Larry Debevec’s stunning 1967 Chevelle SS 396 was the first car the car-crazy youth bought when he was barely old enough to drive.
Looking like a cross between the Headless Horseman’s ghost coach and a conveyance for Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show, George Skorohod’s 1922 Model T Ford tow truck coughed to life with a “putt, putt-putt, putt-putt-putt” rhythm.
Dale Noble gets to repeat himself a lot when he takes his 1970 Oldsmobile out in public. Most people who lay eyes on the car have never heard of an Olds SX, and even fewer know what a “W-32” car is.
I lived in Fall River, Mass. in 1991. While running an errand, I drove past a used car dealership that had a really cool-looking ‘50s car in the front row. I did not know what it was until I got up close and checked it out. It was a 1958 Chrysler Saratoga four-door hardtop.
Mike Saskowski hasn’t driven his 1963 Chevrolet Impala to any demolition derbies yet. Someday, though, such a trip might be a nice “come full circle” moment,
The all-new 1970 Monte Carlo — with its clean lines, wide stance and luxury car appeal — had made an impression on the young Art Petridis.
Don Obermeyer’s 1908 Buick has been in the family since long before he came along. And if he has his wish, it will still be in the family long after he’s gone.
Behind the Buick GNX, the Buick WE4 was the second-quickest stock turbocharged Buick built, outdoing even the Grand National.
he new 1967 Mercury Cougar was supposed to be, in many ways, even better than the Mustang, which already had a raging love affair going with the car buying public.
Every car guy has their weak spot, and for Chris Cutts it’s big fins. Huge, gaudy, MoPar fins. Cutts can’t help himself, and it’s an affliction that’s been with him for years.