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Back in 1975, the deal didn’t seem to be all that great for Bob Quast. Not only did he lose part of a digit in a work accident, but the incident somehow led to him parking his beloved 1969 Ford Torino GT. Now, 35 years later, the whole episode seems to have had a pretty happy ending. The pain of that accident has long been in Quast’s rearview mirror, and these days he has his lovely Torino back on the road and looking great.
Even though he owns one of the most well-appointed and wonderfully preserved 1967 International Travelalls you’ll find anywhere, Bill Schabel just can’t bring himself to coddle his IHC. After all, the vehicle has the word “Travel” in its name, and Schabel figures there is simply no way such a machine ever deserves to sit idly in a garage somewhere living out its life as a shiny, clean, mamby-pamby showpiece.
When he was a teen-ager on the prowl for his first car, Nick Herzfeldt didn’t expect to wind up with his great-grandfather’s Mercury Montego. And he darn sure didn’t expect to still be driving it, showing it and generally having a ball with it 24 years later. More
The way Jeff Leslie figured it, if he was going to take on a challenge as ominous as fully restoring an elusive and obscure 1966 Ford Bronco roadster, he was going to go all the way. Two years later, with his unusual Bronco finally finished, Leslie could confidently declare his mission accomplished. More
In spite of all its machismo, fearsome looks and tire-smoking reputation, one of the things Mark Spaude likes most about his sweet 1968 Shelby GT-350 Mustang is it’s simply a nice car to drive. It’s pretty reliable, it runs good, and it drives like a dream, especially for a muscle car. More
Josh Mazur can remember riding in his dad’s 1969 Chevelle when he was just a little guy. When he decided that he wanted to buy his own Chevelle, the last car he figured he’d wind up with is the car his dad once owned. But that’s what happened.
A lot of bang for the buck and an instant hit for Plymouth.
Joe Fougerousse has always had a taste for originality and wanted something different from the rest of the crowd. That’s partly, he said, what steered him toward cars made by American Motors Corp. Once he started driving AMCs, he became convinced they were better cars than many of their counterparts. One of Fougerousse’s claims to fame these days is that he owns a 1968 AMC Rebel SST convertible that ranks among the finest specimens of that particular make and model in existence. More