The 1940-1941 Packard Super Eight/One Sixty Convertibles offered traditional Packard styling and a top-notch engine. The magnificent 356-cid straight eight engine produced 165 horsepower. Learn more about this classic.
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The 1946 Chrysler Continental Coupe was a special model built by Derham Custom Body Works for Chrysler at a cost of $17,000. Only two were ever built! Learn more about the rare Chrysler Continental Coupe.
The Buick Super convertible coupe was a major contributor to Buick's success in 1941. It was second only to Ford in popularity. Read about what made this car so attractive to American drivers and view pictures of this classic.