An orphaned car is really the norm, not the exception.
Robert H. Aller, longtime resident of Kearney, Mo., and one of the last zone service managers for the Packard Motor Car Co., passed away on May 1.
The two-hour “Paving the Way” program from Wade’s Depth of Field Productions company shows the operation of old cars on the western loop that was the National Park-to-Park Highway.
The Corvette was risky business for General Motors when first introduced.
When times got tough, savvy Ford depended on its parts program to keep customers coming back.
This Oklahoma collector has a passion for old cars, but his interest is in the oldest of the old — the horseless carriages and brass-era vehicles that launched the automotive industry.
Quartet of 1940s favorites from St. Louis show provides fitting salute to memorable decade in auto evolution.
Twenty-three Buicks spanning models from 1908 to 1983 were included in a special display at the 12th annual Motor Muster in Urbana, Ill. The display marked the 100th anniversary of General Motors.
In addition to the luxury car market, Packard appealed to light haulers, too.