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From the City of Toronto Archives on Flickr comes these three street scenes looking at three different places around the city in 1966, all taken by photographer Ellis Wiley.
It doesn’t seem that vintage motorhome enthusiasts have as much of a problem with repowering their old rigs as do car collectors: After all, the whole point of owning an old motorhome is to get it out on the road and keep it running reliably in order to see the passing countryside.
When Frank “Scoop” Vessels began his off-road racing career in 1972, the sport was devoid of big-dollar corporate sponsorships and reliant upon tire technology developed for agricultural, not racing purposes.
1954 GMC. Photo by the author. As much DNA as GMCs and Chevrolet trucks have shared for the last several decades, owners of the two truck brands have never officially been united under one club until this summer, when the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America’s board of directors voted to allow owners of the former to join the club.
An Amphicar underway in Lakeland, Florida. Photo by Jared. The problem with conventional automobiles is this: Hardcore 4x4s aside, they need roads to operate on.
If you want to keep your old Ford or Ford-powered machine running as good or better than it did from Ford, then legendary flathead guru Vern Tardel, as the title of this handy series of how-to booklets suggests, is here to help you do just that.
We’ve seen these photos floating around the Internet for a while and have traced them back to Blog dos Carros Antigos, which didn’t note the ultimate source of the photos or where they were taken, only that they were taken in 1980.
Mad props to the current owner of this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner for sale on Hemmings.com. Not only has he kept it looking good and kept it roadworthy, he’s done so in New York City, a little ol’ burgh that requires serious dedication to keep any car, let alone a classic, let alone a classic as unique and complicated as Ben Smith’s retractable hardtop.
Norman Bel Geddes’s teardrop car model. Photo by A. Van Dyke. Norman Bel Geddes didn’t design a single vehicle that entered production.
1911 Mercedes 38/70HP Seven-Passenger Touring, Motor City’s top seller. All photos by Darin Schnabel, Courtesy RM Auctions.
Photo from the Mohican Historical Society. By the early 1960s, we’d pretty much collectively abandoned the idea of autopilot for passenger cars.
Racing at Kyalami in 2008. Photo by André van Rooyen. On Thursday, July 24, an historic racetrack that has seen its fair share of change throughout the years underwent one more: the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, located just outside of Johannesburg, South Africa, was purchased at auction by Porsche South Africa (the German automaker’s local importer) for 205 million rand, the equivalent of $19.35 million. While the track may be unknown to some, its rich history should be recognized by every racing enthusiast – especially every F1 fan.
From the signs we can see in this January 1962 photo of Carondelet Street in New Orleans, which we came across on the Historic New Orleans Collection, this would have been the section of town we’d have most likely hung out in, what with an auto parts store, an engine rebuilder, a tire place, a radiator shop, and a sheet metal fabricator.
Studebaker enthusiast Doug Hodak dreamed up this P-38 Lightning-inspired 1950 Champion Starlight Coupe, for sale on Hemmings.com, during a discussion with some fellow Studebaker Drivers Club members at the 2007 Studebaker International Meet in South Bend, Indiana.
1970 Dodge Hemi Coronet R/T. Photo by Teddy Pieper, courtesy Mecum Auctions. In 1970, Dodge built 14 mid-size Coronet R/Ts with the 425hp 426-cu.in.
1939 Bugatti Type 57C, bodied by Voll & Rohrbeck. Photos courtesy Concours d’Elegance of America. Of the 96 Bugatti Type 57Cs constructed, only one convertible was bodied by German coachbuilder Voll & Rohrbeck.
Bryan Thompson’s 2003 Ultima Edicion VW Beetle has appeared in the pages of Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car.
1963 Triumph Sport Six. Triumph’s ad men were right when they wrote “Detroit has never built a compact like this”.
It’s summer time. Are you sitting on a beach reading a book and frying like a lobster yet? If so, good.
What if Howard Keck hadn’t pulled the plug on the development of this Travers/Coons-built 1955 Indy car for sale on Hemmings.com before the 1955 running of the Indianapolis 500?