Most of its mileage (2500 mi) was done by Bonnie & Clyde on their way to death. Here it is, perforated by automatic, semi-automatic and non-automatic fire:
The car is still on exhibition - as it was in the 30s and 40s:
And now to another famous criminal, Mr Dillinger, 'Public Enemies' main character.
I believe it's not an authentic shot of Johnny and Billie, but a frame from 1973 'Dillinger' movie. Haven't seen it. They say it was heavily influenced by the Bonnie & Clyde Hollywood saga (1967). But this 1933 Essex Terraplane certainly can remember real Dillinger:
Abandoned after shoot-out near St Paul, it still holds some bullets in its body. Watch it!
And now - no names, only cars. Let me present you two-dozen-and-something American automobiles of the late 20s and early 30s. Coupes and phaetons, expensive and cheap, plain workhorses and vehicles of pleasure. See the slideshow: