Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Some Really Awesome Classic Cars

As we know, a thing of beauty is a joy forever.
I contest that a thing of beauty is only a joy so long as it is able to be viewed.
Here are some pictures of some truly beautiful cars that are rarely seen at all any more.
(For some reason I can't get the pics to line up right with their names. I'll try again later. I apologize for the confusion).
1938 Buick
1971 Buick Rivera Boattail

1951 Studebaker Champion


1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser

1951 Hudson Hornet

1959 Chevrolet Brookwood Stationwagon

1956 Ford Sunliner

1955 Nash Rambler Cross Country Wagon

1958 Lincoln Premier

1954 Dodge FireArrow

1954 Buick Wildcat II

1953 Buick Wildcat

1951 Chrysler K310

1951 Buick Lesabre
1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt

1958 Edsel Convertible

Which one is your favorite?


Carrie and Karl said...

I like the 1951 Chrysler K310. My favorites are really the old trucks though.

Living on the Spit said...

That 1953 Buick Widcat is really hot! I'd love one in bright pink!

HWMs Dad is a car collector and has some cars in storage in Virginia Beach. He leases them out for movies and stuff. Really cool! Have you ever been to Jenro's at Haygood for the classic car shows on Saturday nights?


Carrie and Karl said...

Karl agrees with me.

Chuck and Nancy said...

I like the 3 convertibles half way through.

Chuck and Nancy said...

sorry the last comment is Lydia s

Tom and Lillie Wilkinson said...

The '71 riviera. My actual favorite is the Pontiac LeMans/Tempest/GTO or the Pontiac Firebird neither of which were represented in the photo array. Those were some pretty cool cars though. -- Drew

Chet and Liz Hugo said...

My brother had a 71 Riviera, I drove it in high school. We called it the Batmobile because of the boat tail.--Liz