The 1924 Chrysler Model B-70 was the first car by Walter P. Chrysler, and its success lead to the founding of the Chrysler Corporation. Learn about this car and the story behind Chrysler's development of his first car. Learn more.
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The 1916 Chevrolet Series 490 was built to battle Ford's Model T. Cost and delivery time on the 490 were reduced because the car was built in franchised assembly plants. Learn about the 1916 Chevrolet Series 490, including pictures, prices and weight.
The 1924 Oakland 6-54A Four-Passenger Coupe was advertised as the "True Blue Oakland Six." Oakland was the first car to use DuPont's Duco Satin Finish paint and featured four-wheel brakes. See pictures and read about this stunning coupe.