1936-7 Cord 810-812 Beverly Sedan - Gordon Buehrig's streamline moderne spectre, napping in the winter sun and dust of Insulbrick alley. According to Mike Lamm and Dave Holls' stupendous A Century of Automotive Style, Buehrig, during a brief time away from Duesenberg, was voted winner of a 1933 GM design competition by Art & Colour cohorts Tom Hibbard, Jules Agramonte, Jack Morgan and Frank Hershey - leaders of the teams he'd been competing against. Harley Earl, along with the Fisher Brothers and GM execs who made up the official judging team, put him dead last. Which hastened Buehrig's return to Indiana, where his simplified and refined GM proposal became the Cord, to prove to Mr. Earl that a car didn't need a face to be very, very beautiful.
1948-50 Packard Eight Station Sedan.
1935 Cadillac V16 Fleetwood 2p Coupe, 1 of 2, w/ 1965 Michigan Historic Vehicle plates. Kodacolor print.
1957 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible, 1 of 630, w/ 1974 Minnesota plates, its original fuel injection apparatus most likely in a cardboard box that I know is around here somewhere...