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Pick of the day: Living history 1912 Metz roadster for Sale | ClassicCars.com | Listing ID: CC-1145697 | #DriveYourDream | #PickoftheDay

Pick of the day: Living history 1912 Metz roadster for Sale | ClassicCars.com | Listing ID: CC-1145697 | #DriveYourDream | #PickoftheDay

1937 Hudson Terraplane Utility Coupe @ Collector cars for sale

1937 Hudson Terraplane Utility Coupe Can drive anywhere, needs nothing and has plenty of power. Initial restoration completed in 1990 “Ultimate” wiring harness installed/converted to 12 Volt system. Mustang II front suspension. Chevy 400 cc small block. 400 Turbo transmission with shift kit. 8.8″ Ford rear end. Power front disc and rear drum brakes. 15″...

1931 Cord L-29 Cabriolet | Photographed on July 27, 2013 dur… | Flickr

Photographed on July 27, 2013 during the RM classic car auction, Held on the grounds of the St. John's Inn and Conference Center in Plymouth, Michigan in conjuction with the Concours d'Elegance of America at St. John's. View my collections on flickr here: Collections Press "L" for a larger image on black.

These well-known horse-drawn wagon builders started making electric and small gas cars in Indiana in 1902. Two years later, they offered larger cars and limousines with four-cylinder engines. By 1927, Studebaker graduated to large six-cylinder engines, with two-tone paint, rumble seats, and the name Dictator as a model, preceding Commander and then President. After World War II, the company faltered until the introduction of the small Lark in 1958, which restored cash flow.

Nothing lasts forever. Today we have Detroit's Big Three, but in the early days of the car industry there were thousands of different manufacturers that eventually went broke, merged, collapsed, or disappeared. Here are 10 worth remembering.

1911 Breese Paris roadster

As an automotive marque, Breese may be unfamiliar to even the most passionate Brass Era enthusiasts. Founded by an American engineer in Paris, France, in 1911, Breese built as many as 65 automobiles before production halted in 1912. Today, just two are known to survive, and both -- the 1911 Breese P...

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