Rare Bugatti race cars, vintage Ferrari machines and best-of-show collectors’ cars are great for auto shows. And then there are sentimental favorites, the 1951 Buick your family owned when you were a youngster or the 1951 Chrysler K310 in the neighbors’ driveway?

Or how about a head-turning 1955 Nash Rambler cross country wagon or a 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser?

Owning a Duesenberg you don’t drive is fine. But how about taking a Sunday afternoon cruise in 1951 Chrysler Thunderbolt?

Here are 10 vehicles The Weekly Driver would like to own and drive:

1938 Buick

1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt

1951 Buick LeSabre

1951 Chrysler K310

1953 Buick Wildcat

1954 Dodge Fire Arrow

1955 Nash Rambler

1956 Ford Sunliner

1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser

1971 Buick Riviera Boattail


  1. Great selection. Not a "common" design in the bunch. Perhaps Detroit–and the rest of the world–might step at least a small distance away from their homogeneous designs. You can't be better–if you're really just the same.


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