Of the vehicles used in President Dwight Eisenhower’s inauguration, the Cadillac Eldorado convertible was present, but they literally raised the roof in the 1953 Chrysler New Yorker that year. The interior and body style of these old classy cars would eventually make the luxury car brands like Cadillac look twice.

1953 Chrysler New Yorker

If you wanted top-of-the-line, you bought a Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe series. The all-new body style was exceptional as well as the upholstery and interior design. The V-8 came in five shades of blue, three shades of green, and eight other attractive colors. The Chrysler Corporation topped any car they had done before. It wasn’t until 1965 they produced another vehicle as popular.

1953 Studebaker Starliner Coupe

The Studebaker is a simplified stunner when it comes to luxury car brands. The Starliner continues to age with grace and class. What was unspoiled and astonishing back then still holds its exemplary reputation. Men are still pursuing the 1953 beauty, even in 2020.

1953 Chevrolet Corvette

The famed Corvette was in its first-year of production in 1953. Chevrolet’s strategy to produce only 300 paid off. There are millions of Corvette fans and so little of the impressive cars to meet the demands.

1953 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe

Don’t let the good looks fool you. The Hudson works like it should… like a powerfully designed and detailed vehicle. It’s been called one of the fiercest cars on the strip. It has a dual carburetor that’s sure to set it off on the open road.

1953 Fiesta Convertible

Buyers looking for quality convertibles came for the Fiesta Convertible. It had a two-tone paint job and interior, power windows, seats and steering. You could own one for just under $5,800. Oldsmobile only released 458 Fiestas, making them a rare find today.

1953 Kaiser Dragon

People thought the Dragon was odd looking, even in the 50s. Few people have changed their minds today. The car had a vinyl roof top made to look like dragon skin, chrome on the doors, and gold emblem on the hood. Of the old classy cars, the Kaiser Dragon was not one of the best-looking cars around.