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2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS for sale. From the seller’s description: Camaro SS SLP 1LE. Rare Camaro SS, 35th anniversary edition.
Dr. George Vassos’s 1932 Studebaker President convertible sedan. Photos by Terry Shea, unless otherwise noted.
1940 La Salle Series 50 convertible. Photos courtesy National Corvette Museum. General Motors has been around, in one form or another, since 1908.
Photos courtesy Maria Sokola. It’s tempting to think that if the old cars of Cuba survived the decades until now, they’ll be around forever.
Everybody, it seems, has a story about how cheap cars were in the old days. From gently wrecked Ferraris, now worth millions (or tens of millions) of dollars that sold for the cost of a three-year old Corvette; or winged Mopars that dealers couldn’t discount deep enough to sell; or even Model As that were traded for a summer’s worth of lawn mowing, the glory days appear to be behind us.
Date: 1952 Location: Sacramento Street and Mason Street, San Francisco, California Source: Shorpy What do you see here?
Documented from new 1948 Packard Custom Eight Victoria convertible for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: This is a true, two-owner since new, 49,000 mile Custom Victoria Convertible.
1932 Lincoln KB Boattail Speedster. Photos by Patrick Ernzen, courtesy RM Sotheby’s. In an alternate universe, Edsel Ford might have commissioned a custom-bodied Lincoln Speedster from Paris, France, carrosserie Hibbard & Darrin, complete with pontoon fenders, a tapered rear deck, and a hood that stretched to the horizon to cover the hot-rodded V-12 beneath it.
Sunday’s 10th annual Hemmings Motor News Concours d’Elegance. Photos by Hemmings staff. For some, the changing color of leaves or cooler overnight temperatures signal summer’s inevitable transition into fall.
1987 Honda CRX Si. Photo by Jeff Koch. Do you own a restored or preserved Japanese car from the decade that saw the launch of MTV and the gradual rusting of the Iron Curtain?
OPTIMA's Search for the Ultimate Street Car, presented by Advance Auto Parts, rolled into New Orleans in mid-September.
1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan convertible for sale. From the seller’s description: This was a low-mileage, four-owner motorcar that has just completed a two year complete concours restoration on an original “barn-find.” We bought the car in nice condition and have since invested in a complete restoration including: bare metal repaint in the original black, chrome plating, fully rebuilt engine and transmission, rebuilt or replaced hydraulics throughout, chrome plating, partial new interior and new convertible top.
What did a Toyota sports car meet look like more than 30 years ago? In Japan? Thanks to this video from a 1984 meet that Japanese Nostalgic Car came across a few years ago, we see just how well many of these cars were revered even before they became six- and seven-figure collectors’ items.
From the seller’s description: A 1977-1/2 Porsche 924, purchased new and owned by a retired colonel USA for forty years, is up for sale.
For those of us who didn’t get to see the Ypsilanti Orphan Car Show last weekend, Mac’s Motor City Garage gathered some coverage of the annual event focused on independents and those marques abandoned by their parent companies.
Images are from the brochure collection of the author Few cars are as strongly identified with the 1980s as is the stainless steel-skinned sports car from the De Lorean Motor Company.
Date: circa 1950s Location: Charles Street, Boston, Massachusetts Source: Nishan Bichajian, via MIT-Libraries on Flickr What do you see here?
The first-ever Cougar built is coming to the 2017 Carlisle Ford Nationals.
After our Great Alaska adventure, we had another 6,000 miles to get our 1965 Mustang back home to South Carolina.
The suspension innovators at Steeda are close to unveiling the company’s new road racer.