Car Life called the Chrysler 300-G “the best road car on the market.” Chrysler called it “the brand-new 1961 version of Chrysler’s championship breed.
Milt McMillen has had to make plenty of tough calls over the years on whether to buy — or not buy — a car to add to his impressive collector vehicle fleet. His 1956 Dodge La Femme was not one of those tough calls.
Alan C. Orenstein Back in June of 1998, Alan Orenstein checked the local newspaper classified ads for antique and classic cars for sale and found a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1.
Certainly one of the sharpest and most collectible offerings of the Fox body Mustang era was the 1984 20th Anniversary G.T. 350,
My 1959 Imperial Crown is an original car with approximately 40,000 miles.
Tom Upham, of Janesville, Wis., spotted a strange ad back in 2009 offering to trade at 1957 Studebaker Silver Hawk for a pontoon boat.
Jeff Leonard's 1969 "Dick Harrell" Camaro is a rare 427 muscle car prize with a rich racing history.
Bernie Pranica was plenty surprised with the truck he wound up with. The veteran hobbyist didn’t even remember the Dodge Town Wagons of the 1950s and ‘60s.
There was one unlikely street machine that could smoke a new 1978 Corvette or Trans Am: the Dodge D150 Adventurer Li’l Red Express truck.
As a collector vehicle, Dave Labar’s 1970 AMC Javelin SST is unique in several ways.