Andy Switzer had a pretty legitimate reason for never previously pursuing a car as nice as his stunning 1931 Lincoln Model K sedan. He simply didn’t think he could ever afford it. “I thought a car like this would have been out of my price range, so I didn’t even look at anything like...
There aren’t very many Chevrolet Classic Six models left, and of the paltry few survivors, the oldest running example is accessible to the public nearly every day.
On top of all the other things to like about the truck — it’s wonderful condition, originality and scarcity among them — Enfield’s turquoise-and-white 1964 Chevrolet Rampside is a true “barn find.”
There’s a good reason Tom Austin’s gorgeous 1953 Mercury Monterey hardtop wears “45 rpm” personalized collector license plates.
There were plenty of reasons for Richard Black to fall for his 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline Aerosedan when he first laid eyes on it.
After forty-five years, Dave Owens still has his yellow-and-black 1958 Ford Custom 300 sedan,
In hindsight, buying a 1965 Ford Thunderbird limited edition Special Landau coupe that just needed a little attention an some TLC doesn’t seem to be too big of a risk,
The 652Y was a small but interesting chapter in the Auburn history book.
Larry Baker’s first new car was pretty cool — a red 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible.
If Ron Nelson ever decides to part with his big, beautiful, bright yellow 1966 Mercury Park Lane, it definitely won’t be for the same reason that the previous owner let the car go.