Pall Mall tourer, American-built in Rolls plant at Springfield, Mass. in 1927, was refitted for Stanley Tarnopol, a Philadelphia furrier, with white kid tire, trunk and spring covers, white fox tonneau rug and burnished aluminum hood.
Duesenberg landau by Fernandez and Darrin of Paris provided locomotion in the grand manner for Greta Garbo. Only one duplicate was made—for an Indian prince. Price new in 1933: $26,000. In 1952 it cost Leonard Hall Jr., Cleveland, $2,500.
Stutz DV-32 phaeton, a superb 1930 reminder of Indianapolis' automotive heyday, has a dual-valve, double overhead camshaft straight-eight engine, mahogany dash, tonneau windshield. It is now in Joseph Murchio's auto museum at Greenwood Lake, N.Y.
Cord Sportsman convertible (above), distinctive for its front-wheel drive and disappearing headlights, is a supercharged 1937 product of the diverse E. L. Cord operation at Auburn, Ind. Dr. Anthony Simeone of Philadelphia restored the car for relaxation.
Packard Speedster runabout (below), a sporty 1930 boattail model, is one of 10 elderly cars owned by L. Morgan Yost of Kenilworth, Ill. His daughter (no fancier of classics) used to ride on the floor rather than be seen by friends in so ancient a vehicle.