The 1955 Willys Bermuda and the 1951 Frazer Standard are among the interesting and perhaps under-appreciated cars of the '50s. Learn more about these unsung classics.
The 1954-1959 Facel Vega FV called a ''classy Franco-American hybrid GT'' could go up to 130 mph. Styling was probably influenced by the Simca Sport and other cars built by Facel in the late '40s and early '50s. Read more about this collectible car.
The 1949-1952 Crosley Convertible & Wagon was one of the last of the cars "for the forgotten man" -- increasingly forgotten by shoppers in the bigger-is-better mentality of the early '50s. Read more about the 1949-1952 Crosley Convertible & Wagon.
A great American sporting car, the 1953-1955 Cunningham C-3 is a thoroughbred by any yardstick. It was one of two American cars named among the world's ten best designs by Arthur Drexler of the New York Museum of Modern Art. Read more about this classic car.
The 1952-1959 Allard Palm Beach was an unsuccessful try at a smaller, lighter, cheaper car to replace its V-8-powered roadsters. It was built around a tubular frame and a short wheelbase. Learn more about the 1952-1959 Allard Palm Beach.