Chrysler Letter Cars

Headlining a magnificent collection of cars from the fifties and sixties is a highly desirable, complete series of Chrysler letter cars from a 1955 Chrysler 300 to a 1962 Chrysler 300 H.

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1958 Olds Super 88

1958 is best known in Oldsmobile as the year of chrome thanks to the amounts of chrome trim on the body, particularly on the higher-priced Super 88 and Ninety-Eight models. The styling was advertised by Olds as the "Mobile Look."

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1957 Chevy Bel Air

The 1957 Chevy is one of the most recognized icons in the Automotive industry. Stylish and Sporty the theres no doubt that its one of Americas best and most loved cars. On the outside the Bel Air was distinguished with more chrome and featured a golden grille set off with a heavy chrome bar that included parking lights.

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58 Chevy Impala

The Impala was introduced in 1958 as a new, upmarket, sporty trim package created for Bel Air coupes and convertibles. Unique to the model were its six taillights, which set it apart from lower trim levels with only two lights on a side. This classic styling cue would become its trademark.

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Chevrolet Chevelles

The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile from Chevrolet debuting in 1964. It was produced from 1964 through 1977 and was one of General Motors' most successful cars.

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This unique collection is the culmination of over a decade of curated collecting by John Staluppi, the successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and car connoisseur. The automobiles range from a series of icons from the ’50s and ’60s to a collection of Detroit muscle and pony cars and some of the world’s greatest street rods and resto-rods...



The Cars of Dreams Museum is a virtual time capsule of Americana, where nostalgic collectibles from the 1950s and 1960s complement the magical street scenes that showcase over 120 of the finest, rarest, and most desirable American automobiles ever produced, with a strong emphasis on convertibles and performance cars.



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Featured Cars

'70 Plymouth Superbird
Developed for NASCAR, the Superbird was among the first American cars designed using a wind tunnel and computer analysis.
'56 Packard Caribbean
One of only 276 built - this particular example is one of only 10 equipped with air conditioning from the factory.
'56 Chrysler 300B
The 300 "letter series" were high-performance luxury cars built in limited numbers in the United States between 1955 and 1965.
'66 Pontiac GTO
The GTO was the brainchild of Pontiac engineer Russell Gee, an engine specialist, and Pontiac chief engineer John De Lorean.