Classic Car models and prices for cars from the Fifties

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1950’s Collector Cars including Prices

Austin A40 1952

A completely new Austin A40 with the features you asked for. new improved hydraulic brakes. gear shift on the steering column. full air conditioning and new distinctive body styling

1958 Austin A55

Cambridge A55 get all the best new ideas all in one car

UK Price 685 pounds cash

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Prices for cars range from $1,844 to $2,489

1956 —— Studebaker Chairman looks for buyer to keep the company afloat

1959 —— Most models fitted with 4 headlights

Quiet Smooth Air Borne Ride in the Aero Willys for 52 and up to 35 mpg and up to 6 adults ride in comfort on the 5ft wide seats

The Ace 4 door sedan with powered by the 115HP super hurricane engine with a double barreled carburetor

1950’s Cars Information

Some of the type of advertising for cars available in the 1950’s

Willys Woody Car for comfort and economy

Studebaker is a sleek and fleet look with Roadhugging Surefootedness

Buick the beautiful buy just for you

Ford cars worth more when you buy it worth more when you sell it


Dodge 54 from any point of view a lot more for your money

Chrysler between thought and action with instant power response

Pontiac 1955 with 180HP V8 and twin streak styling

American Motors Rambler from Nash and Hudson Distinction in Driving

Cadillac Elegance is the word that expresses it

T he 1950s was one of the most memorable eras in automotive history.

The average new car cost about 1,750 dollars and a gallon of gas went for 27. cents a gallon.

This was the first time teenagers had the chance to own and drive their own cars.

The 50’s also brought Ford into the 50s style of design. until then they had been remodeling the same 1942 style car.

Fords new slogan was 50 new improvements for the 50s.

Some of improvements were:

Recessed gas filler neck,

Redesigned hood ornaments,

Flat-top horn ring,

Three bladed cooling fan

Push-button handles on exterior doors.

An assembly plant designation was used in the serial numbers for the first time.

The Ford Thunderbird was one of the 1950s super cars. The stylish new sports car with a new 102in. wheelbase chassis frame, and a smart new body style. barrel sides, and straight through wing lines from head lamp to tail-lamp cluster,and a fully wrapped-round windscreen with a pronounced dog-leg pillar.

Chevrolet offered the 1950 styleline deluxe sedan with affordable automatic transmission.

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Mean while in the UK BMC was offering the 1959 mini minor one of the first compact cars that offered full 4 pass anger seating.

In the 50s Chryslers advertising not only pictured elegance in automotive design, it also highlighted advancements in engineering. Hydraglide,the industries first power steering unit, was introduced in 1951, and reduced steering effort by up to 80 percent.

Following on the heels of Hydraglide were two other innovations-air cooled brakes, and Hemi-head V8 engine.

Eventually a 300-horsepower Hemi-head engine found its way into the Chryslers brand’s most notable achievements- the 1955 Chrysler C300. As the most powerful full sized car in the world,it found its way into the NASCAR circuit, winning 20 out of 40 races held in 1955. When NASCAR officials realized the power of the 300C engine the decision to ban it from sanctioned racing.

Oddly enough the negative publicity, made the Chrysler C300 even more popular, and led up to a similar super car in 1956. In 1956 Chrysler teamed up with CBS to offer the Highway HI-FI a compact phonograph mounted under the dashboard that played specially-made records.

In 1957 the now famous torsion-bar suspension which provided superior handling and allowed for much lower body styles.

At the end of the decade in 1958, Chrysler created a much more efficient and dependable alternative to the carburetor with the development of the electronic fuel injection.

In 1954 Jaguar produced the racing D-Types, initially as a racing car, and from 1955 as a limited production machine for worldwide sale. More of these cars were built than could be sold, and at the end of 1956 these D-Types would be reworked and sold as road-going cars renamed the XKSS.

One of the most famous Mercedes of all time was the, was the gull -wing 300SL..The engine was so heavy the rest of the car had to be as light as possible, to which the competition department designed a stressed multi-tubular space frame, that weighted a little more then 110 lb (50)kg.This car would reach 60mph in under 7.5 sec. and 100mph (160kph) in less than 15 sec.

At the end of the 1950s decade a average car cost around 2,200 dollars, and a gallon of fuel was about 30. cents. The 1950s produced so of the most famous, and most collectable cars of our time.

Some of the new innovations and safety features found in cars from the 1950’s

Seatbelts

vacuum-operated wipers replaced with electric

Automatic Gearboxes

Disk Brakes

Synchronized Manual Gearboxes

Electric Windows

Powersteering

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider, 1900 CSS

Austin A90, A 30, A35, A 40, Cambridge, A55, Healey 100/4, 100/6

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