CADİLLAC TYPE 59 CONCEPTCARZ 1921

After World War I, sales at Cadillac continued to grow and by the early 1920s, Cadillac production was scattered among 70 different buildings around Detroit. That year, the General Motors division moved to its new Clark Avenue facility on the city’s west side. Due to the tremendous logistics involved, the ...

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FORD 81 A WOODY STATION WAGON FIVE DOOR 1938

1938 Ford DeLuxe Station Wagon Model 81A. 85 bhp, 221 cu. in. L-head V-8 engine, three-speed manual, solid front axle and live rear axle with transverse semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 112 in. Sympathetic restoration to preserve originality Rebuilt 24-stud engine New Coach Maroon paint The ...

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1931 Chrysler Imperial convertible by LeBaron

1931–1933 The Chrysler Imperial was redesigned in 1931. The car received a new engine, a 384.84-cubic inch (6308.85 cc) Straight-eight engine. Marketing materials for this generation of Imperial referred to the car as the “Imperial 8”, in reference to the new in-line 8-cylinder engine. The engine would be found in many other ...

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JAGUAR C-X75

Created to celebrate 75 years of Jaguar, Project C-X75 is the ultimate expression of the brand’s design and engineering innovation. While not planned for production, the C-X75 concept will be used for continuing research and development of future Jaguar technologies. The C-X75 was revealed as a concept at the 2010 ...

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BMW M1 Hommage

When BMW debuted the M1 Hommage concept, back in 2008, the Internet exploded with the staggeringly high expectations of what a futuristic BMW M1 would be like. Understandably so, as the original BMW M1 is one of the greatest mid-engined supercars ever made, and possibly the first accessible one. The ...

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Mercedes Benz SF1

End of last year we presented the Mercedes-Benz SF1 concept car, designed by Steel Drake. At the time the concept was not entirely done, yet still got a lot of attention around the web and even in print. Therefore the designer decided to put a little more work into the ...

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MG A.1600 ( BMC.) ROADSTER 1960

History of the 1960 – 1961 MG MGA The MGA was a true leap into the modern age for MG when it was launched at the Earls Court motor show in 1955. From the exposed running boards and mudguards of the outgoing TF, MG moved to a sleek, low-slung and ...

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CADILLAC SERIES 75 LASALLE COUPE 1936

The Cadillac series 36-60, a new model for 1936 was more than a LaSalle, but less than a full size Cadillac. It had the same concept as the LaSalle, but with the Cadillac name. It was smaller, shorter, lighter, less powerful, less expensive, but with full Cadillac quality. It was ...

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CADILLAC 1930–1937

1930–1937 The new car attracted rave reviews from the press and huge public attention. Cadillac started production of the new car immediately. January production averaged a couple of cars per day, but was then ramped up to twenty-two cars per day. By April, 1,000 units had been built, and by ...

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