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1942 Oldsmobile B44 Station Wagon
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (94 items)

BODY TYPE: Woody

Oldsmobile’s revised B-44 front end with its very busy styling was somewhat at odds with the earlier woody body but the overall effect was reasonably successful in this truncated model year, before the company went over to producing aircraft parts....

£160.00
1948 Packard Limousine
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (96 items)

BODY TYPE: Limousine

Henney built Packard’s long wheelbase models including ambulances and hearses as well as limousines although a good number of these cars were actually built by Briggs. Packard’s 1948 models were initially applauded then quickly ridiculed as the short-lived ‘bath-tub’ style...

£165.00
1947 Chrysler Windsor Town & Country 4-Door Sedan
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AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Woody

Chrysler’s fabulous woody! Chrysler originally promised a whole range of woodies but only two made it to production, the sedan and convertible. Powered by an L Head 250 cu inch six engine just over 2,600 examples were built at a...

£242.00
1942 DeSoto 4-Door Sedan (Gunmetal)
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (9 items)

BODY TYPE: Sedan

DeSoto’s famous ‘Airfoil’ hidden headlamps were the big news in this abbreviated model year as more important events were looming. ‘Out of sight, except at night’ was the slogan for a model that was only built in comparatively small numbers....

£160.00
1941 Buick M-71C Roadmaster Convertible Phaeton
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (165 items)

BODY TYPE: Phaeton

Buick’s line-up was destined for great changes in 1942 and it would not be until after the end of hostilities that Harley Earl’s new designs would be fully appreciated. 1941 marked the last year of Phaeton styling for Buick and...

£155.00
1937 Chrysler Imperial C-14 2 Door Convertible
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (98 items)

BODY TYPE: Convertible

”You get the good things from Chrysler” ran the company line in the 1930s. Good things included independent front suspension, ride stabilizer, a ‘floating ride’ and Automatic Overdrive. The convertible was a rare beast with only 351 produced at a...

£150.00
1940 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (6 items)

BODY TYPE: Coupe

Lincoln Zephyr design was inspired by Tom Tjaarda whose name would also be associated with Tatra. However, the distinctive front end design was the work of Ford Stylist E T Gregorie. Built largely by Briggs the Zephyr had a newly...

£145.00
1940 Buick M59 Station Wagon
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (37 items)

BODY TYPE: Woody

Buick built less than 500 Woody wagons in a one year run. Biehl Body Co. of Reading Pennsylvania was responsible for this beautiful automobile. This particular car was owned by Warner Brothers and appeared in the 1942 movie ‘Now Voyager’,...

£155.00
1942 Oldsmobile 98 B44 Sedanette
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (20 items)

BODY TYPE: Sedanette

On January 1st 1942 Oldsmobile Motor Works officially became Oldsmobile Division of General Motors. The B44 marked the 44th year of Oldsmobile production and the ‘B’ stood for ‘Better Built’, thus the nomenclature did not allude to aircraft production as...

£150.00
1947 Cadillac Series 75 Seven Passenger Sedan-M7533
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (98 items)

BODY TYPE: Sedan

Oddly enough in the years immediately following the war and in a time of austerity there were more variations of the luxury 75 series than the lesser models, although of course every Cadillac required deep pockets to park one on...

£170.00
1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (198 items)

BODY TYPE: Coupe

In 1932 Ford was in crisis with poor sales so drastic action was needed. The excellent V8 engine was improved and new styling by Edsel Ford ensured the new 1933 models were an instant success. Little changed for 1934, eight...

£135.00
1948 Ford V-8 Station Wagon
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (48 items)

BODY TYPE: Woody

Built at Ford’s Iron Mountain facility in Michigan with a body mainly of wood, top speed of 82mph and costing around $1,972, this was a good value Ford. The downside of 1947 was the death of Henry Ford on April...

£150.00

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