1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16

Cadillac, Marmon, and Peerless were all working on V-16 engines at the end of the 1920s, but Cadillac was the first to unveil its V-16, on January 4th of 1930 at the New York Auto Show. The engine was constructed using two blocks of the new Buick 8-cylinder engine mounted on a common crankcase set at a 45-degree angle. The engine displaced 452 cubic-inches and was rated (conservatively) at 175 horsepower and 320 foot-pounds at 1,200 to 1,5000 engine revolutions. Unlike many of its competitors, Cadillac mostly offered finished and complete cars bodied by GM's in-house coachbuilders, Fleetwood and Fisher. The new V-16 was a great success; over 2,000 cars were ordered in the first seven months of 1930 before sales fell due to the economic climate as well as the introduction of Cadillac's new V-12 engined chassis.

With the introduction of the new Cadillac V-16, the cylinder wars were brought to new levels and Cadillac asserted its dominance of the luxury car market. Up to this point in history, Bugatti had already produced a 16-cylinder engine by mating a pair of inline eight-cylinder engines, however, Cadillac's 16-cylinder was the first true engine to be designed and purpose-built from scratch. Clandestine development began in 1926 and was led by Owen Milton Nacker and GM Engineering chief Charles Kettering.

This was the first engine to be 'styled' with completely hidden wiring and the use of polished aluminum, porcelain, and a pair of valve covers with brushed aluminum ridges prominently featuring the Cadillac emblem. There were external manifolds, a silicon-aluminum crankcase, five-point engine mounts, evenly-spaced firing intervals, and a large, well-balanced forged crankshaft, supported by five main bearings. Hydraulic valve-silencers allowed for whisper-quiet operation, and a single distributor with two sets of breaker points were controlled by two separate ignition coils.

Among the unavoidable drawbacks of Cadillac's new flagship automobile were its timing, introduction during the Great Depression, and the rapidly declining luxury-car market of the early 1930s. Very few could afford to pay the exorbitant price tag that was often more than ten times a contemporary Ford or Chevrolet. Cadillac managed to survive thanks to the financial resources of GM, its parent company. During its production lifespan that lasted through 1940, a total of 4,378 examples of the V-16 were built, including a completely redesigned engine for the final three years.

The 1934 Cadillac Model 452-D Sixteen had a 154-inch wheelbase, an overall length of 240-inches, and shared the Fleetwood bodies with its eight- and twelve-cylinder siblings. Both flat and vee-shaped windshield designs were available, and catalog bodies listed over 50 body styles of 2- to 7-passenger designs. Prices began at $6,600 and rose to over $8,800. The designs became more modern and in-vogue with pontoon fenders, flowing bullet-shaped headlights, aerodynamic grilles, and streamlined styling. The crease across the nose of the front fenders found on previous model designs was abandoned, and three spears were placed on the front fender skirts and hood side panels.

The engine was backed by a three-speed selective synchromesh manual gearbox with twin-disc clutch, and braking was handled by mechanical brakes with vacuum assist on all four wheels. A 4.64:1 drive ratio and 17-inch wire wheels were standard; a radio, sidemount covers, heater, flexible steering wheel, spotlight, and seat covers were optional equipment.


by Daniel Vaughan | Aug 2019

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Henry Martin Leland and his son Wilfred were partly responsible for making Cadillac one of the finest of all American Automobiles. Henry was renowned for his precision engineering and for standardizing manufacturing. He helped make Cadillac into one of the finest of all American Automobiles. Later, he founded Lincoln. Even after the Lelands departed from Cadillac, the marque remained a top-of-the-line....
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1930 Vehicle Profiles

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

By the end of the 1920s, Cadillac had earned a reputation as one of the most prestigious American marques, and on January 4, 1930, at the New York Auto Show, the company unveiled a sensational new luxury model with a 452 cubic-inch V-16 engine design....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Cadillac produced the 452 cubic inch V-16 engine and chassis from 1930 until 1937. The engine develops 165 horsepower at 3,200 RPM generating over 300 ft. lbs. of torque. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Sport Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Chassis Num: 7/1/2597
Engine Num: 702455

Cadillac introduced its new and luxurious V-16 automobile at the 1930 New York Salon in response to the Duesenberg Model J that had amazed the world when introduced in late 1928. The V-16 had an equally impressive performance, displacing 452 cubic in....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Engine Num: 700503

Cadillac created the V-16 to exceed the standards of the best automobiles in the world - particularly the Duesenberg Model J in the American market. Cadillac introduced its new ultra-luxurious car with its new 16-cylinder engine at the 1930 New York ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Sport Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Chassis Num: 702425

Cadillac produced just 85 examples of the Sport Phaeton by Fleetwood, with body style 4260, on the V-16 model between 1930 and 1931. They were a modern update of the traditional 'dual cowl' phaeton, which had a second cowl and windshield for the rear....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

