The 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza followed in the footsteps of the Monza Spyder. The Corvair boasted many sporty features including an option 180-bhp turbocharged engine. Learn more about this rare classic convertible.
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Crosley cars created unique models from the sporty Hotshot to the handy FarmORoad. Founder Powel Crosley, Jr. entered the auto industry in 1939. Read about the history of the now-defunct Crosley company.
The 1933 V-8 Cabriolet with its sleek lines and styling marked the end of Ford's line of 4-cylinder cars. The V-8 Cabriolet came equipped with Ford's ‘’flathead’’ V-8 engine. Learn more about this classic convertible.