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The Gangster Cars of the 1930s

  The 1930s were the golden age of American gangsters. With Al Capone as the poster boy, the mob managed to make stacks of money through any means necessary. Gambling, bootlegging, drugs, extortion, mur...
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5 Mercury Cars of the 40’s

  The Mercury brand of cars was introduced in the mid to late thirties as an option for buyers looking for a car whose price lay somewhere in between Ford and the more expensive Lincoln. With growing de...
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Four Collectable Brass Cars

  After the technology and parts of making a horseless carriage were available from the late 1890's, a huge variety of auto makers emerged in the USA. The period from 1890 to around 1915 represents the ...
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The Classic Cars Collectors Love

  The classic car market is almost unique. All over the world, people come to love certain makes and models with an almost inexplicable level of adoration. Even among the collectors, however, there are ...
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5 Luxury American Cars of the 50’s

  The fifties saw the exponential growth of the American automotive industry. This period saw increased demand for impressive automobile designs as the economy recovered from the crash some years before...
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Cars for Gangsters!

Cars for Gangsters: What were history’s most notorious mobsters driving? While gangsters might not be known for their careful decision making when it comes to obeying the law, many of them have a penchant fo...
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The Five Most Valuable British Cars

  Bentley, Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, Jaguar. British cars are often ranked in the highest echelons when it comes to luxury automobiles. While they might not be able to offer the speed of the Italians o...
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5 Great Classic Pick-ups of the 50’s

  After the end of the World War 2, auto makers in the US were able to get back to commercial vehicle production. Technological advancement also brought with it a raft of new features as well as options...
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5 Ford cars of the 20’s

  The 20’s saw Ford change their vehicle offering from the Ford Model T which had been available since 1908 to the new Ford Model A design, adopted from 1926. 1920 Model T Coupe This two passe...