The 1930 Cadillac Sixteen was the first year for the overhead-valve, 452-cubic-inch engine producing 165 horsepower and 320 foot-pounds of torque. The Sixteen was theoretically available in 33 different models, sub-models, or trim variations ranging ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 701432

The first owner of this Roadster by Fleetwood was Floyd E. Becker who place the order on January 2nd of 1930. His order requested the V-16 roadster had map pockets in the doors, a top made of the same shape as on the Beckers' previous Cadillac, no tr....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Madame X Sedan
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 702103

This 1930 Cadillac V16 Madame X Five-Passenger Sedan was offered for sale at the Vintage Motor Cars sale at Hershey, PA presented by RM Auctions. It was estimated to sell for $100,000 - $125,000 and offered without reserve. Bidding surpassed the esti....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 700809
Engine Num: 700809

The Cadillac 452 V16 was the biggest, quietest, most sophisticated, and most luxurious automobile during the Classic Era. The development of the V16 engine was done in utomost secrecy. General Motors did all they could to keep it a clandestine affa....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Transformable Town Cabriolet
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

A Supremely Elegant Town Car
This town car has a standard Fleetwood body, style number 4312, of which only 24 were produced. Designated as a chauffer-driven five-passenger car, it has a pair of folding opera seats in the forward tonneau. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Madame X Sedan
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 700979
Engine Num: 700979

This 1930 Cadillac 452 V16 has coachwork by Saoutchik and was originally built as a promotional tour of major European cities in June of 1930. After its tour was over, it lay abandoned in a Paris garage for a number of years. It was later purchased....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All-Weather Phaeton by Murphy
Coachwork: Murphy
Designer: Harley Earl

Cadillac was formed from the remnants of the Henry Ford Company when Henry Ford departed. Henry M. Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Company persuaded the remaining partners to continue the automobile business using Leland's proven 1-cylinder engine. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Madame X Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Of all the luxury automobiles produced during the Depression, few if any, could surpass this 16-cylinder, 6000 pound Cadillac. Of the approximately 72 examples produced, only four are known to exist. The 'Madame X' designation was attached to the c....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Convertible Coupe Style 4335 by Fleetwood
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 700898

Henry Leland was 47 years old when he moved his family to Detroit. He had enjoyed a prosperous career having invented mechanical hair clippers and more success was on the horizon for this precision machinery expert. Teaming up with Robert C. Falcon....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Convertible Coupe
Coachwork: Rollston & Company
Designer: Harley Earl

This one-off convertible coupe is considered by many to be the most beautiful V-16 Cadillac ever built. The short raked windshield and flowing lines mated perfectly with the massive 148-inch wheelbase V-16 chassis. Rollston and Company of New York di....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Fleetwood Imperial Landaulet
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Cadillac offered an amazing array of catalogued custom bodies for the V-16 series. This Fleetwood body offered the ultimate combination of a formal closed design with sport sedan style. The dramatic V windshield, contoured hood, and bright window r....[continue reading]

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 7/1/2218
Engine Num: 702338

The first owners of this car was the Schaeffer family of Schaeffer Pen Company fame. It was later purchased by Bob Bahre. In the mid-1990s, the car was sold to its present owner. Under the new owner's care, the car was treated to a professional re....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Limousine
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Chassis Num: 700280

This vehicle was originally produced at Detroit's Fort Street plant as a Seven-Passenger Sedan with Style 4375-S bodywork. It was retrofitted by the dealer to Style 4375, Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan specifications with the addition of a sliding g....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 702515

Cadillac was first to market a multi-cylinder car at the height of the 'classic era' with the 1930 introduction of its 452 cubic-inch V-16 series. The car was a huge success despite perilous economic times, with over 3,200 V-16s sold in the first pro....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Only two American motor car manufacturers, Cadillac and Marmon, produced automobiles equipped with V-16 engines. The much heralded Cadillac V-16 automobile made its debut on December 10, 1929, less than two months after the stock market crash and the....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

In an attempt to replace Packard as America's premier motor car, Cadillac introduced their V-16 models in January, 1930, followed by the V-12 model in September of 1930. Cadillac began the development of a new, 'multi-cylinder' car in 1926. The end r....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Convertible Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood

On January 4, 1930 at the New York Auto Show, a crowd of 20,000 people jostled for a glimpse of the new American 'Supercar,' the 16-cylinder Cadillac. Until that moment only Bugatti had produced a V16-cylinder engine and that was two eight-cylinder e....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Fleetwood Sedan Cabriolet
Coachwork: Fleetwood

The present owner purchased this Sport Phaeton model while he was still in high school. He later drove it to his prom. Many years later, it was put on display at the 2010 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 702514

