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Given how much New York City – in particular this stretch of 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues – has changed since Dan McCoy took this photo for the EPA’s Documerica program in April 1973, it would be difficult to tell exactly which direction McCoy faced for this photo, if all we had were his photo and the modern-day street view to go on.
We don’t see a meatball or a collection of race event stickers plastered over this 1959 Bocar XP-5 re-creation for sale on Hemmings.com, but it appears ready for the track nonetheless with its cutdown windshield, harnesses, rollbar, and twin-carbureted small-block Chevrolet V-8.
The auction-topping 1970 Plymouth Superbird. Photos courtesy A.J. Willner Auctions. Bidders who came looking for muscle car bargains at the September 12 U.S.
1947 Playboy convertible prototype. All images courtesy of David Kaplan. It’s an oft-recounted tale: Demand for new cars in postwar America was at an all-time high.
Have one of these? Porsche is still testing tires for them. Photos courtesy Porsche Classic. Buy a used BMW M6, or a second-hand Mercedes-Benz SL, and finding suitable replacement tires will likely be a roll of the dice.
Take me on another Fastback Fantasy Tour. Loved the article Brad Bowling did on his 13-hour trek through North and South Carolina, visiting some amazing Mustang collections in a Hi-Po Fastback.
Steve Stachowski’s 788,000-mile 1984 VW Rabbit GTI. Photos by author. It started, as is often the case, with a recommendation.
The David Brown Aston Martin DB3S Competition Car. Race-bred from a line of international successes. The David Brown Corporation (Sales) Limited Aston Martin Division • Feltham • Middlesex • London Showrooms: 103 New Bond Street W.1 You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
If we had enough information about the heights of the buildings, the angles of the streets, the latitude and longitude of the location, and a chart of approximate sun paths throughout the year, we could probably pinpoint the time of year and probably even time of day of these two mid-1950s photos taken looking north toward the intersection of South Hill Street and West Sixth Street in Los Angeles, which we came across on the L.A.
For a segment of the population, there’s no such thing as “too prepared” for disasters of either the natural or man-made kind.
Danny Thompson and the Challenger II. Photo courtesy Thompson LSR. The 2014 Bonneville Speed Week, commemorating a century of racing on the salt, was supposed to take place from August 9-15, but torrential rains put much of the salt flats under water and the event was cancelled.
1933 Chrysler CL Imperial five-passenger phaeton, the Radnor Hunt Best in Show. Photos courtesy Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance.
Here’s the GTO in all its sitting-in-storage-for-years glory. The front tire was pumped up again right after the photo, as looking at it was driving me nuts.
Stuffed full of performance products to help your late-model Mustang on the street or the track, JMS Chip & Performance’s new catalog has what your Mustang needs.
Owning and modifying a Mustang is truly a labor of love. That would accurately describe New Jersey native, Joe Ferro’s five-year project—still ongoing with no end in sight.
The Mercedes-Benz SL convertible has always featured an appealing blend of luxury and performance, and used prices for 350, 450, 380 and 560 variants have yet to take off.
Admittedly, many of the cars we’ve profiled as Driveable Dreams over the years get labeled as such due to the simple fact that their owners take them around town, to the ice cream stand and back, maybe to an out-of-town car show every now and then.
Introduced for the 1961 model year, Pontiac’s Tempest was intended to be the brand’s entry-level compact.
* Several outlets, including Jalopnik, covered the story this week of a New York lawyer getting his stolen Jaguar E-Type back after authorities found it at the Port of Los Angeles along with a few other suspicious-y cars on their way to the Netherlands.
Scott Byrd on his 1931 Harley-Davidson V. Photos courtesy Felicia Morgan and MotorcyleCannonball.com.