The 1902 Panhard and Levassor was an early entry to the field of automobiles, but it had a lasting impact. The Panhard rod, which was featured on this car, was famous for locating rear axles in the lateral plane. Learn about the 1902 Panhard and Levassor.
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The 1929 Chevrolet Series AC International was a six-cylinder at the price of a four. Ten different body styles were offered, which made this line of cars look more expensive than they actually were. Learn about the 1929 Series AC.
The 1928 Nash Advanced Six Coupe was a product of the 'Roaring Twenties.' 1928 was Nash's best year of the decade as 138,137 cars were built, good for 3.67 percent of the market. See photos and read about this classic car.