Blackout Cars

By Roderick Sergiades There was a time when automobiles were considered rolling works of art. Packards, Duesenbergs and McLaughlin-Buicks were dressed to the nines in chrome, nickel, stainless steel and even ‘skirts’. Almost every car worth its salt found its bonnet draped with sensuous flying goddesses or aerodynamic ‘rockets’ masquerading as hood ornaments. The Edwardian … Continue reading Blackout Cars