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Liz Taylor’s 1956 Continental Mark II wows crowd

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Custom-Taylored Story and photos by John Bellah The annual LA Auto Show takes place late in the calendar year and allows those in the Los Angeles area to see the latest and greatest in automotive technology — smart cars, “green” … More »

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Historic Detroit Model T Plant Museum re-opens

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Birthplace to the legendary Model T, the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant museum and education center in Detroit have re-opened. More »

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First Glance: Tom Mack Auctions has ‘Big Thursday’

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The Big Thursday Tom Mack Auction, held April 4 at the Cabarrus Event Center in Concord, N.C., lived up to its name with big deals. More »

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Iola theme cars needed: Join the ‘Showdown in I-Town’

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Iola Old Car Show organizers are looking for a few good Chevys and Fords to fill their theme tent this summer. More »

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Roy Brown remembered as father of the Edsel

In 2007 at the 50th Anniversary of the Edsel in Dearborn, Mich., Chief Stylist Roy Brown (right) visited with another Edsel alum, C. Gayle Warnock, head of PR for the Edsel Division.

It is considered one of the biggest automotive flops to ever come off any assembly line, but to those who own, drive and restore an Edsel automobile, it is a beautiful creature, designed by a truly talented man, Roy Brown. On Sunday, Feb. 24, Brown, at the age of 96, died near his home of the past 45 years in Brooklyn, Mich. More »

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Video Vault: Check out this 1964 Shell Gas commercial

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Tired of feeling pain at the pump? Maybe you could use a little Platformate! Check out this 1964 Shell Gas commercial. More »

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Car of the Week: 1963 1/2 Ford Falcon Sprint

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John Rossi’s luck changed drastically for the better, in 2010 when he found an amazing 30,000-mile all-original 1963 1/2 Ford Falcon Sprint — white with a black top and near-perfect red vinyl upholstery — that hadn’t really been driven since 1969. It might be the most original 1963 Sprint left on the planet, and he had to have it. More »

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Watching The Fords Go By: ‘A’ ghost story

Zeke and Molly Hill owned a 1930 Model A roadster similar to this one. This original Model A was photographed in 1955.

Are you intrigued by anecdotal stories about old Fords and the people connected to them? Check out this ghost story… if you dare… More »

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Bear hugs: Teddys ‘drive’ vintage cars to hospital

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The Olympic Vintage Auto Club has been collecting and donating teddy bears to Harrison Hospital in Silverdale, Wash., for the past 12 years. More »

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Petersen Museum to preserve LA legacies

This 1963 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III is the latest in a long line of vehicle donations in the Petersen Automotive Museum.

LOS ANGELES – The Petersen Automotive Museum recently received two outstanding vehicles to add to its world-class collection of more than 400 vehicles. “Double Dozen” a hand-built roadster whose design is based on a 1933 Ford, and an immaculate 1963 … More »

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