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.
Jim Steele probably didn’t need any more friends and acquaintances in his life, but he acquired more than a few when he decided to adopt a sweet 1941 Packard.
By Brian Earnest Edward Philie was the only teenager in his corner of the world who had an old Studebaker “limo” when he was a kid. Four decades or so later, he’s the only one around Rockland, Mass., with one, and that’s just the way he likes it. “The very first car I ever...
Tom Marcucci recalls the stargazed effect of seeing his uncle’s brand-new, yellow 1968 Corvette coupe. Just 12 years old at the time, Marcucci dreamed of one day getting behind the wheel of his own Corvette
In 2008, Frank Haines saw a classified ad in Farm Collector Magazine for a 1963 Zip Van that was set to be auctioned. When the hammer went down, Haines had the winning bid. For the former postal worker, the van struck an emotional cord.
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.