My '64 Thunderbird, lower right, in a lineup of Tbirds, at a Connecticut auto show in 1980.
Side trim and "fuel injection" script of the first year Pontiac Bonneville, the 1957 special edition.
The "flowing" hood and fender lines of the mid 1930s Chrysler Airflow.
Smooth and sleek, the rear trunklid and fins of the 1960 Cadillac Eldorado.
1951 Packard sedan, with optional Cormorant hood ornament, a Packard tradition dating back to the classic period.
1932 Packard. The way the grille shell curves out at the bottom is finely executed art, pure and simple.
1942 Buick. The chrome speedlines and fender extensions on the doors are beautiful examples of prewar styling.