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,...
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...
The Historic Vehicle Association recently re-created the 3,500-mile cross-country journey that Edsel Ford took 100 years ago in a similar 1915 Model T.
An Italian Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Cabriolet glided to victory at the 65th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance on Sunday.
Never heard of a Humber Hawk? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
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.
Australian farmer Slim Westman originated the idea for a vehicle that became known as the Ute and Chevrolet was not involved.
Old Cars Weekly previews this year's big Pebble Beach Auction auction week.
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....
Born out of the crucible of racing, Duesenbergs were built for speed, and many survivors will speed again this year at the Duesenberg Thunder Run and Vintage Fly-in.