All that remains is the outline. You can’t tell what it was like, it’s as lost to the past as the ruins of Angkor Wat.
Try to imagine going to a car dealer when the new models arrived. Filling out forms, getting the keys and driving out onto the street in a new American car. The Buicks in the early 1950s were just over 2 tons of steel and chrome with 180 horsepower and just about every option the manufacturer could think of. The government wasn’t mandating anything. No seatbelts, air bags, emission controls, computers, fuel efficiency limits. Just a car the way the company decided to build it to compete in the marketplace for consumer dollars. That’s how it was in Old America. They looked like this.