1922 Buick Series 22-44 Roadster
Need a Charge?
This photo was just sent by none other than my dad from his job at West Point. He said the owner was running out of power and desperately needed a charge so the military happily plugged him in.
Reminds of last year’s Tesla Rally at West Point where dozens of owners allowed cadets to check out the cars and test drive them. I was lucky enough to be able to drive one too.
In the midst of a depression, this 1931 Ford Model A Roadster was extremely plush for a Ford.
The taste in car making back in the day was on a level that most can’t even fathom in the industry today. The ability to know exactly when and where to add endless intricate details in certain areas and when to step back and be reserved really makes for a work of art.