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Mercury club coupes will be forever linked to James Dean’s 1949 ride in the movie “Rebel Without a Cause.” The vinyl top on this ’51 Merc club coupe marks it as a Monterey model. It’s a bit weathered, but a return to the road is possible given its complete condition.

1977 Pontiac Trans Am - Smokey and The Bandit | The Sexiest Classical Cars In Movie History - Check them out at: http://www.amazon.com/The-Girl-Trans-Siberian-Railway-Lenoir/dp/1491865113/

Sporting the new-for-1954 one-piece windshield, this Hudson Hornet sedan lacks only a buyer and some “TLC” to put it back on the road.

57 Buick- take me back to the days when cars needed both wheels AND tires. Bigger isn't always better. This is a beautiful car. Those rims wouldn't last a second on Missouri roads.