The current owner of this Sport Phaeton acquired it in early 2008. The prior California-based owner purchased it directly from Mr. Fred Weber during the mid-1980s. This V-16 is understood to have been assembled using an original chassis and engine, w....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Fleetwood Sedan Cabriolet
Coachwork: Fleetwood

This 1930 Cadillac is one of 105, which sold new for $5,530. It was initially purchased by a dentist from Virginia at a dealership in New York City. Its 16-cylinder engine displaces 452 cubic-inches and produces 165 horsepower. The colors have been d....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Limousine
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Cadillac was formed from the remnants of the Henry Ford Company when Henry Ford departed. Henry M. Leland of Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Company persuaded the remaining partners to continue the automobile business using Leland's proven 1-cylinde....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

In 1926 work began on a new Cadillac engine which was intended to give General Motors Cadillac division the leadership in the American fine car field from Packard. This engine was of course the V16, introduced by Cadillac in December, 1929.....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

The Cadillac 452 V16 set the standard in American luxury automobiles of the Classic Era. The V16 was the biggest, quietest, most luxurious, most sophisticated and to many people, the most beautiful car of its times. It was sprung on an unsuspecting m....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

This 452A Roadster has all matching component numbers including steering box, front axle, bell housing and generator according to the build sheet when it left the factory in 1930. Previous owners include Ronald Benach and Otis Chandler. Fran Roxas of....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Imperial Cabriolet
Coachwork: Fleetwood

This V-16 Cadillac was a 'catalog custom' with coachwork by Fleetwood. It is an Imperial Cabriolet bodystyle powered by Cadillac's overhead valve, V-Type engine displacing 452 cubic-inches and offering 175 horsepower.....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Chassis Num: 700543
Engine Num: 34

This Cadillac All Weather Phaeton was the 34th of 250 V16s built from 1930-1931. The coachwork was completed by Fleetwood. This body is one of the earliest surviving examples; it was built by Fleetwood's original Pennsylvania factory and is distingui....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Cadillac offered no less than 50 different body styles by Fleetwood and Fisher in 1930 for its new 452 V-16 model. This coupe was built by Fleetwood in its Pennsylvania factory before moving to Detroit in December 1930. The car sports a rare split V-....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Engine Num: 701834

This Cadillac V-16 wears a Fleetwood All-Weather Phaeton body style. The All Weather Phaeton also allowed for a retractable division so the car could be both chauffeur- and owner-driven. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Engine Num: 702723

This Cadillac All Weather Phaeton wears coachwork by Fleetwood. The early history remains unknown, it is known to have been in Kerry Galder's New Hampshire-based collection up in the 1960s, during which time Charles Harper of Holliston, Massachusetts....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Imperial Club Sedan
Coachwork: Fleetwood

This Fleetwood body, style 4361 S, is one of 31 offered by Cadillac on their V-16 148-inch chassis. According to the 'Build Sheet' this was originally delivered to Don Lee Cadillac, San Francisco, CA. It remains in the correct colors of Mulberry Maro....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

This was the first year for Cadillac's 452 cubic-inch, overhead valve, 175 horsepower V16 engine capable of powering this large, 148-inch wheelbase car to a top speed of 90 mph. The engine was an engineering marvel and the first to include hidden wir....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 701761

Today, Cadillac represents luxury in the United States. However, by the beginning of the 1930s, the General Motors brand was yet to truly make its mark. That moment would come in January of 1930 at the New York Auto Show.....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Madame X Sedan
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 702054

At a time when the United States and the rest of the world would still be rather unaware of the scale-backs that would result from the events on that Black Tuesday, Cadillac would be busy making efforts to go big. Only a few months after that fateful....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Sport Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Engine Num: 702877

Cadillac's reputation for building automobiles combining performance and luxury would never be more firmly established then at the beginning of the 1930s when it joined a very select sphere of automobiledom. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Convertible Coupe Style 4335 by Fleetwood
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 701777

This 1930 Cadillac V-16 is one of one hundred examples produced with this convertible coupe body style, number 4335. It was built exclusively for the V-16 at the original Fleetwood Metal Body Company factory in Fleetwood, Pennsylvania. In similar fas....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Saloon Landaulette De Luxe
Coachwork: Vanden Plas

Chassis Num: 702297

This 1930 Cadillac V16 is fitted with Saloon Landaulette De Luxe coachwork by Vanden Plas and was sold new via Messrs Lendrum & Hartman of Albemarle Street in London's West End, the UK's official importer for General Motors' makes Buick, Cadillac, La....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

All Weather Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

This V-16 Fleetwood All-Weather Phaeton, body style 4380, was shipped via the CNJ Raritan River Railroad to a Cadillac dealer in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The car was to be used for demonstration purposes. It is powered by a 16 cylinder engine measu....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 7-952
Engine Num: 701056

