Austie Clark’s 1911 Mercer Raceabout to be auctioned in Monterey August 15-16 A special 1911 Mercer Raceabout once owned by Henry Austin “Austie” Clark Jr., who literally wrote the book with Beverly Rae Kimes on Mercer and more than 5,000 other prewar cars for OCW in “The Standard Catalog of America Cars 1805-1942,” will...
Scores of regional and national publications are receiving the Golden Quill Award for club publications published during 2013.
Restorer and reader Marty Martino was looking to buy a 1956 Ford Town Victoria four-door hardtop as yard art, but we don’t think it wasn’t the Ford’s color combination, condition or patina that sold him — it was the relic from 1979 on the front seat. Martino joked, “Old Cars Weekly lasts forever!”
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.
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.
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.
Curt Hendrickson tried about everything he could think of to kill off his 1973 Ford Bronco. For 30 years, the rugged little 4x4 was busy jumping stumps, dodging trees, plowing through mud and living in the great outdoors. The Bronco tracked deer, hunted for fowl, crossed rivers, climbed steep hills and generally took a...
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.
Lance Beaulieu’s 1948 De Soto Custom convertible wasn’t so much a barn find as a corn crib find.
The latest delivery from the stork to Daryl Skaar’s shiny red clan is a stunning 1955 Chevrolet Nomad wagon.