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Which one of these would you go back and buy if you ever find a time machine?

Everyone wants a time machine, but car collectors really, really want to find a time machine. Some of the most expensive and highly-desirable cars were dirt cheap back in the day, so shoving a few hundred bucks in our pockets and taking it to our great grandfathers would be one of our three wishes from a Genie. Here are some of the cars we would go back in time and buy.

Auburn 1931 5-Passenger 2-Door Brougham

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This classic was big in every way - it was long, large, and roomy. The 127-inch wheelbase car had a starting price of $945.

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Chevrolet 6 1932

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This (now) classic was an absolute steal at only $475 back in 1932. It has 60 horsepower that carried it to 35 mph in a blazing 6.7-seconds.

Dodge 1936 4 Door Sedan

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Imagine being blown away by the advancement of headlights and a spring suspension that helped you keep your car on the road. That's exaclty what you'd get from the Dodge brothers in 1936 for $640.

Ford 1934 V8

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This Ford was the epitome of modern with a carburetor engine, clear vision ventilation, increased springs, and swivel sun shades. All of this could have been yours for about $535.

1931 Willys 2 Passenger Coupe

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If you wanted luxury without spending the money on something pricey (then and now) like Cadillac or Packard, this car might have been quite alluring to you. For only $673, you could have felt like a pretty deal in this classic Willys.

Some Of The Most Beautiful 1920s and 1930s Cars On The Planet

  Some Of The Most Beautiful 1920s and 1930s Cars On The Planet Should we start calling this era of automotive art? Pre-war cars are some of the most highly coveted automobiles were made between 1920 and the end of the 1930s. When 1939 rolled around, things got trying for the entire world, and the world of automotive manufacturing would be rocky until WWII was over. Not only are they historically significant cars, they are absolutely, undisputedly stunning cars. Here’s an ode to some shining examples that belong in any proper pre-war car collection.

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