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5 Classic Cars From The Great Gatsby's Roaring 1920s
This 1925 Renault 6 CV NN was one of the cars from The Great Gatsby. Its top speed is only 47 miles per hour. The founder of the Renault company, Louis Renault, designed the automobile to be a family- friendly, luxury car. It was first produced in the year 1925.
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5 Classic Cars From The Great Gatsby's Roaring 1920s
The 1924 Oakland 6- 54a was another car depicted in the Great Gatsby. It was a solid, medium priced car at about $1350. It had a top speed of about 40 miles per hour and produced roughly 44 horse power.
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The most beautiful cars of the 1920s and 1930s | DriveMag Cars
The Rolls Royce Phantom Jonckheere Coupe was considered one of the most beautiful cars for the 1920s. It was produced in the year 1925 and was intended to be a sportier version of Rolls’s first phantom model. The doors on this model are shaped like a circle and open from the front side of the door. Only the rich and the famous could afford this luxury car.
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Duesenberg Model J the 1920s
The Duesenberg Model J was a luxury car that was designed to compete with some of the other power house luxury car producers, such as Rolls Royce and Mercedes Benz. It was produced in the year 1928, the year before Black Thursday. It was one of the first automobiles that offered a supercharged engine for those willing to pay.
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Bugatti Type 35 the 1920s
The Bugatti Type 35 was one of Buggatti’s first racing models and also one of its most successful. For five straight years it won the Targa Florio, won of the biggest international races in the world. And it won over a thousand races over all.
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AUTO MEN PREDICT 1920 CAR SHORTAGE; Automobile Chamber of Commerce Dinner Guests Tell Passenger Vehicle Demands.MAY PRODUCE 2,000,000 Uncertainty of Labor Conditionsand of Markets Has IncreasedManufacturers' Difficulties. (Published 1920)
In this article from the New York Times in the year 1920 talks about an automobile for sale. The article was published on January 7th, 1920. Around this time the doge brothers were starting to make a name for themselves and producing their first ever model.
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Mercedes-Benz W06 1920s
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Rolls-Royce Phantom I 1920s
The first Rolls Royce Phantom was first produced in the 1925 as a luxury car. There were 1240 produced in the United States. It produced roughly 50 horse power. Rolls Royce made a name for themselves by using high quality materials to make their car. But with these luxuries come a hefty price, and the phantom was not a car for the average man. Only the richest could afford a Rolls Royce.
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Driving a Ford Model T Is a Lot Harder Than You'd Think! We Tried It
This video shows a group of people driving the Ford Model T on today’s roads. They go into further details of the car, including its chassis, engine, and interior. Without modern day power steering, they discover the model t is not the easiest car to drive. It’s also not the most aerodynamic car, so that plays a factor into being extremely difficult to drive.
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Autos Kill St. Louis Officers in 1920 | Ken Zimmerman Jr.
The Model T was produced by Henry Ford and Ford Motors. It was the first automobile to ever be made. The model T was mass produced from 1908 to 1927 on the assembly line, which was an idea developed by Henry Ford to help produce more of his products. Because the model T was so mass produced, it made it affordable for the average man.