Heritage Museums & Gardens opens for the season April 13 with its 2013 special exhibit – “Driving Our Dreams: Imagination in Motion” – which will pay homage to the great car concepts and designers who pushed the boundaries of automobile design and technology.
Richard Gies purchased this 1966 Charger and a boat load of parts from his nephew and set out to make it better than new. With some help, he turned it into a show-stopper.
Is there such a thing as a bad day at a car show? Watch this video... and feel the pain!
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.
Tired of feeling pain at the pump? Maybe you could use a little Platformate! Check out this 1964 Shell Gas commercial.
It's hard to say why the industry peaks in certain years with design and engineering trends, but there’s little doubt 1963 was a time for special cars.
Are you intrigued by anecdotal stories about old Fords and the people connected to them? Check out this ghost story... if you dare...
Texas man buys 1948 Lincoln Continental that was the last car Babe Ruth ever owned, and very likely the last car he drove.
Much like today, yesterday’s stars drove some of the finest machinery available to them. Often, Hollywood’s heroes and heroines were photographed with their new purchases, which ranged from the uncommon to the opulent, and sometimes both. Take a ride around Tinseltown...
Season's Greetings from the staff at Old Cars Weekly!! We at Old Cars couldn't think of more appropriate holiday greeting than our favorite Old Cars Carol, otherwise known as "Rusty Chevrolet" by Da Yoopers. Dashing through da snow... in my rusty Chevrolet...