Last winter, Old Cars Weekly subscriber Brad Yoho of Stillwater, Minn., completed the restoration of an unusual 1948 Crosley that was customized several decades ago. The Crosley began as a factory-produced convertible, although the convertible Crosleys at this time had more of a sliding roof than a true complete folding top. Yoho believes the...
See 1955 LaSalle found in junkyard in motion for the first time. Plus watch video of Joe Bortz and his dream/concept cars at the Geneva Concours d'Elegance.
Richard Mitchell’s adoration for all things Stutz comes naturally with his show-quality supercharged 1929 Stutz Model M coupe.
When Jim Schwartz of Hudson, Wis., takes his bright red 1974 AMC Matador X out of his garage, somebody is going to talk to him.
New Old Chevys UPDATE: Find the complete list of cars from the Lambrecht Collection here.Inventory_Preliminary-2 By Ron Kowalke Pierce, Neb., will have the feel of the past Sept. 28, when fall meant the arrival of the eagerly anticipated launch of new model cars and trucks at auto dealerships around the country. In this instance,...
The 1950s cars of tomorrow featured ideas with the promise of progress during the jet age. Check out these lesser-known concept cars.
The 1956 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday sedan proudly driven to car shows and parades by Norris and Phyllis Teague is the same car they drove during their honeymoon in the summer of 1963.
Custom-Taylored Story and photos by John Bellah The annual LA Auto Show takes place late in the calendar year and allows those in the Los Angeles area to see the latest and greatest in automotive technology — smart cars, “green” technology, concept cars, new models and the latest in aftermarket accessories. While everyone was...
This 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4-4-2 is owned by Clifton Cummins, 53, who ordered the car in March 1976 from the Johnny Kool Oldsmobile dealership in Indianapolis. It was built on April 23, 1976, and Cummins picked it up about three weeks later.
There’s nothing like being in the right place at the right time. Just ask Bob Wagner – owner of a well-appointed 1932 Chrysler Eight.