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In this video we have cars from the 1930s, ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. Starting with a 1960 Rambler American, it’s followed by a ’37 Ford coupe custom hot rod, a ’56 Buick Roadmaster two door hardtop, and another ’37 Ford, this one a stock convertible sedan. To my eyes, that ’37 Ford convertible sort of prefigures the classic ’39 Continental.
The show also had some 1960s era dealer built muscle cars, like this “Royal Bobcat” 1964 Pontiac 2+2. Royal Pontiac was in Royal Oak, Michigan and it was the dealer who prepped the “ringer” GTOs that Pontiac PR guy Jim Wangers supplied to car magazines for their “testing”.
Following the 2+2 (which are fairly rare Pontiacs in the first place) was a very cheerful looking 1954 Ford Sunliner convertible, in a two tone pink over ivory, followed by another FoMoCo ragtop, a 1947 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet. In 1947, Lincoln was still using the prewar body shell so if you want the look but don’t want to spend the money that the ’39 Continental goes for, you can probably find a nice postwar Continental for not very serious money.