A few nice car financing images I found:
“for the majority, car ownership was little more than a dream”
Image by brizzle born and bred
The open road: in 1923, there were five cars for every kilometre of major road; today, the figure is 500, though the quality of the road network is vastly improved.
The mass production of the Model-T Ford from 1908 is often viewed as the dawn of the motorised society.
However, the beginning of mass motoring in Britain was perhaps best signalled by the opening of the M1, the first full-length motorway, 50 years later.
The road network in 1914 was only 28% shorter than it is today, but no official attention was paid to the state of roads in Britain until after WWI. The first dedicated Roads Department of the Ministry of Transport was created in 1919, and over the next decade, roads were systematically surveyed and a ‘Road Fund’ established to provide finance for the repair of particularly bad stretches.
Private car ownership grew slowly until after WWII, but accelerated following the end of petrol rationing. By the late 1950s car travel had become the preferred mode of transportation. Congestion was a recognised issue by the early 1960s, but the widely accepted solution was to build more roads.
1962 Studebaker Hawk Gran Turismo
Image by dave_7
This 1962 Studebaker Hawk Gran Turismo sold for ,434. Seemed cheap for such a nice looking car. 289 V8 engine.
Already up for resale.
Image by free pictures of money
Uses: Just about anything car related.
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