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crazyforcars:

Wow, I imagine only special cars get transported this way

crazyforcars:

Wow, I imagine only special cars get transported this way

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crazyforcars:

What an unusual color on this 600

mesmomeugenero:

Hudson Italia

mesmomeugenero:

Hudson Italia

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For those of you in the upper Midwest, you should really think about attending the 10,000 Lakes Concours car show in Excelsior, MN (just outside of Minneapolis).  I’ll be volunteering this year, and I’m really looking forward to it!  

A factory photograph of a 1936 Packard Twelve Convertible Sedan.  The disc wheels look particularly nice here.  

A factory photograph of a 1936 Packard Twelve Convertible Sedan.  The disc wheels look particularly nice here.  

The rear seating of a 1931 Packard Model 840 Convertible Sedan with custom coachwork by Dietrich Inc.  It’s one of ten built that year, and I particularly like that it didn’t receive a face lift like so many 1931-model Packards did when the 1932 models came out.  It is odd, though, that this has a wool interior for being an open car.  Leather is what it most likely came with originally, though it was restored by the Nethercutt family years ago, and perhaps they had documentation proving otherwise (since it was a CCCA winner).

1936 Lincoln Model K Stationary Coupe with custom coachwork by LeBaron.  I see a flawless car, from the wide whites to the padded leather top.  The design is so cohesive, and I’ve been in love with this particular car for years, if I’m being honest.  

1936 Lincoln Model K Stationary Coupe with custom coachwork by LeBaron.  I see a flawless car, from the wide whites to the padded leather top.  The design is so cohesive, and I’ve been in love with this particular car for years, if I’m being honest.  

1938 Lincoln Model K Landaulet with custom coachwork by Brunn & Co. On top of it being a landaulet, the roof was raised higher than factory height and is covered in leather.   Stately, in every sense of the word.  

1938 Lincoln Model K Landaulet with custom coachwork by Brunn & Co. On top of it being a landaulet, the roof was raised higher than factory height and is covered in leather.   Stately, in every sense of the word.