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Yes, it has rust, but this 1959 Ford Custom 300 for sale on Hemmings.com also runs and drives and the rust doesn’t appear from the photos to be threatening body integrity, so it could feasibly go back on the road as is and provide maybe a few more years of basic transportation.
In America, if a little is good then more must be better, something we can see in the creation of this custom-built six-wheeled Jeep CJ (a vehicle once described as America’s only true sports car) that Off-Road Action came across not too long ago.
We’re enjoying some down time with friends and family this weekend, so there’s no Hemmings Daily today.
Photo by author. Hiking the rows upon rows of show cars at the Street Machine Nationals in Du Quoin with Hemmings Daily Editor Kurt Ernst, we saw plenty of buildups that stood out from the crowd with wall-to-wall rear tires, wild paint and graphics and blowers, sometimes one stacked on top of another and popping out of the hood.
While researching Fruehauf trailers for a recent story, we came across this photo of a Fruehauf Trailer sales and service branch in St.
One look at the car shown here along with its list of attributes makes it easy to see why this is possibly the most unique 1966 you will ever see.
What do you get when you cross a hand-built frame with a body influenced by a 1924 Dodge and powered by a 181-cu.in.
Corky Coker, Doug Sharp, Howard Sharp and Wade Kawasaki at the finish of the 2015 Great Race. Photo by Tommy Lee Byrd.
Photos by Mikel Smithson, except where noted. Couldn’t be that hard, many people think, to slam an AMX and a Gremlin together to re-create the long-lost 1968 AMX GT concept car, right?
Photography by Terry Shea and from the private collection of Terry Shea Let’s face it, the typewriter business only has so much glamor in it, though now that we think about it, it’s probably a hit with nostalgics and hipsters alike.
"The car drew a crowd everywhere Jim and I drove it. Every time we parked, there were more people around it than any Ferrari.”
Imagine spending 8 days in a Mustang, driving over 3,245 miles through 11 states, going from track to track.
Ford will be giving away a chance to win the keys to a Ford vehicle of choice (Any Ford vehicle with an MSRP that does not exceed $30,000) to festival-goers.
All photos are frame grabs from video below. Towering high above Chicago’s Illinois Central rail yards once stood a 23-story monument to the American Dream, a fearless labor force, Chevrolet’s impressive advertising budget and—apparently—limitless cheap electricity.
Somehow, in all the multitudinous shots of Rutland’s Grant’s shopping plaza we’ve run in our carspotting series, we’ve overlooked a few good images, so we dipped back into the Vermont Landscape Change archives yet again for three more huge-by-large photos from August 20, 1970, featuring Rutlanders going about their daily business at the shopping plaza.
Even extremely original and low-mileage cars are subject to the passage of time and the deterioration it brings.
Photos courtesy Lance Miller. When police descended on a private showing of a long-missing Corvette three years ago, it touched off an intense court battle over who really owned the car, one of three Corvettes that Briggs Cunningham took to race at Le Mans in 1960 and perhaps one of the most significant Corvettes ever built.
The NCM Motorsport Park layout, showing the track, parking lot and nearby houses. Image courtesy National Corvette Museum.
Photos courtesy James Bonno. Keeping a car in the family often allows car enthusiasts to maintain a sense of connection with ancestors who might have bought the car new or put in plenty of miles behind its wheel.
Brochure images from the Hemmings archives Before the Volkswagen Sedan became an American best-seller, the title of the best-selling imported car was held by an attractive little rear-engined French car- the Renault Dauphine.