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1923 Dodge Touring

1923 was a year that enjoyed the bliss of the classic Roaring 20s days. World War I had come to an end several years prior, and the United States was enjoying its recovery from such a devastating war. Flappers and zoot suits were in no short supply, and the economy was still years away from its dramatic downturn that would come with the stock market crash in October 1929. Owners of a 1923 Dodge Touring car enjoy the blast from the past as part of those “good ol’ days.” Though certainly this is not among the most valuable cars in American motor history, it represents a unique time in our history.

1931 Chrysler Imperial CG

Smooth curvatures, graceful lines, and majestic colors define many of history’s most popular classic cars, and will likely contribute to the designs that will roll off the line for many years to come. During the Roaring 20s, Americans were enjoying the bliss and jubilation that followed the end to a traumatic war, World War I. For a time, it seemed as though extravagance was the new normal, and “new money” families were grappling to have the latest technology, the greatest cars, and more. The Chrysler Imperial was first introduced in 1926, and it certainly fit the bill as a great-looking car for stylish families across the country. By 1931, the market had crashed, and millions were struggling to make ends meet as Chrysler produced the 1931 Chysler Imperial CG.