To kick off a special series of Question of the Week, we are asking you to sound off on the ‘20s car you would select for a roaring Gatsby party.
The ‘20s was an interesting time period in many respects, but the automotive industry stands out for its large strides that would have major effects in shaping the world to come. The automobile was here to stay and upscale manufactures began to really gain traction. Now 80 years on, which car from the ‘20s would you pick to enjoy today?
From the dime-a-dozen Ford Model Ts to the ultra-rare Duesenberg Model J, the ‘20s had a stunning breadth of vehicles that were in their own ways breaking new ground. The Ford T ended production in 1926 in preparation for the Model A, but during that same stretch of time there were numerous car manufacturers creating unique cars for the public to buy.
This Duesenberg would be a great choice. (Photo Hagerty)
Approaching a century old, pre-war cars possess a style and driving experience all their own. So what ‘20s car would you want to be seen driving?