Continuing at the Revs Institute. Let's see some other cars.
1908 Mors (Grand Prix car). More automobiles began in England a few years before an American company was licensed to make them. Bad businessmen, their advertising punned about death and they rushed vehicles like this one into races before they were ready.
Andre Citroen left the company and did far better on his own.
A 1934 LaSalle (Series 350 Convertible Coupe). Ford built "one size fits all" cars, General Motors built cars to fit different wallets. LaSalle was below Cadillac and above Oldsmobile with Art Deco features. It was an artistic triumph, though it declined in the 1930s as tastes moved toward smaller vehicles.