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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1970 Volkswagen sand rail


While a turbocharger atop the engine in this 1970 Volkswagen-based sand rail for sale on Hemmings.com might seem like overkill, given that the entire vehicle probably weighs half as much dry as when loaded up and manned, it appears that the builder of the rail put plenty of thought into its construction, buttoned everything up nice and even accounted for wheelie potential with the ballast mounted to the front.

Hemmings Sunday Cinema – A ’59 Chevy is born, Leno’s gullwing, selling the Pacer, Drag Strip Riot!


* True, the screenshot isn’t of a 1959 Chevrolet, but most of the rest of this 30-minute Fisher Body video shows the complete process of building one, from clay to stamping to assembly.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III


Granted, some duct tape on the seats and some dents in the fenders of this 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III seven-passenger limousine for sale on Hemmings.com don’t make it a total write-off, but they do show that even these titans of the luxury auto category are just as mortal as any Chevrolet or Ford.

Four-Links – F1 freaks, rally MG rescued, 112-year-old trophy resurfaces, headlamp design


* Formula 1, as we understand it, is supposed to be about experimentation and pushing the bounds of automotive technology in an effort to advance the sport, so even though the half-dozen Formula 1 “freaks” that Motorpunk recently selected might not have seen their innovations go on to become standard practice, they should be celebrated as examples of the sport’s true nature.

One last look at Triumph’s TR7: Was it as bad (or as good) as its press?


1980 Triumph TR7 convertible. Photos by David LaChance. This week’s piece on the Triumph TR7 drew a surprising amount of commentary from readers.

Welch, West Virginia, 1946


Russell Lee had to have been one of the U.S. government’s most widely traveled photographers. Just in our carspotting series, we’ve seen photos of his from Idaho, Ohio, New Mexico, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and now West Virginia.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1967 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser


Long before they became six-figure collectibles, Toyota FJ40 Land Cruisers earned a reputation for being hardy, go-almost-anywhere off-roaders.

A Golden Jubilee for the Silver Shadow


In 1965, tradition was on the run. Bob Dylan plugged in his guitar at the Newport Folk Festival, electrifying half of his audience, and electrocuting the other half, as music historian John Gilliland put it.

Irwindale Speedway out, outlet mall in


Racing at Irwindale Speedway in 2010. Photo by Revolution Racing. On Wednesday, March 25, the Irwindale, California, city council unanimously approved a development project that will see the 16-year-old Irwindale Speedway plowed under for an outlet mall.

An American goes to Finland to look at American cars


All photos by the author. (Editor’s Note: Don Antilla has been sending us some excellent photos for our carspotting series, but he also wrote up his experiences taking in the American Car Show in Helsinki, Finland, that the Finnish Hot Rod Association put on last April.

Look! A Front Wheel-Drive 1966 Ford Mustang

Check out the photo gallery for our overall shots from the Silver Springs show and Courtland’s own build photos to see the details of how it all came together.

Revology Cars Launches First Classic Mustang Replica Program

Revology Cars hit the media spotlight March 14, 2015 when it pulled the covers off of its production prototype Mustang replica at the Amelia Island Concours.

How To Install a One-Piece Floorpan Replacement - Part 2

When it comes to rust repair on a classic car, you used to have only one option and that was to buy an individual replacement panel, cut out the old one, and weld in the new one.

Modern Mega-Mopars: 1992 Dodge performance car brochures


All brochure images are from the collection of Mark J. McCourt Dodge had a nice range of performance-oriented, sports-themed cars in its lineup in the early 1990s.

Mannheim, Germany, 1960s


One of the most recent carspotting posts on Ran When Parked, the above postcard image taken of the crowded parking lot at the Hauptbahnhof in Mannheim, provides a good opportunity for us to switch gears and identify some cars we don’t normally see in our own carspotting series.

1963 Road America 500


Thick in the early salvos of the Cobra Ferrari Wars and the Fords were in prime shape. This one, though, wasn’t just about the big boys.

Steeda Autosports Releases an All-New Subframe Bushing Support System for S550 Mustangs

Steeda’s IRS Subframe Support Brace is built in-house and constructed out of 4130 chrome-moly steel and powder coated silver metal flake, creating a strong component, all the while giving it a great look.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 convertible


The Ray Allen/Briggs Chevrolet/Truppi Kling 1970 Chevelle convertible LS6 – a former NHRA championship winning Super Stock drag car – is still looking for a new owner, now on Hemmings.com.

1907 Harley-Davidson Strap Tank shatters marque record at E.J. Cole Collection sale


The 1907 Harley-Davidson Strap Tank that set an auction price record for the marque. Photos courtesy Mecum Auctions.

The Elegance at Hershey introduces a Saturday Concorso Bizarro for 2015


Found in the basement of the 2014 New York Auto Show, this custom embodies the spirit of Concorso Bizarro.


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