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1979 Pontiac Trans Am 10th Anniversary Edition. From the seller’s description: I am not going to bore you with Trans Am facts.
1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake. Photos by Matt Howell, courtesy Gooding & Company. When real estate developer and builder Bob Gittleman paid a circa-1973 visit to Chinetti-Garthwaite Motors in Paoli, Pennsylvania, shopping for “something different,” Luigi Chinetti, Jr.
Brittney Olson, one of the first women to participate in The Race of Gentlemen and an owner of 20th Century Racing, is co-sponsoring a three-day fund-raising event in Sturgis, South Dakota, to benefit the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame and aid the preservation of the historic Sturgis half mile dirt track.
Mazda 767B. Photo courtesy of Mazda North American Operations. For Mazda, the path to a rotary-powered prototype-class victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans was a long one, stretching from 1983 (and the 717C) to 1991, when the 787B delivered a decisive victory for the Japanese brand.
1971 Ford Maverick for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: Outstanding original survivor.
Perhaps one of the most memorable and influential ad campaigns – not just for automobiles, but of all time – was that run by DDB for Volkswagen.
From the seller’s description: Rare 1955 Pontiac Starchief convertible. Equiped with 200 HP power pac with rebuilt 4 barrel carburetor and 4 speed hydromatic transmission, showing 27,975 miles on odometor.
Double-exposed film, an annoyance that digital photography has all but eliminated, can actually look rather nice in the hands of a photographer like Jacob Kahler, who specializes in double-exposed automotive photography, and whom Silodrome profiled this past week.
Don’t let its black paint and full fenders fool you–this Ford Model T Runabout is far from stock. Photos by the author.
Date: August 1973 Location: Hicks Avenue and Northside Drive, Bennington, Vermont Source: University of Vermont’s Landscape Change Program What do you see here?
1970 GMC K1500 for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: 54,700 actual miles. Truck is an amazing survivor.
Photos courtesy Mecum Auctions. The new-for-1947 Studebakers designed under Virgil Exner’s watch might have had some of the most modern styling of any American car up to that point, but one of Exner’s designers felt it wasn’t quite modern enough and so on his own dime and his own time built a sleeker, faster, more stylish Studebaker, one that’ll hit the auction block later this month with a half-million pre-auction estimate.
The award-winning 1958 Subaru 360 K111. Photo courtesy of Fuji Heavy Industries. The Subaru 360 may not have been an ideal fit for American consumers, but in Japan, the “Ladybug” became a cultural icon, with 39 million units built between 1958 and 1970.
Any car repair seems wicked expensive when you get a car for three Benjamins. Take, for instance, Hemmings reader feevefeeve’s dilemma when the wipers went out on his 1961 Chevrolet Biscayne sometime in the Eighties.
The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 coupe. Photos courtesy Chevrolet. In February, Chevrolet announced the return of the track-focused Camaro 1LE, available in 2017 on both V-8 powered SS models and V-6 powered LT models.
Date: circa 1960s Location: Bristol Marketplace, Santa Ana, California Source: found photo, via Mark Susina on Flickr What do you see here?
1951 Ford Country Squire station wagon. From the seller’s description: This is a beatiful hawthorn green woody wagon.
Photo by Mike Boening. Along with art galleries, a nightclub, apartments, and a spa, the group behind the redevelopment of the former Packard plant in Detroit may also include a museum dedicated to Packard automobiles in their plans, though such a museum would likely not appear for many years.
1951 Indian Chief Roadmaster. Photo by Dawn Deppi. Motorcyclists tend to be a divided tribe, with loyalties often split by brand, style or even decade of manufacture.
Our recent story on the Futurliner had me looking through my file of saved photos and bookmarks for images to illustrate it, and while I couldn’t use the above rendering by James DonVito, it did get me thinking that it’s been far too long since I rounded up some automotive photochops that tickle my fancy.