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.
"What are we going to see this time," I said to myself. We wound up at the Lincoln-Mercury dealer in Easton, PA — right on the East end of Northampton Street. We walked into the showroom, and there was a ‘light blue’ (the official color) 1956 Continental Mark II.
With his knack for uncovering great cars, Larry Fisette has learned that leads can come from surprising places, and no matter how unlikely sounding they may be, a lead is always worth following. When fellow gear head Bob Brown was driving to Michigan to check out some Mills Novelty Co. musical instruments, he invited...
Sometimes, when Jeff Larger gets to talking about how ridiculously original — not to mention very rare, and very cool — his family’s 1942 Chrysler Town and Country sedan is, all he can do is laugh.
When Jack Ross gets really fired up about a car, particularly “The Great American Sports Car”, you can bet it’s for something pretty sweet. Such is the case with his stellar 1959 Corvette convertible.
It’s not a Photoshopped Chevrolet, nor is it a custom. It is indeed a 1950 Oldsmobile sedan delivery, and no, Oldsmobile did not build one for John Q. Public. It built the vehicle for itself.
Phil Harrison isn’t quite ready to mention his big, white Chevrolet in the same breath as death and taxes. But it’s close. No matter where he goes, the Cedar Springs, Mich., resident can be pretty secure in knowing that he will be the only one to show up in an ultra-rare 1955 Chevrolet One-Fifty...
Curt Hendrickson tried about everything he could think of to kill off his 1973 Ford Bronco. For 30 years, the rugged little 4x4 was busy jumping stumps, dodging trees, plowing through mud and living in the great outdoors. The Bronco tracked deer, hunted for fowl, crossed rivers, climbed steep hills and generally took a...
Not only was his 1965 L79 Chevelle 300 special to Gordon Rohde, it was — and is — a special car to the small-block bow-tie faithful.