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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 1941-1942 Mercury was the last Mercury made during the beginning of World War II. Learn more about this relatively rare collectible muscle car, including specs, engine type and more.

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The 1948 Willys Jeepster was born shortly after World War II. Like the rest of the U.S. auto industry manufacturers, Willys-Overland was eager to resume production for the civilian market after the war ended. Read about the 1948-1951 Willys Jeepster.

1937-1947 Packard Six

The Packard Six was a mid-priced car that was just what the market was looking for. The Six was a medium-priced car that included all of the best features Packard had become famous for. Find history and specifications for the 1937-1947 Packard Six.

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