While car owners today worry about gas mileage and insurance costs, in the brass and nickel eras of automobiles (pre-1915 for the former, pre-1929 for the latter), drivers wanted a car that looked good. There were a lot more dinosaurs back then, see, so gas wasn't a problem. Light housings and radiators were made of brass or nickel rather than plastic, and the cars were like flashy, drivable sculptures. The Horseless Carriage Club of Missouri celebrates... More >>>