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From the seller’s description: 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe Superb Florentine Gold Firemist With 37,736 Miles.
Reader Greg Beaulieu forwarded this website that captures the golden age of American Motels, each a different example of mid-century architectural design and tourist trap aesthetic.
By William Hall. Photos by the author. It’s hard not to feel the optimism at the Chrysler 300 Club’s International Meet.
Date: circa 1973 to 1977 Location: New Jersey Source: Jim and Chester’s Garage What do you see here?
From the seller’s description: 1987 Buick Regal T-Type Turbo; V-6 Turbocharged Engine; Automatic Transmission with Overdrive; 10,000 documented original miles on the title; Original Goodyear Eagle Tires; Factory Original Paint 100%; Fully Loaded with All Factory Options; Rare Glass T-Top Option; T-T
Photo courtesy SEMA. After more than two years and more than a dozen cars have been added to the National Historic Vehicle Register, a Michigan congressman last week introduced a bill that would establish the register under the Department of the Interior.
Team Fredette’s 1933 Ford pickup touring eastern Tennessee at a furious pace. Photos courtesy of The Great Race.
Photos by Daniel Strohl. For 1967, Mercury took the Mustang uptown with the release of its Motor Trend Car of the Year winning Cougar.
Photo by Thomas A. DeMauro. Sometimes odd situations arise during a photoshoot. In this instance, it was the moon.
Date: circa 1960s Location: Gettysburg National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Source: via Rich Kohr on the Hemmings Facebook page What do you see here?
Built from original parts 1962 Lola T70 for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: This beautiful Lola T-70 Spyder was constructed by Lee Chapman Racing in New Milford, Connecticut using original front and rear fabricated steel bulkheads which John Bright found in California, while working in IMSA on a Lola T600 team.
Photo by Richard Lentinello. Ask a bunch of students to design a car and you’re guaranteed to end up with some unconventional results.
The motorsports history at the Iowa State Fairgrounds dirt track, which dated back to 1907, came to an abrupt end this week when the fair board announced that all racing activities in the future would cease on the half-mile dirt track, a decision that was reported in the Des Moines Register.
Images via OldCarBrochures. Recently, thanks to regular commenter italianiron, we were introduced to a nickname for the chrome trim pieces that adorn the rear flanks of 1951-1952 senior Packards: bottle openers.
By now, just about anyone who is into vintage cars and has visited the Hemmings Daily knows who Henry Jamison “Jam” Handy was.
Date: November 1965 Location: Luanda, Angola Source: The Chicane on Tumblr What do you see here?
Pro Touring modified 1973 AMC Javelin for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: This is a pro-touring modified Javlein with added AMX trim, including hood, front and rear spoilers and AMX trim and badges.
1969 Chevy Camaro SS396; image by the author. During this past weekend’s 10th annual Hemmings Motor News Concours d’Elegance presented by Gullwing Motor Cars, the event staff announced the featured marques for its 11th annual three-day extravaganza, to be held on September 22-24, 2017, in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Images courtesy AACA Library. Libraries aren’t exactly arcades, but video games did provide an introduction to cool cars for many a younger automotive enthusiast, so the AACA Library recently added a small collection of racing simulator and other video games from the 1980s and 1990s to its collections.
Dan Gurney (#30) and John Surtees (#3) in Lola T70s at Bridgehampton in 1966. Photos courtesy Ford Motorsports, unless otherwise noted.