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The Crosley Hotshot was an extremely competitive sports car in its day, taking victory in the first Sam Collier Memorial Endurance Race, held in Sebring, Florida, in 1950.
1936 Packard Eight Phaeton. Images courtesy Barrett-Jackson. It isn’t clear how many Fourteenth Series phaetons Packard built for the 1936 model year, but if the claim of auction firms RM, Mecum and Barrett-Jackson is to be believed, just one 1936 Packard Eight Phaeton survives.
Porsche FLA Study. Photos courtesy Porsche Museum. Its full name, the Forschungsprojekt Langzeit Auto (Research Project Long Time Car), hardly rolls off the tongue, even by German language standards.
This is the engine compartment of the ’67 Buick GS 400 circa late 2007 when I first got it; the exterior color was changed from Verde Green to Blue Mist when the body was restored.
Images from the collection of Mark J. McCourt Audi is going from strength to strength today, posting sales figures that would have seemed impossible even 15 years ago.
So for today’s carspotting exercise, let’s step onto the mean – so, so mean – streets of Toronto in the early 1970s with a few photos from the City of Toronto’s Planning and Development Department.
Straightforward writeups are usually great for selling a car: You want to inform prospective buyers of the condition and history of the car and make sure they know what exactly it is they’re buying.
Greg Miller, at the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum in Tooele, Utah. Photos courtesy Expeditions 7. From an early age, Greg Miller was surrounded by Toyotas, or, more specifically, the family’s vehicle of choice: the Toyota Land Cruiser.
Custom Harley-Davidson with aftermarket exhaust. Photo by Flickr user tuxbrother. When Michigan State Representative Doug Geiss introduced House Bill No.
Alan Rosenblum of Utica, New York, in his 1957 BMW 507 Roadster; the car won the Gullwing Motor Cars Award.
A 1941 Packard One-Twenty woodie wagon at the Saturday Cruise-In Spectacular. Photos by author. Go to any concours d’elegance event, our own included, and you’re guaranteed to see stunning cars in a spectacular setting.
According to the Boston Public Library, these two photos (from January 1972 above and November 1971 below) show the library’s Johnson building along Boylston Street as construction neared completion.
Generation 1 and 2 Dodge Viper RT/10 roadsters are raw, rough, impractical, uncomfortable and unforgiving.
Photos by the author. About half a dozen years ago, when David Salzman of Jupiter, Florida, began his search for a collector car from the 1950s to restore and show, he found himself looking beyond the typical choices.
Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s Orbitron, now restored. Photo courtesy Beau Boeckmann. [Author Tom Cotter has collected hundreds of "barn-find" stories for his previous books, The Cobra in the Barn, The Corvette in the Barn, The Harley in the Barn, The Hemi in the Barn, and The Vincent in the Barn.
The 2014 Hemmings Motor News Concours d’Elegance. Photos by author. What do you get when you blend over 140 of the finest collector cars in the U.S.
As if the survivor status of this 1969 Ford LTD hardtop coupe, for sale on Hemmings.com, wasn’t incentive enough to make the seller an offer, the car also played a (small) background role in the Clint Eastwood film Jersey Boys, which certainly gives the Ford’s next owner bragging rights.
Some critics charge that people who keep their all-original cars untouched, unpainted, unreupholstered, unrestored, and unrechromed are simply lazy or cheap.
With some mechanical work, there seems to be no reason this 1955 International RM-120 Metro delivery van for sale on Hemmings.com couldn’t be pressed back into service, and the seller rattles off a number of possible uses for it, from food truck to swap meet parts hauler.
* Clay modeling was a state-of-the-art practice when Gordon Buehrig introduced it to the design staff at Auburn and Cord in the 1930s, so it’s fascinating to see how exactly they implemented it in this video that Mac’s Motor City Garage came across this week.