1930 Cadillac V16 Sedan - On January 4, 1930 at the National Automobile Show in New York City Cadillac unveiled the world's first production V16 automobile engine. There were 54 body styles / trim options in the Fleetwood catalogue alone!This car's 452cid, V16 engine produces 175bhp. While the Great Depression kept sales to a little over 4,000 cars in the 10 year period, the war in Europe finally killed V16 production in 1940.
1909 Economy Model G Surrey - Economy Motor Buggy Company was founded in 1908 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In 1909 the company moved to Joliet, Illinois to avoid a patent infringement lawsuit. By 1911 they were out of business. This car has a 24hp 2 cyl. engine and is owned by the great-great grandson of the original owner.
1908 Glide Model G Touring - The Glide automobile was produced by the Bartholomew Company in Peoria Heights, Illinois from 1902-1925. They made a total of 4,500 cars in seven different models along w/ popcorn / peanut roasters & wagons (the other part of the business) This car has a 45hp, 4 cylinder engine and is the only remaining Glide in existence. It is for sale under ebay motors right now under 'cars & trucks'.