Classic Cars - Top American Collector Cars of All Time

How many of the top 100 classic American cars can you name? Tips are given in the form of year and description.
Source: https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hcc/2013/01/Top-100-American-Collector-Cars-of-All-Time/3720671.html
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Last updated: March 8, 2018
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Description
Year
Answer
Model "R," first mass-produced automobile
1901-03
Oldsmobile Curved Dash Runabout
One of America's original "fine cars," early Brass Era
1908
Simplex 50 Speedcar
Henry Ford's bestseller
1908-27
Ford Model T
First flagship of General Motors
1910-12
Oldsmobile Limited
Steam-powered pre-war vehicle
1906-14
Stanley
First purpose-built sports car, first "supercar"
1911
Mercer 35R Raceabout
Brass-era Indy 500 racer, Wisconsin Motor Company
1912-16
Stutz Model A Bearcat
"Henry's lady"
1928-31
Ford Model A
America's answer to the Rolls-Royce
1929-37
Duesenberg Model J/SJ
First front-wheel drive offered to the public
1929-32
Cord L-29
Cadillac's junior "companion car," named after a French explorer
1927-29
La Salle
Series 452; 4,076 built; Fleetwood and Fisher coachbuilders
1930-40
Cadillac V-16
Murray's V-grille, other memorable car was the Flying Cloud
1931-34
Reo Royale 8
Boattail designed by Alan Leamy
1931-32
Auburn Speedster
Oliver Clark designed radiator grille, automatic heater control, safety glass
1932-33
Chrysler CL Custom Imperial
Eight cylinders, first of the hot rods, flathead engine
1932
Ford V8
Body styles included Town Cars and Sport Phaetons; released at the Roosevelt Hotel
1932
Packard Twin Six
GM's limited production show car
1933-37
Cadillac V-16 Aero-Dynamic Coupe
Shown at the New York Auto Show, $10,000, 5 built, Phillip O. Wright
1933
Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow
Designed with aerodynamic principles and state-of-the-art suspension
1934-37
Chrysler and De Soto Airflow
135" wheelbase, pontoon fenders, triangular quarter windows
1934
Packard Twelve Sport Coupe by Lebaron
Jaguar of its day, swoopy fenders, chromed bullet headlamps
1935
Auburn 851 Carbiolet
Coupe, Convertible Victoria, Amos Northup designs
1936-37
Graham Supercharger
Flagship K model, pontoon fenders, bullet headlamps, canted grille
1936
Lincoln K Convertible Roadster
Gordon Buehrig, front wheel drive, hidden headlamps, "Coffin Nose"
1936-37
Cord 810/812
Designed by John Tjaarda, concieved by Edsel Ford, three-passenger
1937
Lincoln-Zephyr Coupe
Raymond Loewy Associates, "winged victory" grille, skirted fenders, three window, batwing rear window
1937
Studebaker Dictator Coupe
141hp straight-eight engine, 194 built, four-door, standard paint color Premier Green
1940
Buick Series 60 Century Phaeton
"Shark nose," forward-thrusting faces, concept drawings by Amos Northup
1938-40
Graham Spirit of Motion
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Mar 7, 2018
How does a V-8 have six cylinders?
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Mar 8, 2018
LOL, what a silly mistake I made! Thanks for letting me know. I will fix it.