January 22, 2018

Classic car info, discussion, and classified ads

The Finless and Fine 1961 Chevy Impala

The ’61 Chevy Impala rolled off the production line with a few body changes that defined its look. While still built on the B-Body platform, the 1961 Impala was a touch shorter than the 1960 Impala had been. It had a different roofline, and those iconic Impala fins were shaved down into smooth, rounded tail […]

Classic Cars

The First Gen 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

Having an older car in today’s modern world is a big deal in many circles. One such old car is the 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Specs The 63 Grand Prix had a 330 Horse Power 389 Tri-Power while also having three different varieties of the larger 421ci engine which was first […]

Classic Cars , Muscle Cars

The Story Behind the 1959 Chevrolet El Camino

The first gen 1959 Chevrolet El Camino is considered a coupé pickup because it merged the lines of a car with the utility of a farm truck, and it was a design with a lot of history behind its making. The History Behind the Creation of the 1959 Chevy El Camino Long before there was a […]

Classic Cars , Classic Trucks

Jeeps History Is As Versatile And Durable As The Vehicle Itself

When you see a soccer mom stepping out of one of today’s Jeep SUVs, unloading a pile of kids, groceries and athletic equipment in today’s modern world you would never guess that the versatile and luxurious vehicles not so humble beginnings evolved from a request from the department of defense prior to WWII over 75 […]

Classic Cars

The Growl of the 1960 Goliath 1100 Tiger GT Coupe

Most people have never heard of the 1960 Goliath 1100 Tiger GT Coupe. Nevertheless, if you ever get to own one, the experience is extraordinary. Information on the 1960 Goliath 1100 Tiger GT Coupe This coupe is exceedingly rare, particularly when in superb mechanical and cosmetic condition. Built in 1961 by the Borgward Company, it […]

Classic Cars

The Nash Statesman Super Airflyte

Have you ever watched American Pickers and wondered what, exactly, that cool car is in the opening scenes? Well, if you zoom in, you can see the Statesman Super logo on the front fender, so, I’ll fill in what I’ve been able to find, which is basically that it’s a 1950 Nash – that was […]

Classic Cars

Summer’s Coming: Get Your Classic Car Ready for the Road

With summer on the way, it’s time to pull your classic car out of storage and get it road ready with some basic maintenance and a thorough cleaning. Get Your Classic Car Road Ready for Summer Cruising By: Laure Justice Winter can be kind of blah when you’re a classic car owner because, depending on where you live, […]

Classic Cars

1936 Dodge Six Series D2 Business Coupe Info

In 1936, the first five Baseball Hall of Fame members were inducted, the fourth winter Olympic games were held in Germany, Gone With the Wind was published, and the Dodge company rolled the beautiful, fat-fendered 1936 Dodge Business Coupe off the production line. 1936 Dodge Six Series D2 Business Coupe By Laure Justice If you’ve ever […]

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When Is the Last Time You Saw a 1947 Tatra T87?

I remember the first time I saw a 1947 Tatra T87 – it wasn’t in person – it was this morning when I found a listing for one on eBay. (Hopefully, it won’t be the last one I see.) The one I found was a barn find project Tatra (not the one shown below – that’s just to […]

Barn Finds , Classic Cars

A Few Facts About the 1932 Packard 904 Deluxe 8 Coupe

I ran across these facts about the 1932 Packard 904 Deluxe 8 Coupe in the course of looking for information on Tolex material, which used to be the vinyl-like sheeting used to make Packard interiors. (It’s used on speaker amps now, though.) 1932 Packard 904 Deluxe 8 Coupe For the American people, 1932 was one […]

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