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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The 1947-1948 Crosley Convertible & Wagon the first of the postwar Crosleys debuted a more "grownup" styling. Crosley scored record one-year production in 1948 -- some 10 times better than its prewar best. Read more about this classic car.
The Muntz Jet was built on the dream of a man known as Earl "Madman" Muntz. Learn about Muntz and find out why a one-shot car by a small company ultimately couldn't compete with established automakers.