Glickman’s attraction to the 1972 Cutlass Supreme provides a good illustration of why the cars were so popular.
Story and photos by Brian Earnest General Motors assembled more than 142,000 of its glorious, glamorous and glitzy 1959 Cadillacs as the era of big fins reached its zenith. Mike Siegal always held out hope that there was one out there somewhere that was meant to be his. The old car-loving Skokie, Ill., resident...
It might be easy to ignore or overlook at a weekend collector car show, but Mike Sperl’s 1975 International 3/4-ton D-200 pickup is a truly unusual machine.
When it comes to rat rodding, Don Duchene and some of his car buddies are all about reaching new lows. The lower, the better.
In 1954, Motor Trend magazine test drove the first Triumph TR2 to reach the West Coast. It was a Pearl White roadster with Geranium upholstery, a Geranium top and matching side curtains.
Ron Knoll figured if he made a make in buying his 1963 Chrysler 300 Pace Setter he had a built-in excuse. He could just blame his grandkids.
If cars could talk, this 1958 Delray Model 1221 Utility Sedan would have an interesting story to tell. Unfortunately, it keeps all of its past a secret.
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.