The 1937 Pontiac DeLuxe Eight Convertible Sedan, with an all-steel body, was an impressive option in the medium-priced automobile market. They were rare when new and are rarely seen today. Learn about the 1937 Pontiac DeLuxe Eight Convertible Sedan.
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The 1936 Packard One Twenty was affordable, so those who had always dreamed of owning a Packard now could. Because of declining sales of luxury cars during the Depression, Packard designed this affordable mass-produced car.
The 1930-1934 American Austin is based on the British Austin Seven design. It was offered in roadster runabout cabriolet and coupe models. The first three are far more desirable. Learn more about the classic 1930-1934 American Austin.