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If there is anybody that got their first hobby car earlier than age 4 — the age that Paul Flora’s father bought him his 1931 Chevy — Flora hasn’t met them yet.
Celebrated Southern California Collection Partners with Renowned Coachbuilder to Complete a Jean Bugatti Masterpiece Oxnard, Calif. (April 27, 2011) – The Peter Mullin Automotive Museum Foundation, organized to support nonprofit public charities that are dedicated to the study, preservation and … More
It’s never too early to plan a party, especially when that party celebrates the iconic 1932 Ford. The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is already prepping the streamers and horns for Deuces in March 2012. If the first flathead … More
Earl Pamperin admits he probably didn’t fully understand what he was getting himself into when he decided to bring his rare 1937 Willys sedan back to life almost 25 years ago.
That’s probably a good thing, because he might have been scared off if he had fully grasped how challenging it would be. More
From the pages of the September 1932 "Automobile Digest"
An Oregon City couple lost a classic car, but their log cabin home was spared during a fire Friday. Officials with Clackamas Fire District No. 1 said the owner of the log cabin-style home at 14938 Burkstrom Road was working … More
In official company nomenclature, it was known as the 1932 Chevrolet Model 21BA Confederate Special Sedan. Hal Hartel and his wife Beth just casually call it “the Chevy.” As in, “Honey, I need to run down to the store for a loaf of bred, should I just take the Chevy?” “And she calls it her ‘Bonnie and Clyde car, too” adds Hal with a laugh.
Sometimes the best things come when you least expect it
One of the reasons Gilford Burns loved his 1935 Ford Deluxe Tudor was because of all the fun little things he was able to do to the car, thanks to his fondness for gadgetry and his job as an instrument technician for Pan American Airways. Some old Fords from that era got flames and scallops, some went without fenders or hoods. Gilford Burns’ car cruised around with various airplane parts bolted all over it. More