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The National Corvette Museum Skydome sinkhole on February 12, 2014. Images courtesy National Corvette Museum.
Do we need a new subcategory in our carspotting series? After all, we have street scenes, parking lot scenes, highway scenes, but we don’t yet have a preponderance of canal scenes like this one, recently shared by Ronan Glon on Ran When Parked, which depicts Amsterdam’s Herengracht canal sometime in the 1960s.
As square as it looks (if it were any boxier, it’d have square wheels), this 1968 Fiat 125 for sale on Hemmings.com has the potential to make for a fun driveable dream with its manual transmission, its 1600 dual overhead camshaft four-cylinder, and its guaranteed ability to start up a conversation wherever it goes.
1954 Chevrolet Corvette Nomad replica. Photos courtesy Auctions America, unless otherwise noted. In January of 1954, GM introduced a radical new concept at its New York Motorama show.
The sixth-generation Ford Mustang utilizes a global platform allowing both Ford and Shelby American to sell their cars in 100 new markets.
Photos by the author. Ever wonder just how fast that sweet Mopar in your garage can go? Want to see if your brand-new Charger is all it’s cracked up to be?
All photos are frame grabs from video below. Well, this title offers us scant hints as to its subject matter.
Given that we came across this group of photos of King Braegar Chevrolet’s used car lots in the Brooks Stevens archives on the Milwaukee Art Museum’s site, we had a pretty good feeling that King Braegar was located in the Brew City, and indeed, an old ad for the dealership shows it at Forest Home Avenue and South 18th Avenue.
Sure, the seats in this 1969 Ford LTD two-door hardtop for sale on Hemmings.com look like they’re getting a little threadbare, but you can take that one of two ways: Either that it’s a negative and that the car needs some work to make it presentable, or that the car gets driven plenty because it’s a pleasure to slip behind its wheel, load it up with some friends, and put some miles on that 320 horsepower big-block.
Image via Google Maps. For decades, Carter remained a cornerstone of the carburetor industry, supplying many of the major carmakers, but then the adoption of electronic fuel injection wiped the company out nearly overnight.
Harold “Lucky” LeMay and wife Nancy in their 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe. Photo by Posson Sculpture/Steven John Posson.
Me parking my ’62 Ford Falcon at the 2015 Detroit Autorama Extreme. Photo by Joshua Miller. There are two ways you become an old car buff: either you are into cars and eventually you get into old ones; or you are into old stuff and eventually you get into cars.
All brochure images are from the collection of Hemmings Motor News The marketers at Ford in Dearborn weren’t underselling their newest European delicacy, when it arrived in America for model year 1970—it really was an attractive, youthful car.
The description for this photo on the Portland State University archives notes that the parking garage dominating the photo is the one on SW Harrison Street, which still occupies that same location and indeed fronts Harrison on one side, but the photo shows the SW Hall Street frontage to the parking garage, as seen from across SW 6th Avenue.
For customers wanting the Thunderbird’s power and ride, but not its price, Ford offered the 1963 Galaxie 500XL in a variety of body styles.
1966 Ford Mustang. Photos courtesy Owls Head Transportation Museum. Each August, classic car fans flock to the Owls Head Transportation Museum in Owls Head, Maine, for the annual New England Auto Auction.
Guy Ligier at the British Grand Prix in 1967. Still image from video below. The phrase “Renaissance Man” is oft-overused these days, but in the case of Guy Ligier, it’s utterly appropriate.
Heidi with Hudo in Canada. Photos courtesy Heidi Hetzer. While most 77-year old women are relaxing at home and ordering jewelry from QVC, Heidi Hetzer is circumnavigating the entire world in her 1930 Hudson – solo.
1914 Thor motorcycle. Image courtesy Mecum Auctions. We featured a story in the September issue of Hemmings Motor News about the 1914 Thor motorcycle sold in a recent auction.
Okay, we’ve got these Las Vegas carspotting posts down pat now. Source (as usual): Vintage Las Vegas.