1911 Ford Model T Roadster

All Model Ts were supplied with tops, windshields and brass headlamps with acetylene gas generators as standard equipment. Brass kerosene side lamps and taillights were also standard.

 

1914 Saxon Roadster

Saxon Motor Cars were built from 1914 until 1922. The first car was a 2 seat runabout with a 2-speed transmission and a 4 cylinder engine.

 

1919 Ford Model TT (Ton Truck)

After watching his Model T cars get turned into trucks for several years, Henry Ford finally decided he wanted some of the action. Rated at one ton, it was based on the Model T, but had a heavier frame and axel with standard gearing. No more than 15 MPH was recommended.

 

1922 Model T Speedster

This is a model T-3, meaning it is the 3rd generation of the Ford Model T's. The Model T-3 comprises roughly half of all Model T's ever built in varying body styles. The Speedster was one of these body styles.

 

1923 Ford Model T Depot Hack

These vehicles were used at train depots to transport travelers to their accomodations. The first station wagons were a product of the age of train travel. "Depot Hack" is short for Hackney Carriage.

 

1923 Ford Model T Runabout Roadster

This is a model T-3, meaning it is the 3rd generation of the Ford Model T's. The Model T-3 comprises roughly half of all Model T's ever built in varying body styles. The speedster was one of these body styles.

 

1926 Ford Model T Coupe

In July, 1925, the "Improved Ford" marked the first major restyling of the Model T since 1917, making these Fords unique during the era of the Model T.

 

1928 Chrysler 2 Door Deluxe Coupe

The Series 52 was a continuation of the Chrysler 50. Styling differences included bullet-shaped headlights, a center mounted tracking head lamp, and the new style visor for closed cars.

 

1929 Ford Model A Pickup

The Ford Model A Pickup was introduced in 1928. Ford was looking to attract depression-era customers and introduced a number of innovative improvements including roll-up window that retracted into the doors, a pivoting windshield for occupant ventilation and an outside rear view mirror for safety. 

 

1929 Ford Model A Roadster

The Ford Model A of 1928–1931 was a huge success. The Model A was the first car to have safety glass in the windshield.

 

1930 Ford Model A Coupe

This new style Ford Model A was the first Ford to use the standard set of driver controls with conventional clutch and brake pedals. By naming this auto his New Model A, Henry Ford decided to forgo the alphabetical order which he previously used, which would have been "U", to name his vehicles because he advertised that "The New Model A is so far advanced from the old model Ts that I had to move back to the letter "A".

 

1932 Chrysler CP-8

This 1932 4 door sedan has a straight 8 cylinder motor with a standard transmission and weighs 3,800 pounds.

 

1932 Ford De Luxe 3-Window Coupe

This De Luxe Coupe has a double drop frame, synchronized gear shifting, and was the first car to have a flat head V8 engine.

 

1939 Ford De Luxe Coupe

De Luxe Fords had a banjo steering wheel, a glove box, and a clock, which were not found on other models. This coupe is a three passenger car.

1955 Buick Special

The Buick Special was a low cost entry level car from Buick, starting at $2,233, which accounted for more than half of Buick's total sales for 1955. It had heavy chrome bumpers up front with "Dagmars" and a new-for-'55 mesh grille making the driver feel very self-assured.

1955 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria Glasstop

The name "Fairlane" was taken from Henry Ford's estate, Fair Lane, near Dearborn, MI. The "Glasstop Vicky" lasted only two years, with sales slipping sharply as customers realized the trouble of keeping the car cool.

1955 Ford Thunderbird

Ford designed the Thunderbird to compete with Chevrolet's Corvette. The T-Bird had a larger, more powerful V8 engine than the Corvette.

1959 Ford Fairlane Galaxie Skyliner

The Skyliner was produced from 1957 until 1959. Skyliners had a complex mechanism which folded the front of the roof and retracted it under the rear decklid.

1969 Ford Mustang Cobra JET

This Mach 1 is an early, very rare high performance "Drag Pack" version of the Ford Mustang. The Mach 1 was available with no less than 7 different engine options. The most powerful engine option was the 428 Big Block Super Cobra Jet Ram Air engine. 

2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition

New for 2006, the limited edition "Heritage" GT weighs 3,485 pounds and has a top speed of 205 MPH.

 

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