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Just up the road from yesterday’s shots in Swanton come this set of Northland Motors, a used car dealership and Esso station on Route 7 in St.
The performance vehicle scene has sleepers – cars and trucks that belie their true capabilities with a facade of normality – and as we can see from this 1986 Ford Bronco II XLT for sale on Hemmings.com, so does the unrestored originals scene.
1973 Porsche 917/30, chassis 004. Photos by Mathieu Heurtault, courtesy Gooding & Company. Introduced to the Can-Am series in 1973, the Porsche 917/30 was the ultimate evolution of the storied Porsche 917 model range.
Photos courtesy Gary Keto and Geoff Hacker. A few months back, we got a call from Gary Keto, who had been going through his family’s things and found a bunch of photos of some old streamlined vehicles.
Goodbye, Dart: After a decade of nursing his 273-powered ’64 Dodge Dart GT convertible back to something approximating health, your author bids it farewell to mixed emotions.
The V-6 2017 Camaro LT 1LE (L) and V-8 SS 1LE (R). Photos courtesy GM Media. First appearing in 1988, the 1LE performance and handling package has always been exclusive to V-8 Camaros.
Sure, the Vermont Landscape Change photo above, which dates to May 5, 1966, and depicts Kenneth and Irene Casey’s cattle farm sometime before Interstate 89 came through and apparently wiped it out, doesn’t have all that many cars in it to identify.
True, whoever buys this 1979 Isuzu 117XG sport coupe for sale on Hemmings.com is only likely to see another one here in the States in a plate glass window reflection, but it’s got more than just the never-seen-here aspect going for it: Not only is it rather well equipped from the factory with a five-speed, double-overhead-camshaft four-cylinder, and electronic fuel injection, it also appears largely original and unrestored.
Photos by the author. In response to an outcry over the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to require intact factory emission control devices on racecars, the EPA maintained that has always been the rule, prompting the automotive aftermarket to call foul and take action to block the proposal.
Mike Dunn. Photo courtesy IHRA. The recently vacated president’s chair at the International Hot Rod Association didn’t stay empty for long.
Here is an example of my Microsoft Excel engine compartment worksheet for my Buick shown on the desktop along with a couple of in-process car restoration photos just to make it more interesting to look at for the blog.
Photography by the author. A few weeks ago, I traveled to the St. Augustine area of Florida to photograph six automobiles from a private collection.
Longtime reader and commenter Gene Herman found today’s carspotting photo over on the Old Images of Philadelphia Facebook page and with a little googling, we pegged the location as Market and Front Street, though nothing of what we see in the photo remains today – and, in fact, hasn’t for more than 50 years, as we see from a previously run 1963 shot from the same location.
Debuting in 1962 as a personal luxury coupe under the Studebaker brand, the Avanti has enjoyed more lives than the average house cat.
Photo via HMN archives. “That was a game changer; now what should we do?” Susan Edwards, the director of the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, asked Ken Gross.
Sunset on Highway 50. Photos courtesy Travel Nevada, unless otherwise noted. Some old friends drove up for a visit last weekend, and though our Vermont home is a mere three hours from theirs in New Jersey, we don’t see them as often as we’d like.
Images are from the brochure collection of Hemmings Motor News Despite an on-again, off-again production run that spanned decades, the Marcos GT remained truly unique in the sports car world.
From Jeff at Vintage Las Vegas comes a very un-Vegaslike photo because, unless there’s some casino owner preparing an old right-hand-drive car themed resort, it ain’t from Vegas.
Not much in the description of this 1968 Buick Riviera for sale on Hemmings.com to tell us how much work it’s taken to get it to this point, but with less than 75,000 miles on the clock, we can presume that it hasn’t taken much, other than regular maintenance and a good amount of TLC over the years.
1957 Ferrari 335S. Photos courtesy Artcurial. When Artcurial sold a historically significant, ex-works Ferrari 335S for 32,075,200 euros (now, $35.6 million) at its Paris auction on Friday, February 5, it was quick to point out that the car had set a new world record price for a Ferrari at auction.