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Mercury’s 1956 XM Turnpike Cruiser concept. Images courtesy The Old Car Manual Project. In April of 1954, John Najjar, then head of Lincoln’s pre-production studios, sketched a series of five futuristic concept cars.
Date: July 1973 Location: Sunnyvale, California Source: found photo via myBelAir62 on Tumblr What do you see here?
1963 Morris Minor delivery van for sale. From the seller’s description: Wallace and Gromit, The Curse of the Were-Rabbit immortalized these more-than-cute English delivery vans, theirs being an Austin, of course, but remarkably similar in its architecture to this delightful survivor 1963 Morris Minor van.
1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 Ram Air II. Photos courtesy Mecum Auctions. Arriving late to the pony car party, four-plus months behind the Chevrolet Camaro and the Mercury Cougar, Pontiac’s Firebird faced the potential of an identity crisis.
1964 Ford Thunderbird, once part of Ford’s Magic Skyway at the New York World’s Fair. Photo by Mark Usciak, courtesy AACA Museum.
We spotted this promotional car in the parking lot while waiting to go out on the wet beach during The Race of Gentleman West.
Bentley’s most recent apprentice class included 36 students, 19 in manufacturing and 17 in other business areas such as engineering, sales and marketing, purchasing and human resources.
Date: circa 1960s Location: 10 Broad Street, Riverton, New Jersey Source: RivertonHistory.com via Rod Hengst What do you see here?
Caribou-built 1968 Cadillac Eldorado pickup for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: Hand built by Traditional Coachworks.
Dan Gurney in 2016. Images courtesy Petersen Automotive Museum. Over the past six decades, Dan Gurney has earned remarkable success as a driver, team owner and constructor, but his ideas and designs have also helped to shape modern racing, making it safer and more competitive.
Consider this: The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat weighs nearly 4,500 pounds, but thanks to a 707-horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8, can sprint from 0-60 MPH in just 3.6 seconds, on its way to a manufacturer’s claimed top speed of 199 MPH, a figure limited only by aerodynamics, not electronics.
Photos provided by the owner. While it took several years for Gavin Murdoch and his daughter to restore the family’s 1965 Ford Mustang fastback – and another few years for his wife to warm up to it – it only took a moment for thieves to steal the car earlier this month, and now Gavin’s hoping Hemmings readers can help return it to his garage.
Shinya Kimura’s 1915 Indian twin, fresh from this year’s Motorcycle Cannonball. Photos by the author.
Date: circa 1960s Location: North 32nd Street and Indian School Road, Phoenix, Arizona Source: Phoenix, Arizona Historical Images on Google Plus What do you see here?
From the seller’s description: 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk with a numbers matching supercharged V8 motor with automatic transmission and 81K miles.
Photo courtesy Petersen Automotive Museum. While the typically Euro-centric International Historic Motoring Awards have recognized the occasional American cars and American auto institutions in the past, 2016 appears to be a breakout year for Yanks in the IHMA with numerous award nominations, most notably three nominations – representing half the field – in the Museum of the Year category.
1946 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Barchetta. Photo by Tom Wood, all photos courtesy RM Sotheby’s. Imagine what a collection of mechanical things might look like if one needn’t worry about cost or storage space.
Photography by the author. When’s the last time you were in a Pinto—or its secret twin seen here, the Mercury Bobcat?
Original owner turbocharged 1980 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: This sharp, special ordered, Van Nuys built, Pontiac Trans Am is being sold by it’s SOLE owner.
Why did Chevrolet decide to keep just one 1983 Corvette in existence? That’s a question the National Corvette Museum decided to tackle for its Heritage Series of videos this week.