Car of the Week

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Car of the Week: 1965 Porsche 911 coupe

This week's "Car of the Week" comes from Old Cars Weekly reader Dave Hedderly-Smith. He is the proud owner of a short-wheelbase 1965 Porsche 911 coupe – VIN No. 301814, No. 1,814 off the 911 assembly line.

Car of the Week: 1940 Packard One-Sixty

You can refer to Ron and Nancy’s sweet 1940 Packard as a Super Eight. You can call it by its model number, 1803, or its series, One-Sixty. Or you can just call it a “Senior Packard.” Ron and Nancy call it “Big Red.”

Car of the Week – 1967 ‘Cherokee’ Camaro

    The Cherokee show car is the perfect vehicle to spotlight for the Camaro’s 50th anniversary this year. Ford invented the “pony car” with the 1965 Mustang. GM was playing catch-up. One idea was to make potential buyers think of the Camaro as a “cousin” to the Corvette. But, another way to promote...

Car of the Week: 1982 Dodge Rampage

The Dodge Rampage was based on the Dodge Omni 024 coupe and was Chrysler’s answer to the long-running El Camino and Ranchero — the long-running car/pickups from Chevrolet and Ford. I