1942 Crosley CB42 Convertible Cabriolet unrestored in a patina riddled black finish overtop the factory Sequoia Cream Click the link above for more info and photos
1942 Crosley CB42 Convertible Cabriolet. A sort of ‘cart before the horse,’ Powel Crosley, Jr. pioneered a low-cost radio receiver. Shortly there… Click the link above for more!
Crosley Tudor Sedan
Made in the U.S.A. The guys coming back from overseas after WW2 had seen a lot of small cars and there was a demand for a small, compact, economical car. Crosley was one of, if not the first compact car introduced in America after the war. This is a very correct example of the 2…
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Crosley Business Sedan
1947 Crosley Business Sedan in white. They made a pickup, convertible, wagon, and a 4 passenger sedan. This one is currently setup with two seats, …
Crosley Station Wagon
1948 Crosley Station Wagon It was a simple idea: make a small, basic car which would be cheap to operate and soon the world would be clamoring for it. Unfortunately, this was in 1939 and in the automotive world at this time, this was a weird idea. Powel Crosley, Jr., however, was a man who…
Crosley CD Station Wagon
1951 Crosley CD Station Wagon. Small but any stylish would best describe this small scale station wagon. This example, wearing the results of an older restoration and bathed in an era correct Ocean Foam Green, shows a few flaws in the form of rust bubbling… See the link above for more photos and details.
1952 Crosley Farm-O-Road The Farm-O-Road was made by Crosley, a company that most of us know for their equally-cute little cars, pickups, sports cars, station wagons, and of course their radios. The Farm-O-Road was made in 1950, 1951, and 1952 and they were somewhat similar to the Crofton Bug, the Crofton Bug was actually based…