Collectible Automobile 1988 February 1949-51 Ford 1932-8 Terraplane Corvette

Collectible Automobile 1988 February 1949-51 Ford 1932-8 Terraplane Corvette

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Collectible Automobile 1988 February 1949-51 Ford 1932-8 Terraplane Corvette
Collectible Automobile 1988 February
1932-38 Terraplane: Hudson's Low-Priced Land-Flyer8
With production down 81 percent in two years, a desperate Hudson battled the Depression with a brash newcomer, the '32 Essex Terraplane. It undercut Ford's V-8 by $35 and boasted the best power-to-weight ratio of any production car in the world. Arch Brown relates its early success and eventual decline.
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1960 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster24
"'60 CORVETTE . . . more than ever, the pure definition of a sports car." So boasted Chevrolet, and rightly so. A purist could order a no-nonsense, ultra-high-performance 'Vette simply by adding the 315-bhp fuel-injected V-8 and close-ratio four speed to the order form-and by deleting most everything else.
1949-51 Ford: "A Ford in Your Future . .. With a Future Built In"28
In 1946, Ford Motor Company was hemorrhaging about $10 million per month. Clearly, the firm's future would depend on its first all-new postwar Ford. The '49 debuted with modern suspension, improved V-8, beautiful slab-sided styling-and a host of quality control problems. Tim Howley tells why.
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1971 Continental Mark III50
Fresh from his successful Mustang launch, Lee Iacocca was ready to take on the upcoming '67 Cadillac Eldorado. Work thus began on a personal-luxury Lincoln, the Mark III. Enthusiasts weren't impressed when it bowed in 1968, but the public loved it, and by 1971 Mark III was selling nose-to-nose with Eldorado.
1955-56 Dodge La Femme: "By Appointment to Her Majesty-The American Woman"      54
Show cars of the Fifties often boasted features and styling targeted to the femine sensibility. Women responded, which encouraged Dodge to bring out a production car-the La Femme-designed specifically for "Her Royal Majesty." It bombed. Tony Lindsey explains why the American woman wasn't impressed.

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