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  • Kona Handyman

    A pair of custom built Cadillacs built by Maurice Schwartz. The top photo depicts the a four door limousine built for for shoe magnate Harry Karl as a present for his wife, movie star Marie McDonald. The lower photo is cowboy star Gene Autry's six door limousine, similar to 1946 six door woodie built earlier for a movie studio.

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Cary Grant parked on the fender of his 1941 Buick Century, NO WAIT, he's my all time favorite!!

One of a kind 1946 Chrysler two door Woodie convertible. Planned by Chrysler but never built, this car was built in 1996 by a collector.

  • Hiptopia Speed & Chrome

    Chrysler built two door woody convertibles up to 1950. they are called Town & Country in various model configurations.

Will Rogers, Shirley Temple, 1930s - The 2 biggest movie stars of the day.

Buick Limo Built For Shirley Temple.

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1957 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Scaglietti Coupe - Only 34 of these cars were ever made - Each of the 34 cars were hand built by Sergio Scaglietti - No two cars were ever the same

Bobby Darin paid $150,000 in 1963 for his "Dream Car" (that's the equivalent of $1,147,789.00 in 2013!). The vehicle was built buy a friend of Bobby's and took seven years to complete.

  • Richard Kay

    Interesting car. I love the wings and bubble glass window.

Gene Kelly and Barbara Laage in the Happy Road from 1957. Plot summary from IMDB: An American boy and a French girl run away from a Swiss private school making for Paris to reunite with their parents. The boy's father (Gene Kelly) and the girl's mother (Barbara Laage) join forces, despite cultural differences, to search for their kids.