1949 International Harvester KB1: The Mighty Workhorse
The International Harvester KB1 was an absolute marvel of its time, a true testament to American engineering and ingenuity.
1949 Chrysler Royal: Cruising in Style
Chrysler Royal was a magnificent and important automobile that created royalty behind the wheel, gliding down the road with grace and poise. This sleek and stylish car was more than just a mode of transportation, it was a symbol of elegance and sophistication.
1949 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn: Little lord
The Silver Dawn was designed primarily for export and was not offered for the domestic market until October 1953. Sharing a standard steel body with the Bentley, it was the first Rolls-Royce to be delivered as a finished car from the factory.
1949 Studebaker Model 2R5: Civil brethren
The Studebaker 2R5 pickup was part of the post-war Studebaker R-Series truck family - the most popular in the company's history. Even fierce competition from the Ford F-Series and Chevrolet Advance Design did not stop the 2R5 from occupying 5.73% of the American commercial vehicle market in 1949.