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Most pay-for-the-day parking lots in the vintage photos we’ve looked at so far tend to have simple little shacks for the operators, but the one in this 1952 photo of what is now the intersection of Luckie Street and Ted Turner Drive (formerly Spring Street), which we came across on the Georgia State University Digital Libraries, looks to have included every convenience possible: wash bays, gas stations, and of course extensive parking.
Pre-1992 solid-axle “square-body” K5 Blazers are still plentiful, tough as nails and inexpensive, but the 1973-’75 versions are slightly sportier because they carried over the fully removable top design used on first-generation 1968-’72 Blazers.
1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk. Photos courtesy Bonhams. Perched atop Studebaker’s lineup, price-wise, the Golden Hawk was built as a personal luxury coupe, but with performance aspirations to take on the likes of Chrysler’s 300B.
The Defender pedal car. Photo courtesy Jaguar Land Rover. As of this writing, production of the iconic Land Rover Defender is scheduled to end in late 2015 or early 2016, after the last of the capable off-roaders are assembled for commercial buyers.
Photos by author. Compiled from the extensive Packard photograph collection of the author, Hugo Pfau, The Coachbuilt Packard was first published in 1973, with a reprint in 1992.
There are very few R-models that have been left in 100 percent as-delivered-to-the-showroom condition.
50 years ago, Mercedes-Benz of North America was founded; prior to that, Mercedes cars were imported by Max Hoffman (1952-1957) and by Mercedes-Benz Sales, Inc., a subsidiary of the Studebaker-Packard Corporation (1957-1964).
I’m sure someone thought there was a good reason for this. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
Whatever the mileage on this 1968 Chrysler New Yorker two-door hardtop for sale on Hemmings.com, it appears to be a solid and recently maintained car, one that might need some attention to details, but also one that should have plenty of guts thanks to that TNT 440.
Photos courtesy Ford Motor Company. In addition to eschewing the Lincoln brand name for the Continental Mark II, Ford Motor Company executives initially declined to assign model years to the Mark II, arguing that the halo car represented luxurious timelessness.
2003 Chevrolet Corvette Le Mans pace car. Photos courtesy Auctions America. For the Corvette’s 50th anniversary in 2003, Chevrolet received a bit of marketing gold from the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, the sanctioning body of the 24 Hours of Le Mans: In acknowledgement of the Corvette C5-R’s back-to-back GTS-class wins at Le Mans in 2001 and 2002, Corvettes would be used as both pace cars and safety cars for the 2003 running of the legendary endurance event.
Luke Schreiber with his 1967 Pontiac Firebird. Photos by author. Luke Schreiber found his 1967 Pontiac Firebird convertible in what he describes as “salt fresh” condition.
From the word go, Tom Shoecraft Sr. has been addicted to speed.
Great stuff here from the 1956 running of the Santa Barbara Road Races, Torrey Pines, and Pebble Beach.
The original 1966 Batmobile. Photo courtesy Barrett-Jackson. Intellectual Property can be a legal minefield, especially to a layperson who doesn’t readily know the difference between patent, copyright and trademark.
Two postcard photos to pore over today, both of which we came across on the Impounded Tumblog. First, up top, an overview of the Holiday Inn and Amoco next door in Durham, North Carolina; below, the Thunderbird Lodge in Hardeeville, South Carolina.
It's the second S550 Mustang to run in the 8s and the first IRS equipped Mustang to accomplish the feat.
Coachbuilders didn’t always do major restyling jobs for their customers. Sometimes they made a lighter touch to pay the bills, as we see from this Derham-customized 1954 Cadillac Series 62 convertible for sale on Hemmings.com, which differs from a stock Series 62 with minor add-ons such as the reclining leather-upholstered seat and the Continental kit hanging off the back.
Santa Fe Concorso Best in Show Sport (L) and Elegance (R). Photo by Garret Vreeland, courtesy Santa Fe Concorso.
1909 Winchester. Photos courtesy Hagerty Insurance. Hagerty Insurance’s Twitter account reports that two collector motorcycles were stolen from a single owner in the Turlock, California area on September 24, including an ultra-rare (and hence, ultra-valuable) 1909 Winchester model and a 1912 Harley-Davidson.