1928 Packard Model 443 Sport Phaeton. I love everything about this car, and all the details work so well together. Packard really knew what they were doing when they designed and built a car. Some details to make note of: the single rear-mounted covered spare (to match the cloth top), the auxiliary trunk, the stained wood artillery wheels with white side wall tires, the lovely drum headlamps with matching cowl lamps (last year for drum lamp use), the stone guard (rare option), the temperature gauge and Goddess of Speed radiator cap combination (rare: ~one year overlap), and not to mention an exceedingly handsome paint scheme.
1966 Studebaker Daytona Sport. This is one of the last Studebaker’s ever built. Production at their main plant in South Bend Indiana had ended in 1963. The Canadian plant was only kept open to use up the remaining parts inventory. By the time this one was built, they had ran out of the Studebaker engines, so this one carries a Chevy small block V-8.