Classic Cars Of America
A Few Classic Cars Of America
Over a 100 years old, Model T is arguably one of the most important classic cars of America. That car was responsible for revolutionizing the automobile industry, manufacturing process and literally put the world on wheels. Many to be had, It’s still one of the classic cars of the world.
In the twenties and the thirties, there were lots of luxury brands on both sides of the ocean and then there was Duesenberg as the greatest of them all. With build quality that was second to none, fantastic styling and unbelievable power, Duesenberg J was achieving new heights.
Debuted in 1934, Airflow was one of first mass produced streamlined cars which incorporated modern technology with principles of aerodynamics. It was ahead of its time and ultimately was a sales flop, but it did leave a huge mark on the automobile industry.
The greatest what if story in motoring history. On one side there was a brave and innovative Tucker and on the other there were Detroit’s big three which felt very threatened by the fantastic new car. Unfortunately, Tucker lost the battle against the much stronger enemy.
The first and the best true American sports car has debuted in 1953 and is still going strong with over a million made. Always with powerful engines, fiberglass body and seductive styling, the Corvette was a dream car of many generations of car lovers in America.
The Tri Five stands for full size Chevrolet models build between 1955 and 1957 which combined classic cars of America with another American legend, the small block V8 engine. Tri Fives were one of the first automobiles that kids of all ages found to be cool and they wanted.
Nothing is more classic and describes the American ’50s styling as the ’59 Eldorado. With the biggest fins in history, 345 bhp, two tons and driving dynamics of a small boat, this is an automobile in excess and opulence at its finest. You just can’t stop yourself from loving it.
The Mustang was a revolutionary car for American industry with compact dimensions, traditional V8 engines and almost European styling which appealed to a wide range of buyers. It was the right car built at the right time and it has been sold in millions.
This first true muscle car was a legend right from it’s inception. Big power in a light car was a simple but very effective concep and it opened the doors for a whole new generation of muscle cars. The new market helped establish Pontiac’s sporting image for years to come.
Born from a legendary military Jeep Willys which helped beat Nazis, Wrangler is the definitive American off road vehicle. With the go anywhere and do anything attitude, the glorious design has changed much for decades. Wrangler has an everlasting appeal to fans and collectors alike.