The 1935-1936 Plymouth models were a solid success that advanced style and engineering of cars for the common man. A stronger chassis and revised suspension system improved the overall ride and handling of the '35 Plymouth. Learn more about these Plymouths.
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The 1957 Lincoln Premiere's proven formula wasn't drastically changed except for the rear fender’s lofty fins. The Premiere's 368-cubic-inch V-8 produced an even 300 horsepower. Learn about this classic convertible.
The 1948-1949 Hudson Super Eight featured great Step-Down design and eight-cylinder performance. It was the cheaper of Hudson's two eight-cylinder series in this period. Get details and specs on this collectible car here.