This Cadillac Series 452 V-16 has a Fleetwood Roadster body; it is believed that there are less than ten 1930-1931 V-16 Roadsters in existence today. This car was used as the model for Danbury Mint's die-cast 1930 Cadillac V-16 Roadster model. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Engine Num: 701673

This Cadillac V-16 was ordered on May 14th of 1930 by Burke Cadillac Company of Indianapolis and built as Style 4375S, a seven-passenger sedan. The early history is not known and currently wears a roadster body constructed by Dave Long of Bozeman, Mo....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Sport Coupe
Coachwork: Fisher

Chassis Num: 701341

This 1930 Cadillac Model 452-A V16 Sport Coupe is powered by a 452-cubic-inch sixteen-cylinder engine capable of producing 175 horsepower. It sits atop a 148 inch wheelbase and has four-wheel power assisted brakes, three-speed synchromesh transmissi....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Madame X Coupe
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

This vehicle is a 1930 Cadillac 452 Madame X Coupe with coachwork by Fleetwood. ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Madame X Sedan
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

Chassis Num: 41613

'Madame X' is a spectacular and very stylish 1930 Cadillac Limousine. The 'Madame X' cars were some of the first designs by Harley Earl, head of styling at General Motors. Earl named these 'Madame X' Cadillac's after a play he had recently seen. T....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Roadster
Coachwork: Fleetwood
Designer: Harley Earl

The Fleetwood body, also known as the Fleetdown, projected an image of speed and grace with its top up or down. The car comes with power brakes, anti-theft ignition, linkage-operated driving lights and a rear-mounted trunk. The Cadillac weighs 5,310 ....[continue reading]

1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 vehicle information

Sport Phaeton
Coachwork: Fleetwood

Engine Num: 702478

This Cadillac V-16 Sport Phaeton by Fleetwood was delivered new via Los Angeles's Don Lee Cadillac to its original owner, believed to have been Richard Arlen. The car came equipped with a disappearing tonneau windshield and second set of instruments ....[continue reading]

Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Coupe by Fleetwood
 
Sport Phaeton by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 7-2597 
Phaeton by Fleetwood
 
Sport Phaeton by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 702425 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Madame X Sedan by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 702103 
Roadster by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 700809 
Transformable Town Cabriolet by Fleetwood
 
Madame X Sedan by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 700979 
All-Weather Phaeton by Murphy by Murphy
 
Madame X Coupe by Fleetwood
 
Convertible Coupe Style 4335 by Fleetwood by Fleetwood
 
Convertible Coupe by Rollston & Company
 
Fleetwood Imperial Landaulet by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 7-2218 
Limousine by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 700280 
All Weather Phaeton Coupe by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Convertible Coupe by Fleetwood
 
Fleetwood Sedan Cabriolet by Fleetwood
 
All Weather Phaeton Coupe by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 702514 
Fleetwood Sedan Cabriolet by Fleetwood
 
Limousine by Fleetwood
 
All Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Imperial Cabriolet by Fleetwood
 
All Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 700543 
Coupe by Fleetwood
 
All Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood
 
All Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood
 
Imperial Club Sedan by Fleetwood
 
All Weather Phaeton Coupe by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Madame X Sedan by Fleetwood
 
Sport Phaeton by Fleetwood
 
Convertible Coupe Style 4335 by Fleetwood by Fleetwood
 
Saloon Landaulette De Luxe by Vanden Plas
Chassis #: 702297 
All Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood
 
Roadster by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 7-952 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Sport Coupe by Fisher
Chassis #: 701341 
Madame X Coupe by Fleetwood
 
Madame X Sedan by Fleetwood
Chassis #: 41613 
Roadster by Fleetwood
 
Sport Phaeton by Fleetwood
 

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1930 Cadillac Series 452A V16 Price Range: $5,300 - $9,700

Model Year Production

#1#2#3Cadillac
1935Ford (820,253)Chevrolet (548,215)Plymouth (350,884)
1934Ford (563,921)Chevrolet (551,191)Plymouth (321,171)
1933Chevrolet (486,261)Ford (334,969)Plymouth (298,557)6,655
1932Chevrolet (313,404)Ford (210,824)Plymouth (186,106)4,740
1931Chevrolet (619,554)Ford (615,455)Buick (138,965)16,813
1930Ford (1,140,710)Chevrolet (640,980)Buick (181,743)13,892
1929Ford (1,507,132)Chevrolet (1,328,605)Buick (196,104)18,103
1928Chevrolet (1,193,212)Ford (607,592)Willys Knight (231,360)20,001
1927Chevrolet (1,001,820)Ford (367,213)Buick (255,160)8,599
1926Ford (1,669,847)Chevrolet (547,724)Buick (266,753)27,771
1925Ford (1,669,847)Chevrolet (306,479)Dodge (201,000)

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