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Original Prices Of 5 Collector Cars From The 1930s We Would Buy

Motorious logo Motorious 11/28/2021 Elizabeth Puckett
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Which one of these would you go back and buy if you ever find a time machine?

Everyone wants a time machine, but car collectors really, really want to find a time machine. Some of the most expensive and highly-desirable cars were dirt cheap back in the day, so shoving a few hundred bucks in our pockets and taking it to our great grandfathers would be one of our three wishes from a Genie. Here are some of the cars we would go back in time and buy.

Auburn 1931 5-Passenger 2-Door Brougham

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This classic was big in every way - it was long, large, and roomy. The 127-inch wheelbase car had a starting price of $945.

Chevrolet 6 1932

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This (now) classic was an absolute steal at only $475 back in 1932. It has 60 horsepower that carried it to 35 mph in a blazing 6.7-seconds.

Dodge 1936 4 Door Sedan

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Imagine being blown away by the advancement of headlights and a spring suspension that helped you keep your car on the road. That's exaclty what you'd get from the Dodge brothers in 1936 for $640.

Ford 1934 V8

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This Ford was the epitome of modern with a carburetor engine, clear vision ventilation, increased springs, and swivel sun shades. All of this could have been yours for about $535.

1931 Willys 2 Passenger Coupe

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If you wanted luxury without spending the money on something pricey (then and now) like Cadillac or Packard, this car might have been quite alluring to you. For only $673, you could have felt like a pretty deal in this classic Willys.

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