • Bohman & Schwartz Coupe 49kB
  • Figoni Speedster 60kB
  • Figoni Speedster 55kB
  • Franay 44kB, mahagony on the body!!
  • Franay 49kB
  • Franay 54kB
  • Franay 55kB
  • De Soto
  • 1937 Saloon 22kB
  • Ford
  • 1910 model T 98kB, The commercial classic: the Ford Model T, or 'Tin Lizzie', was introduced in 1908, and this one dates from 1910. Production exceeded 10,000 in 1909, 2 million in 1923, and over 16.5 million had been made when the type was phased out in 1927. Only the VW 'Beetle' has bettered this record.
  • 1909 model T 187kB
  • 1911 Ford Model T Touring 167kB
  • model T 216kB
  • model T 68kB
  • model A 175kB
  • 1939 model C 91kB
  • 1956 Victoria 74kB, Craig Buley´s
  • 1957 Convertible 45kB
  • 1957 Convertible 38kB
  • 1957 Skyliner 36kB, folding Hard Top!
  • 1957 Skyliner 338kB, The 1957 Ford Skyliner, from Ken and Wanda Nurre Abingdon Va.
    Be patient, picture is interesting!
  • Hudson
  • 1930 Hudson 55kB
  • 1950 Pacemaker 27kB, Ron Skala`s 1950 Pacemaker, car and owner have same age!
  • 1953 Hornet 7C convertible Brougham 33kB, description from: Ron Skala
  • Kaiser
  • 1954 Darrin 39kB
  • LaSalle
  • 1937 Convertible 153kB
  • Lincoln
  • 1968 Lincoln "Suicide doors" 71kB
  • 1962/63 Lincoln "Suicide doors" 103kB
  • 1963/63 Lincoln "Suicide doors" 84kB
  • Mercer
  • 1912 Raceabout 49 Kb
  • Raceabout 66 Kb
  • 1913 Type 35J Raceabout 73 Kb
  • Mercury
  • 1940 8 Convertible 38Kb
  • Miller
  • pre war Miller racer" which inspired the new Bugatti Type 50 cylinderhead, 62kB
  • pre war Miller racer" 135kB, drawing
  • Nash
  • Metropolitan 41kB, side view
  • Metropolitan 70kB, front view
  • Oldsmobile
  • 1901 Oldsmobile 82kB
  • 1903 Oldsmobile 78kB, The world's first massproduced car, before even Ford, was the curved-dash Oldsmobile runabout: a classic of simplicity. This one dates from 1903. Annual output reached 5000.
  • 1910 REO 218kB
  • 1939 f60 31kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 99kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 24kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 36kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 35kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 41kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 37kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 39kB
  • 1957 98 Holiday 38kB
  • Lincoln
  • 1959 Sedan 26kB
  • Oldsmobile
  • 1958 Coupe 32kB
  • Packard
  • 1930 Saloon 129kB
  • 1934 Packard 63kB
  • Victoria or Derham 42kB
  • LeBaron Speedster 49kB
  • 1937 Darrin 62kB
  • 1937 Darrin 45kB, the hood ornament is not original.
  • 1937 Darrin 54kB
  • 1937 Twelve 189kB
  • Super 8 59kB
  • 110 15kB, side view
  • 110 17kB, front view
  • 1939 Packard 120 Club Coupe 92kB Photo: Tom Laferriere
  • 1940 Darrin Convertible 49kB
  • 1940 Packard Station Wagon 90kB
  • Peerless
  • 1930 Peerless V16 78kB, front
  • 1930 Peerless V16 72kB, side
  • 1930 Peerless V16 74kB, rear
  • 1930 Peerless V16 66kB, engine
  • 1930 Peerless V16 43kB, interior
  • Pierce Arrow
  • 1903 Pierce Motorette 236kB
  • 1925 Pierce Arrow 80 35kB
  • 1930 Pierce Arrow 52kB
  • 30's Silver Arrow 86kB
  • 30's Silver Arrow 112kB, front view, by Bolko Rawicz
  • 30's Silver Arrow 41kB, interior view (front)
  • 30's Silver Arrow 77kB, interior view (back)
  • Plymouth
  • 1959 Convertible 33kB
  • Pontiac
  • 1941 Woody Wagon 24kB
  • 1950 Super Delux Catalina 59kB, side view
  • 1959 Coupe 45kB
  • Stanley
  • 1904 Steamer 80kB
  • 1905 Stanley Roadster 111kB
  • 1910 Steamer 131kB
  • 1920 Steamer 43kB
  • Studebaker
  • 1930 President Roadster 31kB, front, description 49kB
  • 1930 President Roadster 50kB, front
  • 1930 President Roadster 30kB, above
  • 1950 Studebaker 43kB
  • 1951 Studebaker 49kB
  • 1954 Studebaker Wagon 40kB
  • 1954 Studebaker Wagon 40kB
  • 1955 Hawk 42kB
  • 1956 Hawk 42kB
  • 1963 Avanti 57kB, front
  • 1963 Avanti 48kB, rear
  • 1963 Avanti 48kB, side
  • 1971 Avanti 27kB
  • GT-Hawk 111kB
  • Stutz
  • 1912 Bearcat 107kB
  • Bearcat 64kB
  • Bearcat 56kB
  • 1932 Bearcat 165kB
  • Tucker
  • one of the 51 build 112kB
  • rear view 95kB
  • Unknown
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  • Unknown2
    Who knows which cars are these! Please mail your answers to the guy who asks me: Larry Norton, E- mail : larrywn@flash.net
  • Vector
  • Vector 57kB
  • 1994 WX3 133kB
  • 1994 WX3 73kB
  • 1994 WX3 68kB, open model
  • Various Vintage Marques
  • 1911 Alco Four Pass. Speedster 72kB
  • 1912 Alfonso Model 15T 137kB
  • 1908 Brush Model B Runabout 213kB
  • 1909 Hupmobile 84kB
  • 1913 Imp Cyclecar 1163kB
  • 1900 Mobile Steamer 140kB
  • 1913 National Series V Four Cyl. 140kB
  • 1904 Orient Buckboard 90kB
  • 1911 Rauch & Lang Electric Coupe 140kB
  • 1909 Sears High-Wheel Buggy 186kB
  • 1902 White-Stanhope 148kB
  • 1900 Winton 108kB
  • 1908 Zimmerman High-Wheel Buggy 169kB
  • Wills
  • 1921 Wills Sainte Claire Roadster 17kB, description
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    Last modified October 13, 2000