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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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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.

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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.

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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[1] this "unrestrained and unconventional" automobile.[2] Only one example was ever built.

Tim’s 1946 Ford Convertible is one of the two cars built on his hit #TV show “Home Improvement.” #cars in #movies

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.