Sue Eldred had always wanted another ragttop after the brakes on her first convertible went out. Her dream was finally realized this summer when she bought a 1973 Ford Mustang convertible.
The radiator badge on John Smith’s marvelous 1911 roadster spells out “E-M-F”, but still he knows the questions are coming. ‘What is it? … E-M-F? What’s that?”
As far as Lee Abrams knows, he and his twin brother Gary are the only guys goofy enough to ever turn a 1954 Kaiser-Darrin into a full-blown drag car. In fact, they’ve done it twice.
Daniel Wentz had a comprehensive vision for his 1938 Packard, and he went into great detail specifying what he wanted.
Aside from some engine work and a second set of hard-rubber tires, Ken Mertes' amazing 1908 Sears Motor Buggy is almost entirely original.
After 13 years, Russell and Curtis Breutzmann's 1967 Oldsmobile Delta 88 convertible he turned out to be a pretty cool deal.
In his 40 years of ownership, Bill Guettler estimates he has put almost 300,000 miles on his Volkswagen Bug driving throughout California, and it has never let him down. He says it has been a joy to drive and work on.
As we entered the Car Corral area I spotted a “pink” 1958 Dodge D100 “Power Giant” pickup. I already owned too many vehicles, including a 1956 Chevrolet pickup, so buying another truck was the last thing on my wish list (or my wife’s).
Even though he still refers to it as “Grandpa’s truck,” Crandall Robbins has actually owned his 1924 Ford Model TT pickup longer than his grandfather.
Back in 2003, Bob Huelsman of Ohio told his son, Tom, he was considering selling the family 1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan to a friend.