The 1950s was exciting era for car manufacturers. America’s post-war designs became sleeker and models like the Ferrari gained popularity overseas. Learn about models from Bentleys and Rolls Royce to the 1950s Jeep models.
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The 1952-1954 Hudson Wasp was an easy-to-handle step-down design. A full line of sedans, club coupe, hardtop and convertible body styles was offered in the 1952 debut series. Get more information on the collectible Hudson Wasps.

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1951, 1952, 1953 Kaiser Traveler

The 1951-1953 Kaiser Traveler was the brainchild of entrepreneur Henry J. Kaiser -- who, it was said, averaged about 100 ideas an hour and about one of them was good. See why this car is the granddaddy of the modern hatchback and get specs for this classic.

1950-1951 Ford Crestliner

The clean-lined, slightly boxy Ford Crestliner was one of the cars that saved Ford Motor Company. As a competitive hardtop model of the postwar era, it was a quality vehicle highly coveted by collectors today. Get specs for this Ford classic.

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