To understand what Robert Aldrich and his peers of the time were thinking in building their cars, one must forget all of today’s modern advantages
As in 1955, the handsome 1956 Ford Customline was one notch below the Fairlane and one notch above the Mainline.
For reasons unknown, Paul Stewart’s stellar 1971 Plymouth Road Runner has always been sort of “the car that nobody wanted.”
For a fun weekend cruiser and all-around ride, the beautiful Monte Carlo was tough to beat in 1977.
After 133,000-plus miles, Jim Young's 1955 Ford Crown Victoria has been so lovingly cared for that it is difficult to believe it is almost entirely original.
The handsome 1939 Buick styling of the era has always held up well and the cars were some of the best-looking machines on American roadways.
The 383-powered 1966 Dodge Charger was honestly not the ultimate muscle machine, but it was a hit with many enthusiasts.
After about 18 months of trials and tribulations trying to revive the 1951 Dodge 1-ton mail truck, John Butner says he will be hard pressed to ever part with it.
Story by Brady Mann, Photos by Al Rogers Many people say they have an “old car.” A 1964 Mustang, for an example. Then they ask what I have. I reply, “I have an ’09.” They look at me oddly and I correct myself — a 1909. My grandfather, Marvin Rostetter, grew up very...
The most dominant styling characteristic of the 1959 Chevrolet Impala was, of course, its deeply sculpted fins.