The 1929 Chevrolet International AC Coupe was the first six-cylinder engine introduced by the company since 1915. The new six made international headlines and spurred Chevy's domination of the low-priced car market. Read about this classic car.
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The 1922 Wills Sainte Claire A-68 Roadster was the creation of C. Harold Wills after he left the Ford Motor Company. Wills used his earnings from Ford to startup his own company. How did his car do? Find out in this article.
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.