As soon as Joe Giglio drove out his in his 1964 Ford Thunderbird became understandable why 50 years ago it was a valet’s favorite charge.
Story and photos by Mike Eppinger Sometimes a car calls out to you when you least expect it. Bill “Z” Zeromski wasn’t always a diehard MoPar man. In fact, he used to be a Ford disciple until fate intervened and a Super Bee changed him forever. Zeromski’s Butterscotch 1969 Dodge Super Bee is the result...
As a lifetime lover of prewar touring cars, Rodger Wilson is doing his part to spread the old car gospel behind the wheel of his lovely 1922 Overland.
Beautiful new styling characterized the second-generation Chargers, which saw a huge sales boost from 14,980 cars in 1967 to 96,100 new 1968 cars, all of which were two-door hardtops.
The mid-size Dodge Coronet underwent a transformation for the 1968 model year. It was completely restyled from stem to stern.
Buick came out with it’s hot Gran Sport package for 1965 as a first foray into the exploding muscle car segment. Ironically, Oleg Shmuylovskiy wound up with a ’65 GS because he wanted something civil and subdued.
Most kids remember the first time they were in a car when the speedometer crossed the century mark. OCW reader Dave Reardon’s century-mark experience may have turned him into a Ford man. It undoubtedly made him a ’40 Ford Deluxe coupe fan.
Not many souls under the guillotine get a reprieve, but this 1955 Plymouth Belvedere was rescued more than once from a grim future.
Dennis and Laurie McGill almost overlooked their Gypsy Red 1955 Corvette, but when it appeared for sale after their long hunt for a later Corvette, they quickly learned to appreciate what they had found.
By Brian Earnest Kent Waddington always knew what the answer was going to be, but he kept asking the question anyway. “Can I buy your car?” Finally, after he had begun to lose hope that he would ever land the intoxicating 1965 Buick Wildcat sport coupe he had been lusting after for more than...