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It’s not hard to see how this 1932 Ford Model B woodie wagon for sale on Hemmings.com remained unrestored all these years: That wood looks to be in great shape and at the same time has that aged and timeworn look that you just don’t get from a restoration.
Photos by the author. Note: I write up driving impressions of virtually every car I photograph within a couple of days of the drive, so everything is fresh in my memory.
The 2004 movie Sideways managed to ruin merlot for pretty much everybody and forced movie goers to watch helplessly as a Saab 900 convertible was smacked up, on purpose, creating a false alibi to cover up one of the characters’ sexual indiscretions.
* Race weekend, and what better way to put this year’s Indianapolis 500 in perspective than to watch a highlight reel of some decades-ago running of the race, such as the 1952 Indianapolis 500?
Full disclosure: I was on the judging team that awarded the first in class at the Milwaukee Masterpiece to this 1954 Kaiser Darrin for sale on Hemmings.com – and I can relate that while the judging was close that day, this car certainly deserved the award – but I would have probably highlighted it as an HFOD anyway, given its cleanliness, its poise, and how detailed the photos are.
* Despite the quest for factory-perfect restorations among Corvette guys these days, you still occasionally see a six-taillamp mid-year Corvette pop up here and there.
1930 Lincoln Model L Sport Phaeton with coachwork by Locke; photo courtesy of RM Sotheby’s If you’re a fan of classic Lincolns, the beautiful coastal town of Camden, Maine, is the place to be from May 28 through May 30, when both the Lincoln Owners Club and the Lincoln-Zephyr Owners Club will hold a joint meet in association with the nearby Owls Head Transportation Museum’s Spring Auto Show.
No Deathmobile, no evidence of wild parties, not even a frisbee toss going on or students studying out on the lawns.
The green paint with woodgrain trim on this 455-powered 1971 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser for sale on Hemmings.com drew us in right away, but it was the seller’s excellent description of the car’s history, restoration process, and even the way it drives and handles now that hooked us on this car.
Photo courtesy the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Spanning multiple eras of competition, NASCAR has announced the seventh class of inductees to its Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Margaret Dunning with her 1930 Packard 740 Custom roadster in 2013. Photo courtesy Louisville Concours d’Elegance.
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR. Photos courtesy Daimler AG. Had things gone as planned, Mercedes-Benz would have introduced its 300 SLR during the 1954 season; instead, the silver sports racer wouldn’t make its debut appearance until the third race of the 1955 season, the Mille Miglia.
Scenes from Musclepalooza XX. Photos by Kurt Ernst. Summer is a big deal in the Northeast—those of us who make our homes here typically endure long, cold, gloomy winters, and among the detriments to happiness, auto enthusiasts know that it means a virtual halt to fun with old cars for several months.
One would have thought we’d come across all the possible highway opening photos on Vermont Landscape Change a couple years ago, but no, there’s more.
Without any indication from the seller or side trim or nameplates to go by, we’d just be taking a stab at the exact model of this 1958 Plymouth four-door for sale on Hemmings.com (Savoy, we’re guessing).
Pure Hell in 1966 at Lions. Photo by Stephen Justice, courtesy Pure Hell Racing. Unlike the big-name rock band farewell reunion tours that never seem to end, Rich Guasco said he’s for sure done with racing perhaps the world’s most famous Fuel Altered dragster, Pure Hell, after this season.
Alberto Ascari prepares for a demonstration run at Campione, Switzerland in 1954. Rudy Mailander images courtesy The Revs Institute.
Photos by Jonathan Boschen. A Ford dealership has stood at 1 Main Street in Greenfield, Massachusetts, for over 100 years.
All photos are frame grabs from video below. We’re aware that the land-speed exploits of the awe-inspiring Ab Jenkins and his Boys of Bonneville salt-flats compatriots have appeared here previously, and also in print, but we found quite a lot to love in this 11-minute Pennzoil-sponsored short.
With the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 coming up, Hemmings Daily reader Mike Wirth thought we’d like to see several photos that his father, Roy, took at the 1959 edition of the event, including one expansive (seriously – it seems to go on forever) carspotting scene of the parking lot as taken from the grandstands, above.