Discover and discuss the manliest content on the Web
In 1940 if you wanted to buy a Crosley, you went to your local hardware store not a car dealer. Hand over $210, wait a few weeks, and a shiny new Crosley would appear in your driveway.
The Crosley was the invention of Powel Crosley Jr. a man famous for radios and refrigerators in the 1920s and 30s. Nicknamed the Henry Ford of radios, Crosley’s radios were the cheapest to be found.
More like this
From the collection Classic Cars: