The first-gen Buick LeSabre proved to be extremely popular wherever it was positioned and wound up being Buick’s top seller from 1959 through 1964.
The 1960 Ford Country Squire station wagons were the latest and greatest in a long, proud line of Ford station wagons that dated back to 1929.
The Dodge Rampage was based on the Dodge Omni 024 coupe and was Chrysler’s answer to the long-running El Camino and Ranchero — the long-running car/pickups from Chevrolet and Ford. I
To understand what Robert Aldrich and his peers of the time were thinking in building their cars, one must forget all of today’s modern advantages
As in 1955, the handsome 1956 Ford Customline was one notch below the Fairlane and one notch above the Mainline.
For reasons unknown, Paul Stewart’s stellar 1971 Plymouth Road Runner has always been sort of “the car that nobody wanted.”
For a fun weekend cruiser and all-around ride, the beautiful Monte Carlo was tough to beat in 1977.
Jim Hibbert knew from the beginning he wanted to complete a frame-off restoration of his 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle.
Ron Acker figured he had it right the first time. As a college student back in 1967, he took delivery of a shiny new 1967 Chevrolet Corvette coupe from a Madison, Wis., Chevrolet dealer.
When Jack Ross gets really fired up about a car, particularly “The Great American Sports Car”, you can bet it’s for something pretty sweet. Such is the case with his stellar 1959 Corvette convertible.