2012 Old Cars Calendar finalists announced

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It’s only July, but the Old Cars Weekly staff is already thinking 2012. The first item of business is the annual Old Cars Collector’s Edition Calendar, which is filled entirely with subscribers’ vehicles.

As has been the case since the 1996 calendar, Old Cars Weekly and Old Cars Report Price Guide readers have amazing collector vehicles and we’re proud to share them. We just wish there were more months of the year so we could include more readers’ cars and trucks.

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The 13 finalists (12 monthly and a single cover image) whose collector vehicles were selected to grace the pages of the 2012 Old Cars Collector’s Edition Calendar are:

COVER: 1932 Plymouth PB rumbleseat roadster owned by David B. Young of Westminster, Maryland

JANUARY: 1939 Mercury Series 99A coupe owned by Randy McMillen of Mansfield, Ohio

FEBRUARY:
1956 Chrysler New Yorker convertible owned by John R. Cote of Guilford, Connecticut

MARCH:
1924 Willys Knight Model 64 roadster owned by Gene and Karen Fisher of Harlowtown, Montana

APRIL: 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am coupe Super Duty 455 owned by Gary Yanni of Webster, New York

MAY: 1936 Cord 810 Westchester sedan owned by Davis McCann of Parker, Colorado

JUNE:
1950 Allard K2 roadster (w/Cadillac V-8) owned by Andrew Picariello of Marstons Mills, Massachusetts

JULY:
1941 Packard 120 convertible coupe owned by Jack and Annie Bonham of Shawano, Wisconsin

AUGUST: 1959 Rambler Six Deluxe sedan owned by Frank Lund of Burlington, Colorado

SEPTEMBER: 1939 Hupmobile Skylark Corsair convertible owned by Tom Hincz of Kenosha, Wisconsin

OCTOBER: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible (w/fuel injection) owned by Michael Brown of Arlington, Texas

NOVEMBER: 1938 Lincoln-Zephyr coupe owned by Donald Peterson of Wilkesboro, North Carolina

DECEMBER: 1962 Pontiac Tempest Custom convertible owned by Brian Baird of California City, Calif.
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