Welcome to Street Dreams as we celebrate our 23rd year in the classic and muscle car business. Powell Crosley must have been one interesting fellow. A middle-aged, self-made multimillionaire who sold countless radios and refrigerators, Crosley dreamed of producing an American Volkswagen, or 'peoples car'. So, from 1939-1952 Crosley churned out almost 70,000 little cars that would have been more at home in Napoli or Paris than in Marion, Indiana where the factory was located. Crosley's sports cars, however, punched well above their weight, including winning the 1950 Index of Performance at Sebring! Our charming little 1952 Crosley Super Sports is one of only 358 sports cars (Hotshot=no doors, Super Sports=doors) assembled in what would be their final year of production. Beneath the diminutive hood is the amazing 724cc (44 ci) SOHC I4 Crosley engine that, by 1952, had the improved cast iron block. Extremely responsive to modifications, these engines can STILL be seen at SCCA events for H-modifieds. Additional features include a 3-speeed manual transmission and new 155R12 tires (just TRY to find this size!). Besides being an absolute hoot to drive, Crosleys are historically important automobiles with some surprising 'firsts' for Americans. Crosley was the first American car with disc brakes (1949), the fist with an envelope, or Ponton, body (1946), and was even the first American sports car (1949). One more little charmer from the team that can make your dream a reality. Street Dreams (830-997-1950) is a full service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options.