There have been plenty of one-year wonders in automotive history, but there may never have been a shooting star that shone as brightly as the Tucker.
The year 1937 marked the high point for the company's prestige and success.
Henry J. Kaiser and Joseph W. Frazer joined forces to make their mark in the 1940s.
Nash & Studebaker were bright beacons following WWII, and a sure sign that there was still room in the market for the smaller independent automakers.
Even in the early days, there was always a place for the American luxury car.
William C. Durant was both respected and criticized for his leadership of the car company he created. How would General Motors survive the economic crisis of 1920?
For a time, a very brief time, Stephens automobiles offered good return for the money. Who could ask for anything more in an American-made car with a true Midwestern heritage?
Stan Kann might be better known for his television appearances, but he was also an avid car collector.
The process of restoring a car starts much earlier than removal of the first bolt. The initial steps can lay a groundwork of success, if properly followed.