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Buick Special 1956 images

The Buick Special is the full sized entry level offering from 1936 until the end of 1958, when its replaced by the LeSabre. This 1956 version is powered by a 322 cu in (5.3 L) V8 engine putting out 250 HP.  The three vent ports located along the side of each fender, to the front of

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Cadillac 1954 to 1956 Series 62

The series 62 Cadillac, for 1954, is closer to the ground and sleeker looking than its predecessors. The front fascia sports bullet shaped guards mounted on the inverted gull-wing styled front bumper and the new windshield is a wraparound Eldorado style for all trim levels. The sedans have a unique reveal molding looking like an

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Cadillac Series 62 – 1951 images

The Cadillac series 62 was made from 1940 through 1964, although the “62” is altered to “6200” series in 1959. The more uptown Coup[e De Ville 1951 series 62 sports more chrome; including full length chromed rocker panels and the scripted logo on the rear roof pillar. The engine under the hood of this ’51 is

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Cadillac 1954 – 1956 generation four series 62

The Series 62 Cadillac, fourth generation is at the forefront in luxurious and new innovations for the 1954 model year. The sedans unique window revel molding gives a sun-visor effect and the coupes have a “Florentine” style backlit rear window with a smooth, curved look. All units have a full width vent across the cowling

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Chevrolet Bel-Air G2 1955-57

The buzz words in the Chevy ad campaigns for the newly styled 1955 Bel-Air were “The Hot One,” and the car did create some hot controversy among enthusiasts. This full-sized Chevrolet got full marks for handling from Motor Trend, while Popular Mechanics liked the comfort, quick acceleration, and excellent visibility the hot one offered. The

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