Even if his mother-in-law hadn’t sold him her car, Verlyn Rasmussen says he probably would have broke down and bought himself a Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS anyway. Today, it just seems inevitable that he had to have one. Rasmussen’s 1986 Chevrolet is his pride and joy — along with his 1978...
Dan and Joyce Staehle’s lovely green droptop is one of 11,649 convertible Firebirds built for 1969.
Story by John Gunnell – Photos Christa Haley Lately there’s been a move afoot, on the part of Shelby-collectors, to add Bronco sport utility vehicles (SUVs) to their collections. Seth Burgett is one of the drivers of this movement. He is chief executive officer of Gateway Broncos (www.gatewaybroncos.com), a firm...
While few styling updates differentiated the 1950 Chevy from the previous model year, there was one very notable new body style released, the Bel Air two-door hardtop.
Along with the fact that his father was big into them, Tom Markielewski has a pretty good reason for loving Kaiser automobiles.
Story & Photos By Al Rogers Among the thousands of cars at a recent Iola Car Show in Iola, Wis., a bright red ’73 Plymouth Barracuda caught my eye. As I approached the Barracuda, the “340” emblem on the hood scoop came into focus and I realized this was the performance...
Tom Brickbauer got some sound advice from some of his car-loving friends a few years ago. Today, he’s glad he listened.
The 1965 Chevrolet Malibu SS was the car that got away from Brian Robertson when he was a kid. Now it’s the car he will probably never let go as an adult.
Ken Schermitzler had been a “Square ‘Bird” guy for a long time. But he always wanted to be a “Baby ‘Bird” guy.
While organizing a special "Icons of Design" category for the annual Eyes On Design car show in 2016, I caught wind of a special Hemi-powered MoPar hidden away in the Great White North.