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The WWII era was a tumultuous time for car manufacturers, yet produced some truly exemplary models, including the Volkswagon Beetle, the Ford V-8 and the MG T series, among others
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The 1949 Lincoln Convertible Coupe came in three body styles: coupe four-door sedan and convertible. Many design elements were borrowed from the Mercury line of cars, which is Lincoln's sister division in the Ford Company. See the 1949 Lincoln Convertible Coupe.

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1947-1948 Crosley Convertible & Wagon

The 1947-1948 Crosley Convertible & Wagon the first of the postwar Crosleys debuted a more "grownup" styling. Crosley scored record one-year production in 1948 -- some 10 times better than its prewar best. Read more about this classic car.

1949 Ford

The 1949 Ford was the result of an intense design competition with controversy over who gets credit for certain elements. This was the first modern Ford the company produced after the death of Henry Ford in 1947. Learn about the 1949 Ford.

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