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 1948-1949 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Convertible/Sedanet was one of the most graceful cars of the postwar era. Widely recognized for excellence, this car is in high-demand on the collector market. Learn more about the Cadillac Series Sixty-Two.

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To drive the 1941-1947 Packard Clipper is to experience prewar American production-car design at its most advanced. It would have been very successful had World War II not halted production. See pictures and read about this classic car.

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