1930s Classic Cars
The 1930s was a period of massive expansion in the auto industry. Learn about the Bugatti, Fords, Packards and other classic cars from the the 1930s in this section.
1930 Buick Series 40 Phaeton
1938 Buick Series 80
1939 Buick Century
1933 Cadillac V-16 Convertible Victoria
1938 Cadillac Sixty-Special
1931 Chevrolet Series AE Station Wagon
1934 Ford DeLuxe Roadster
1934 Ford DeLuxe Five-Window Coupe
1934 Ford DeLuxe Fordor
1938-1988 Jaguar Sedans
1933 Packard Twelve Sport Phaeton
1937-1942 Packard Darrin
1934 Packard Twelve Sport Phaeton by LeBaron
1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe
1932 Plymouth PB Sport Roadster
1932 Plymouth PA Rumble-Seat Coupe
1930 Pontiac 6-30-8
1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine
1939 Studebaker Champion
1938 Studebaker State President Coupe
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1934-1937 Chrysler Airflow
1928-1934 Duesenberg J-Series
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A car for "every purse and purpose" was the aim of General Motors chief Alfred Sloan in the 1920s, which inspired the company to make the 1930 Pontiac 6-30-8.
The 1931-1933 Chrysler Imperial Eight cemented Chrysler's luxury-car credentials. Unfortunately for Chrysler, their introduction coincided with the depths of the Great Depression. Check out this profile, pictures, and specs for the Imperial Eight.
The 1930 Chrysler 70 Roadster was the result of an instinct that saved the Chrysler Company. Walter Chrysler had an instinct to revamp his product line in 1930. It was an instinct that paid off. Learn more about the dreamy 1930 Chrysler 70 Roadster.
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.