If you were looking for a new car at holiday time 50 years ago, you had a lot to choose from…
Reversing a trend of rodders finding restored cars to build, or original-condition project cars to modify, this highboy was being restored to original condition when the current owner bought it.
Some of you have recently reported suspicious offers in the mail to renew your subscription to Old Cars Weekly magazine. Your uneasiness may be justified.
It's been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was killed by an assassin’s bullet in Dallas while riding in a specially built presidential parade car. That car may be one off the most valuable historic vehicles in the world today.
For years, people have been requesting documentation of retired Old Cars Weekly Research Editor Kenny Buttolph’s knowledge and adventures. This is the first installment in what we expect to be a series.
The hearty Nebraska wind that blew across the 507 cars collected by Ray Lambrecht of the defunct Lambrecht Chevrolet Co. in Pierce finally carried the cars across the world following the auction of the collection on Sept. 28-29.
Classic car owners should pay particular attention when considering storage during inclement months when rain and snow can take their toll on a good original or nicely restored car.
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...
If you’re planning some spirited touring, you’ll want to do a complete safety check.
William Miller of Frankfort, Ind., took to the track in his green, vintage Indy racer during the Harry A. Miller Club’s “Millers at Milwaukee” meet on July 12-13 in Milwaukee, Wis.