Mustang guy Dan Nicewander showed up at an auction in 2013 looking for garage decorations and wound up having a 1972 Dodge Challenger follow him home.
Wally Suchon spent years helping fix up cars for other people. When the time finally came for him to enjoy his own hobby car, he found just the right car on the first try.
Jim Hibbert knew from the beginning he wanted to complete a frame-off restoration of his 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle.
Mike Christensen has no idea when he helped his wife Jude track down and buy her little 1972 Ford Pinto that his own pride and joy — a stellar 1966 Mustang — would wind up suffering through an identity crisis.
The debut 1963 Riviera was a new player in the field of personal luxury cars and meant to be a direct challenger to the Ford Thunderbird.
Completed in 1937, Tommy Lee’s one-of-a-kind Speedster was said to have cost $25,000, a princely sum in the midst of the Depression.
Glenn Jandt never got to the point of complete despair during the 23-year restoration odyssey on his 1947 Chevrolet 3800 1-ton pickup. But it was close.
Ed Suchorski didn’t set out to corner the market on 1942 Mercurys, even if it appears that way.
According to Plymouth paint chips, the 1968 Road Runner came in Medium Blue, Mist Blue, Midnight Blue, Electric Blue and Frost Blue. But this is the history — or should we say “mystery” — of the Petty Blue version that was most likely only produced for a very short time.
Even though he wasn’t looking for such an iconic car, Mitch Gehrke didn’t have much trouble rationalizing his decision a few years back to write about a sizeable check for his 1970 Plymouth Superbird.