Muscle cars, microcars, 1950s cream puffs, movie and TV cars, racers, replicas of the earliest cars ever built, motorcycles, gas pumps, neon signage … the mix in the Licaris' CarCatcher Museum is astonishing,
Q. I read your answer to the “four eyed” 1956 Cadillac question (Apr. 16). Actually the Sedan DeVille in the photo is probably the only actual quad headlight prototype done by Cadillac on a production car. It was a hardtop Sedan DeVille that was shown by Car Life or Motor Trend in late ’56....
If there is such a thing as a “sleeper” Corvette, Mark Kiel can make a pretty good case for his 1986 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car.
Randy McMillen is a sucker for unique “fixer-upper” cars, and his wonderful 1957 BMW Isetta Cabriolet filled the bill on all fronts. The quirky little German-engineered three-wheelers stands out in pretty much any crowd these days, and McMillen knew his ’57 had more potential than most. All it needed was some patience and TLC....
On hot days, Tom Gesior of Garwood, N.J., can just look into his garage at his cool 1966 Ford Good Humor ice cream truck and pull out an ice cream bar.
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.