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A few Packards intended for the American market in the 1920s were actually shipped to far away shores, and at least one particularly special 1925 Packard went as far as “Down Under.” More
Roland Foss admits he never would have guessed how rare and valuable his 1933 Ford Deluxe “woodie” would become when he stopped and made an impulse buy 46 years ago. More
Some guys lust after fabulous Classic prewar automobiles. Other guys dream about ‘50s fins, “Split Windows,” brass beauties or Hemi muscle. Don’t ask him why, but Harold Stuber found himself wishing for a plain Jane 1962 Nova station wagon. More
Pedro Aguilera tried his best to hide his excitement the first time he laid eyes on his 1927 Chrysler. The Port St. Lucie, Fla., resident had no intentions that fateful day four years ago of shopping for a pre-war Chrysler — or a Chrysler of any vintage for that matter — but it was love at first sight. More
Ken Rinear has pretty much reinvented his Olds Cutlass Supreme twice, turning it from a “decent No. 3 driver” to a top AACA award winner, then remaking it again as biceps-flexing 455 W-32 “SX” muscle machine. More
For the most part, Jim Miller’s 1956 Mercury Montclair appears to be pretty much a stock machine. But something isn’t quite right about the roof. It looks like the roof of a Ford Crown Victoria, the Montclair’s more celebrated stablemate from the 1950s. More
If there were ever a fan club formed solely for the 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix, Joe Boccio might have to run for club president. It’s unlikely anybody around is a bigger fan of the big ’68 GP’s than Boccio, a resident of Long Island. More
Woody Rutter figures as long as he has his 1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe wagon around, some of his favorite childhood memories will never be far from his mind. More
Bud is a true octogenarian orphan, at least until a long-lost kin comes out of the woodwork. Bud is only a car — a 1923 American — but the way the Manherz family talks about its colorful personality, you’re not so sure. More
There are probably a million different reasons why a guy could get attached to a particular old car. Cameron Dall’s motivation for wanting a 1935 Chrysler Airstream was simple: It reminded him of his dad.
“Yeah, my father had a car like this before he went into the service in World War II,” said the Mount Prospect, Ill., resident. “His father was a traveling salesman and every two years he got a new car. He probably bought a new car in 1935, and then got another one in 1937, and that’s when my dad got the car.” More