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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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The 1937-1942 Packard Darrins were designed by Howard A. "Dutch" Darrin. They were quite expensive at the time with a price tag equivalent to six figures today. Learn more about these pricey classics.

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1939-1940 Studebaker Champion

The 1939-1940 Studebaker Champion was a huge commercial success and helped put the one-time struggling carmaker back at the forefront. Read about this innovative passenger car in the low-price field and see pictures of this classic.

1936 Dodge D2 Convertible Sedan

The 1936 Dodge D2 Convertible Sedan was part of the newly designated Series D2 lineup, dubbed the "Beauty Winner" line by Chrysler and featured slightly revised styling carried over from 1935. See pictures and specs of this classic car.

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