|1937 Cord Phaeton|
|1954 Kaiser Darrin|
Legendary cars, one of a kind cars, and insanely beautiful cars peppered the collection.
There was a Tucker, a car once owned by Jimmy Cagney, a Thunderbolt, a Stutz, A Brewster, and a Kurtis, to name a few. Each car was outstanding, and each one had a history.
The tour guide was pretty amazing, he went through the entire collection giving the history of each car.As usual, I fell in love with one or two. Like this 1941 Lincoln Continental with it's opera windows and clear plexiglass removable top!
|1941 Lincoln customized by it's owner Raymond Loewy, an industrial designer|
|Look at the shine on this 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt!|
One of the nice things about the Classic Car Club of America is that you don’t even have to own a classic car. I certainly don’t. I don’t currently own any sort of an ‘old’ car (except the one I drive).
But as it states on their website:You don't need to own a Classic car to enjoy our web site or become a member of our club.
We embrace individuals who share our interests, appreciate the camaraderie and who support the goals of the club.
Join us in the fun of the Classic Era.
And Classic it was! Looking at these cars, it's easy to understand how people fell in love with them. Todays cars are so blah comparatively and look pretty much alike. but back in the day... wow!
The Classic Car Club of
a Classic as a “Fine” or “Distinctive” automobile, American or foreign built,
produced between 1925 and 1948. Generally, a Classic was high-priced when new
and was built in limited quantities. A complete list can be found on their
website. http://classiccarclub.org/grand_classics/approved_classics.html America
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