They look amazing.
After the First world war introduced many new trends in art, among which the direction of art Deco. It got into the painting, architecture and, strangely enough, in the automotive industry. The luxury model of the time machine resemble the comics Batman.
Auburn V12 Boattail Speedster.
In the 1930-ies during the great depression, when people didn’t know where to get a piece of bread, automakers vied with each presented model luxury cars. To attract the already limited number of buyers, Ford, Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Talbot and Delahaye, radically changed the approach to the production of machines.
Hispano Suiza Dubonnet Xenia, 1938.
Model Duesenburg Coupe Simone Midnight Ghost, 1939.
The development of aerodynamics and the art Deco style has led to the fact that superior models got a brand new streamlined design (form tears), differs from the “boxy” cars. In addition, the car was Packed with options ahead of its time (such as front-wheel drive or electric wipers).
Vintage car Talbot-Lago T150 with a body “coupe-the tear,” 1938.
Foose Custom Studebaker Convertible, 1937.
Voisin C28 Aerosport.
A company car Delahaye.
Soviet sports car the ZIS-101 Sport, 1939.
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