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.
The 1931-1935 Buick Eight is a Classic. Indeed all Series 90s from 1931 on are recognized Classics; no other models are although individual custom bodies may be certified. The coupes are more sought after by collectors than sedans. Learn about this classic car.
The designated CCCA Classic 1936-1942 Buick Series 80/90 Limited was a finely crafted huge car with a lush interior. Learn more about the engine and specifications of this limited edition car.
Although the 1936-1942 Buick Series 60 Century is not a certified Classic, it's one of the best all-around Buicks of the period with fine styling and good performance. Two-door sedans are the most sought-after models. Learn more about this excellent car.
1932-1938 Ford V-8 open models and wagons are beautiful and desirable cars. Ford brought out the wonderful little V-8 only four years after the Model A debuted, and it was a tremendous buy for the money. Learn more about this highly collectible car.
The 1934-1939 Alfa Romeo 6C2300 offered a wide variety of body styles. Although not as fast, the 6C2300 was more civilized than the firm's contemporary eight-cylinder monster. See pictures and get detailed specs for the 1934-1939 Alfa Romeo 6C2300.
The 1930-1934 Bugatti Type 49, which has achieved CCCA Classic status, is without a doubt a collectible car. Practical and versatile by Bugatti standards, the 1930-1934 Bugatti Type 49 was not really intended for competition. Learn about this classic car.
The production of 1938-1940 Cadillac Series 90 Sixteens was never more than a few hundred per year. This particular model is rare, but it is slightly easier to acquire than the pre-1938 models. Get more details on this rare classic-status Caddy.
The 1930-1937 Cadillac Sixteen was the all-time great among Cadillacs. This car has a very high investment and appreciation potential due to the scarcity of each body style. Read about the investment and appreciation potential for this CCCA Classic.
The 1930-1937 Cadillac Twelve was known for its elegant body style and smooth, even power. However, it is not quite a Sixteen and always takes an unfair back seat in comparisons. Get details on this CCCA Classic.
The 1930-1935 Cadillac Eight was the high point of Cadillac luxury and design. However, they are extremely expensive and are usually reserved for the wealthiest collectors. Get detailed specifications on this certified CCCA Classic collectible.
Oldsmobile only produced a handful of L-38s in 1938, but they were stylish and well-respected. The redesigned grille and factory-sidemounted spare tire complemented its sleek look. Learn more about this classic convertible.
The 1930 Oldsmobile F-30 introduced during the Depression had a conservative styling that helped it sell. Dual-sidemounted spare tires and a rear-mounted trunk were fitted to upper models. Learn about this classic convertible.
The 1930-1939 Cadillac models established Cadillac as a leader in luxury automobile design. From the Cadillac Sixteen in 1930 to the classic 1938 Cadillac Sixty Special, learn how Cadillac became a giant among luxury automakers.