American Cars of the 1950s
American cars have changed dramatically over the decades. This high-interest series presents the major American makes and models, the features that made them unique, and the innovations that put them on the cutting edge of American culture and engineering.
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Cadillac Series 62
Plymouth Fury L
1959 Thunderbird all-new Thunderbird automatic transmission best-selling big fins big tailfins biggest cars block V-8 engine built Cadillac Series 62 car look car's chassis Chevrolet Bel Air Chevrolet Corvette Chevrolet Impala Chevy Impala chrome convertible Corvette's coupe debut Early Edsels Edsel Citation electric windows Fairlane family cars fenders fiberglass Ford launched Ford Thunderbird Ford's four-door front and rear front end Gareth Stevens Publishing Harley Earl headlights horsepower hot rods Imagination Library series Impaia was designed leaf spring suspension luxurious model Mercury cars Mercury Montclair MILESTONES 1955 Motors Motors's name Starfire Nomad Oldsmobile launched Oldsmobile Starfire Oldsmobile Super 88 Oldsmobile's original Thunderbird painted flames Plymouth Fury popular power roof power steering powerful engine rear window wrapped rear-wheel drive seats folded sell one million side flash six-cylinder engine SKIN Chevrolet small-block V-8 engine special-edition car sports car Starfire logo Starfire's station wagons stylish T-Bird Thunderbird was bigger two-door V-8 engine powered