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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1965 Chevrolet Malibu SS

In Pulp Fiction, globe-trotting hitman Vincent Vega drives a 1964 Chevrolet Malibu convertible, at least until he’s gunned down exiting a bathroom by on-the-lam boxer Butch Coolidge.

Hemmings Sunday Cinema – Chitwood’s Chevrolets, Demon on Wheels, Goldfinger

The use of thrill shows to promote the durability of your brand might have been old hat for the mid-Fifties, but we’ll never pass up the opportunity to show some Chevrolets flying through the air with Joie Chitwood at the wheel.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1965 Volkswagen/1979 March Hare

If the more cartoonish the better for Volkswagen-based kit cars, then this 1965 Volkswagen-turned-1979 March Hare for sale on, with its breadvan back and ski slope front, might be the best of them all.

Four-Links – number ones, Rhino, Rennsport, gangster’s garage

* We probably could have filled our entire 10 most significant cars not for sale post entirely with cars from The Henry Ford – quite a few made it onto the list as is.

Open Diff: What pre-winter projects are in your garage?

Project Oilhead, my 2000 BMW R1100R. In southwestern Vermont, summer has, rather abruptly, given way to early autumn.

Las Vegas, 1964

The thing about a tourist destination like Las Vegas, is that everybody brought their cameras with them, even in the days before ubiquitous disposable cameras, cheap digital cameras, and now cellphone cameras.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1973 Camaro Type LT Z/28

The allure of original-owner and original-condition cars in part comes from the honesty of the cars: What you see is what you get; there’s not much to get in the way of the car’s story.

Bricklin’s beige beauty, SV1 number 0001, heads to auction in Chicago

1974 Bricklin SV1, serial number 0001. Photos by Maggie Pinke, courtesy Mecum Auctions. Blame it on an overly ambitious safety-centric design, lack of sufficient start-up capital or build quality that was, in a word, marginal, but Malcolm Bricklin’s SV1 sports car was doomed to failure almost from the start.

Ferrari IPO imminent according to report

Photo by author. We’ve covered this ground before, but it seems that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ pseudo-divestment of Ferrari is likely to take place this month, according to CNBC.

From Detroit to Moscow, L.A. to Ravensburg: the XP-8 Le Sabre’s direct design descendants

Images courtesy Kustomrama, unless otherwise noted. Even today, the 1951 XP-8 Le Sabre concept car, Harley Earl’s successor to his pre-war Buick Y-Job, looks like nothing else on the road despite its far-reaching influences on automobile design, construction, and technology.

Adam-12 goes drag racing, 1972

Still image from video below. The title of episode 22 of season 4 of Adam-12 is Who Won? The short answer is, “We did!

Las Vegas, 1950s-1980s

Fremont Street in Las Vegas, much like the Strip, constantly evolved over the decades, so much like yesterday’s carspotting entry, let’s take a look at downtown Las Vegas’s changes through the years, as seen through the prism of photos posted recently on Vintage Las Vegas.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1958 Ford Custom 300

As a restoration, this 1958 Ford Custom 300, for sale on, deviates a bit too much from stock form.

Checker revival announced, but not as a taxi

1982 Checker, not exactly what the new Checkers will look like. Photo by the author. Nearly 35 years after the Checker automotive assembly lines in Kalamazoo fell silent – and almost 20 years after the last of the famous New York City Checker cabs retired – the Checker automobile is poised for a comeback, with plans set for two new niche models and a complete mechanical update.

Scenes from Porsche Rennsport Reunion V at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

All photos courtesy of Porsche AG. Officially, it’s billed as the largest gathering of Porsche racing car and drivers in the world, though the Stuttgart automaker also likes to call it the “fastest class reunion in the world.” Held roughly every three (or four) years, Rennsport Reunion brings together the Porsche faithful for three days of vintage (and current) racing, car shows and camaraderie, and last weekend’s Rennsport Reunion V drew a record-setting crowd of 57,531 spectators to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

South Bend Style: 1949 Studebaker model line brochure

Images are from the brochure collection of Hemmings Motor News Studebaker was first out of the gate with a freshly styled lineup in 1947, beating the GM, Ford and Chrysler competition that wouldn’t have truly new cars to offer until 1949.

Breaking News: Hurricane Joaquin delays The Race of Gentlemen

Racing in the rain at the 2014 Race of Gentlemen. Photo by author. Though currently situated somewhere east of Miami, Florida, Hurricane Joachin is already having an impact on Wildwood, New Jersey.

Las Vegas, 1966-1976

Why cluster together a bunch of Vegas photos from Vintage Las Vegas around certain places rather than certain dates?

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1988 Dodge Diplomat

How to find a cop car with all the cop car equipment but that hasn’t been used up or that hasn’t logged a few million miles?

Time capsule ’81 Datsun 210 sells for nearly $12,000 in Las Vegas

1981 Datsun 210 MPG hatchback. Photos courtesy Barrett-Jackson. What prompted the original owner of a 1981 Datsun 210 hatchback to preserve his fuel-sipping import for posterity?