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Photos by the author. The Italian version of the DMV likely doesn’t appear on most folks’ European vacation itineraries.
Date: mid-1960s Location: Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut Source: via Joe Sokola What do you see here?
From the seller’s description: 1966 Dodge Charger fifty year anniversary. This is one car I will miss.
1966 AAR Eagle Indy Car, chassis 201. Photos by Karissa Hosek, courtesy RM Sotheby’s. Dan Gurney’s All American Racers has established itself as one of America’s most successful race car constructors, amassing wins in series as diverse as sports car, Formula 1 and Indy Car.
The opening of the Holley Control Tower on July 13. Photos courtesy National Corvette Museum Motorsport Park.
The latest Forgotten Fiberglass mystery car. Photos by author. I’ve always been a fan of the space age era from cool plastic stereos and wild “biomorphic” designs.
From the seller’s description: This 1983 DeLorean DMC-12 is a five-speed manual with extensive mechanical restoration and updates.
While the vintage racing footage includes plenty of glimpses of all sorts of NASCAR notables from the aero war era, the focus on this two-part documentary is on the Chargers and on Dodge’s efforts to dominate stock car racing.
From the seller’s description: Up for sale is a beautiful 1965 Valiant Signet V8 convertible with Barracuda grill from the rare Acapulco trim model.
The Defender is dead, right? Not so fast. As Ronan Glon at Ran When Parked reported, a British businessman hasn’t let Jaguar Land Rover’s denial of permission to continue the Defender’s production stop him.
Photography by author. As I’ve said in the past, sometimes good car stuff turns up where you least expect it to be.
Date: August 1973 Location: Hicks Avenue and Northside Drive, Bennington, Vermont Source: University of Vermont’s Landscape Change Program What do you see here?
From the seller’s description: Where to start…this 1967 Buick Wildcat sport coupe is truly one of a kind, in beautiful condition, runs super strong and probably handles better than when she was new.
Provided photo. No factory has been constructed. No supplies stockpiled. No new engines developed, not even an LLC formed.
Vintage race cars roar into the Village of Elkhart Lake under police escort for the Nationwide Insurance Concours d’Elegance.
No great road trip story ever ended with, “…and absolutely nothing went wrong on the entire trip.” Epic stories are filled with drama, punctuated with intervals of sheer terror, and wrapped up with a “but we’re better for surviving it all” ending.
Photography by author. Buick has dusted off its GS badge many times since it first earned its creds during the muscle era, and though some post-’70s Gran Sports haven’t really upheld the creed, the most recent revival shows a bit more promise.
Date: October 1972 Location: SUNY-Brockport dormitory quad, Brockport, New York Source: New York Heritage Digital Collections What do you see here?
From the seller’s description: 1986 Subaru Brat GL with a dealer-installed at delivery, Subaru Serial No.
The 1969 (L) and 1970 (R) Boss 302 Trans Am Mustangs from the Jim Click Collection. Photos by Patrick Ernzen, courtesy RM Sotheby’s.