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Half-a-million miles: Pinto still kicking

Old Cars Weekly archive – Original print date – March 6, 2008 Story by Tom Collins California Pinto hits the mark A half-million-mile vehicle sounds like something that might be claimed by a famed truck company and a prized over-the-road tractor. When the vehicle under the microscope is not a mighty Kenworth or Peterbuilt,...

Remembering the Mustang II King Cobra

By Brad Bowling The 1974-78 Mustang II series is arguably the most controversial generation in the Mustang’s 50-year history, but most enthusiasts are willing to concede a model or two with a spark of excitement. In hindsight, the downsized II platform did one thing very well; it kept the Mustang name alive at a...

Wisconsin’s ‘Cadillac Barn’

In addition to their V-16 and V-12 Cadillacs and the Packard Twelves, Dave and Marlese have many more collector cars. And yes, that Gardner that started it all is still around.

Q&A with Kit Foster: August 8, 2015

Q. I have a 1956 Plymouth Savoy with a 277-cubic-inch V-8 and manual three-speed transmission. Changing the oil filter is always a hassle due to the cartridge-type oil filter. You have to be careful to make sure the gasket sits right while trying not to cross-thread the bolt, all while lying on your back....