crazyforcars:

Lincoln Continental

crazyforcars:

Lincoln Continental

1929 Bentley Speed Six Drophead Coupe with custom coachwork by Saoutchik. Not my cup of tea, but the bi-plane bumpers and door handles are neat. 

1929 Bentley Speed Six Drophead Coupe with custom coachwork by Saoutchik. Not my cup of tea, but the bi-plane bumpers and door handles are neat. 

1929 Hispano Suiza H6B Cabriolet with custom coachwork by the duo of Hibbard & Darrin. Such fascinating details, particularly the headlamps and disc wheels. 

1929 Hispano Suiza H6B Cabriolet with custom coachwork by the duo of Hibbard & Darrin. Such fascinating details, particularly the headlamps and disc wheels. 

packardbaker:

1929 family photo, Duesenberg model J with it’s little brother Cord L’29.

Amazing period photograph.

packardbaker:

1929 family photo, Duesenberg model J with it’s little brother Cord L’29.

Amazing period photograph.

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crazyforcars:

Big, beautiful, proud Imperial

Love this generation. It’s a Chrysler I’d actually buy.

crazyforcars:

Big, beautiful, proud Imperial

Love this generation. It’s a Chrysler I’d actually buy.

crazyforcars:

Mighty, mighty Duesenberg.

A stunning LeBaron convertible sedan body.

crazyforcars:

Mighty, mighty Duesenberg.

A stunning LeBaron convertible sedan body.

packardbaker:

This Murphy bodied 1931 Duesenberg sold for 10.3 million in 2011, partially because of its history. The only one ever made in this fixed top style, George Whittell Jr. ordered it new and was famous for bringing his pet lion along for rides in it and his five other Duesenbergs.

More credit is due to this car. It’s incredibly remarkable and has many customizations. Franklin Hershey, the gentleman who designed be car on behalf of the Walter M. Murphy Company, was incredibly talented.

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desertmotors:

1935 Lincoln Model K Convertible#bestofdesertmotors - 15 of 50

Body by Lebaron.  

desertmotors:

1935 Lincoln Model K Convertible
#bestofdesertmotors - 15 of 50

Body by Lebaron.  

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crazyforcars:

First (1961) and last (1967) year of the 4-door convertible.

Not sure how I feel about the wide whites on this car.

Not sure how I feel about the wide whites on this car.

(Source: dolce-vita-lifestyle, via automobilesmenglamourandshit)