Personally, when I think about beautiful American cars, I always turn my brain right back to the 1930’s. That was a period in time when cars were endlessly classy and smooth. They were longer, lower, and more luxurious than any other time in history (my opinion). Many of them were hand formed by master coach builders using wooden bucks, planishing hammers, and english wheels to shrink and stretch the metal into the right shape. Not to mention they welded metal panels together with torches (Read: insanely hard), and could make it flat when they were done (…which is even harder). A good coach builder’s work is absolutely amazing even in raw bare metal form. Oh yea, so if I had to pick the most beautiful American car, I would likely go with an old coach built Duesenburg, like this one built by their in-house shop known as LaGrande. mmmmm….
In your opinion, what is the most beautiful American car that was ever built?