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Photo by Steve Reyes. Though it’s been 40 years since “Jungle Jim” Liberman died, the impression he left on the sport of drag racing – particularly among funny car fans – through his incessant touring, his stagecraft, and his attention-grabbing cars remains today, which likely accounts for Liberman’s 1973 Vega making it to the top three in the NHRA’s top 20 funny car countdown.
Date: circa 1966 Location: Burbank, California Source: Jim and Chester’s Garage What do you see here?
Buick V-6-powered 1969 Jeep CJ-5 for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: It has 59,574 original miles and is an original Colorado vehicle.
Photos by Bruno Costers. Two years after shifting its focus to attract younger visitors, the world’s largest Ford museum – the Den Hartogh in the Netherlands – has failed to attract a new executive director and has announced that it will close in another month or so.
Map images courtesy of The Great Race. At the conclusion of the 2016 Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty, Great Race and Coker Tire Company owner Corky Coker announced that the 2017 event – the country’s premier time/distance vintage car rally – would travel along the historic Dixie Highway; the third such legendary stretch of blacktop the rally would traverse in as many years.
First, second, and third-generation Mazda Miatas. Photo courtesy Mazda USA. It happened again today. After two days of harping by a reader on the Mazda Miata’s “blandness,” I felt compelled to chime in, speaking in defense of “the finest British roadster to ever come out of Hiroshima, Japan,” in the words of our own David LaChance.
The safety recall involves the GT350/GT350R’s oil cooler.
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.
George Denya, Jr’s 1989 Mustang LX boasts a 347 under the hood!
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.
The Registrar for the Australian Shelby club, Nez Demaj, just sent us this summary of the 2016 Shelby Nationals to show some of the action from the event.
The reveal of “Vapor,” RoadsterShop’s 785HP 1965 Mustang at SEMA.
The 1971 Mustang Boss 351 you see on these pages was restored back to original condition in 1997 by its owner at the time, Frank Ghilotti.
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?
The difficult part of building a Mustang is making it different than the one next to it at a show or event