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.
The 1937 Cord 812 once owned by Tom Mix, the 1930s cowboy movie star. The actor was killed at the wheel of the supercharged Cord in October 1940; the car was repaired after the crash and restored in 2010. Beyond its repute as a so-called death car, Mix’s Cord has distinctive custom features, including an external-mount spare tire.
The 1960 DiDia 150 was a luxury, custom-designed iconic, handmade car also known as the "Dream Car" forever associated with its second owner, singer Bobby Darin. Built in Detroit, Michigan, clothing designer Andrew 'Andy' Di Dia designed this "unrestrained and unconventional" automobile. Only one example was ever built.