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Date: circa 1970s Location: Rose and George streets, Wee Waa, New South Wales, Australia Source: Ran When Parked Yes, there really is a town called Wee Waa.
From the seller’s description: Untouched for 28 years in a Southern California garage, this 1956 Pontiac Chieftain 2-Door Hardtop with a V-8 (believed to be the 316.6 cu.in.
The Snake II funny car. Photos courtesy Barrett-Jackson. Don Prudhomme initially preferred dragsters to funny cars, because in his mind, early floppers weren’t all that quick.
1916 Baby Inter-State. Photos by Walt Kuhn, LAT Photo USA, courtesy of IMS Museum. The great Hoosier state of Indiana was admitted to the Union on December 16, 1816, and thus marks its bicentennial beginning next month.
Photos by author. After Tim Havens brought his 1957 S-120 International Civil Defense Rescue Vehicle to our August 18 Cruise-In and drove off with Favorite Truck honors we had to know more.
Date: February 1959 Location: Las Vegas, Nevada Source: Vintage Las Vegas What do you see here?
1956 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner for sale. From the seller’s description: *1 of 603 built *Last year for the innovative ‘Glass Top’ *Peacock Blue & Colonial White with Matching Interior *Thunderbird 292ci engine with optional dress up kit *3 speed Ford-O-Matic Transmission *Fully optioned *Factory Power Steering & Brakes *Factory Dual Exhaust *Factory Kelsey Hayes Wire Wheels *Factory Stainless Rocker Panel Moldings *Factory Fender Skirts *Factory Continental Kit *Retrofitted AC This is the rare and award-winning 1956 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner.
Images courtesy Early Ford V-8 Foundation. The once-backburnered plan to build a replica of Ford’s famed Rotunda as part of the Early Ford V-8 Museum has now returned to the forefront after an anonymous donation that will allow the museum to more than triple in size.
Sebring 1966 – Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby piloted this Ford GT40 Mk II to victory. Photo courtesy of Ford Motorsports History.
Photos by Brian Henniker, courtesy of Gooding & Company. Bugatti’s Type 35 was the most successful racing car of its day, reportedly winning over 1,000 races from 1924-’30, including the 1926 Grand Prix World Championship.
Date: August 1943 Location: Juniper and Locust, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Source: PhillyHistory via The Old Motor What do you see here?
1969 Dodge Charger R/T Daytona Hemi for sale. From the seller’s description: Made only with the purpose of dominating the super speedways in mind, Dodge introduced the Charger Daytona in 1969.
Photo by BrotherMagneto. Despite worries that the Environmental Protection Agency would put an end to ethanol-free gasoline sales with its Renewable Fuels Standard ruling for 2017, the agency permitted E0 a reprieve at the same time it declared its intention to transition the entire nation’s fuel supply to E10 and above.
Photos courtesy AACA Museum. We’ll stick our neck out here and salivate that this is one of most gorgeous modern customs we’ve laid eyes on in years.
1985 Ford LTD LX. Photo by Jeff Koch. In 1984 and 1985, Ford build a four-door, 5.0-liter Mustang. It wasn’t called a Mustang, of course, but it carried a Mustang V-8 (albeit the de-tuned one that came with the automatic transmission) and it rode on the Fox platform, just like its smaller stablemate.
Date: 1985 Location: Arc de Triomphe, Paris Source: Terry Dwyer on Flickr (with permission) What do you see here?
From the seller’s description: 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix. Factory 421 4 bbl automatic car converted to 4 speed.
1960 Dodge Dart Phoenix D-500. Photos by David Newhardt, courtesy Mecum Auctions. After years of positioning itself as a mid-line brand, above entry-level Plymouth but below range-topping Chrysler, Dodge introduced a line of automobiles in 1960 to take on economy models from Ford, Chevrolet, and by default, Plymouth.
Ford GT40s finish 1-2-3 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1967. Photo courtesy Ford Motorsports History. A half-century after the Ford Motor Company shocked the world by sweeping the podium at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen, New York, will present a discussion on Ford’s historic Ferrari-stopper, the GT40 Mk.
All photos by Gordon Rinschler. Over the last couple of years, the AACA has organized at least a couple “Taillight Diplomacy” trips to Cuba with pretty much the same aim as the posts we’ve been assembling that show Cuba’s current automotive landscape: To document the cars as they have evolved over the last 50-plus years in the absence of restoration and maintenance parts from the United States.