I first saw this 1950 Buick convertible from a distance in February of 2012. I hadn’t seen one of these for years. But as I got closer something appeared wrong. It had four doors!
Before leaving Buick in 1951 to move up the GM ladder, Charles Chayne approved construction of the XP-300 and a companion dream car called the LeSabre.
Jeff Baker became the latest in a short succession of owners who have all treated his gorgeous 1957 DeSoto Sportsman gently. He has added 9,000 miles to the clock in the past 23 years, bringing the total to 22,000 miles and change.
Two years removed from its major restyling for 1963, the second-generation Corvette reached its midway point in 1965 with a model that was cleaned up slightly in the exterior styling department and debuted a few big performance improvements.
Dr. Gerald Bucholtz was exactly the kind of guy Chevrolet had it mind when it decided to market a Z/28 Camaro.
The 1969 Dodge Charger was a modestly updated version of the Gen 2 Charger that arrived in 1968.
After Bob Woodburn’s 1930 Model A Ford, finding adequate words to describe it is a real challenge. Odd? Offbeat? Outrageous? Weird?
Scott Berger’s original, low-mileage Impala is one of 497,048 four-door sedans built by Chevrolet in three different series — Biscayne, Bel Air and Impala — for the 1960 model year,
Between the two of them, Wayne and Kevin Bennin have owned their grandfather’s 1939 Chevrolet even longer than he did. But to them, the little black sedan will always be “Grandpa’s Chevy.”
Ken Steinke had always wanted to do at least one custom car project in his lifetime. So when he was convinced the time had finally come to customize a car, he choose a 1948 DeSoto that he already owned and had drooled over since the first time he laid eyes on it.