WHAT'S INSIDE: 1930S

The 1930s was a period of massive expansion in the auto industry. Learn about the Bugatti, Fords, Packards and other classic cars from the the 1930s in this section.
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  • Buick
  • Cadillac
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  • Jaguar
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FEATURED: 1930S
Be Your Own Mechanic

The 1939 Buick Century had one more horsepower than a Cadillac and several industry innovations. This "first muscle car" combined a small body with a 120 horsepower straight eight-cylinder engine. Find out more about the 1939 Buick Century.

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1932 DeSoto SC Custom

The 1932 DeSoto SC Custom was considered dramatic for its time; all 1932s are somewhat rare today. Read about the rise and fall of DeSoto over its short history, its slow decline during the Depression, and the details of the 1932 DeSoto SC Custom.

1930-1940 Cadillac V-16

The Cadillac V-16 lasted for 11 years, a longer production run than any other car with more than eight cylinders. The first models offered a broad choice of V-16 body styles. Follow the story of the Sixteen and see pictures of this classic.

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