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1982 Ford Durango National Coach
1982 Ford Durango
Wooster, OH
Mileage 43,000
Price $6,500
1985 Porsche 944- Only one adult owner since new!
1985 Porsche 944
Rockport, MA
Mileage 117,000
Price $7,500
1951 Mercury M-6 Farm Truck
1951 Mercury
Clyde, TX
Mileage 5,000
Price $12,000
1989 Ford Mustang Drag Car
1989 Ford Mustang
Saugus, MA
Mileage 0
Price $30,000
1968 Camaro
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
Slinger, WI
Mileage 700
Price $59,500
1991 Dodge W250
1991 Dodge W250
Clifton, CO
Mileage 223,700
Price $17,500
1931 Ford
1931 Ford
Springfield, OH
Price $26,900
1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible
1959 Chevrolet Impala
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Price $75,500
1955 Chevy
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
Chambersburg, PA
Mileage 780
Price $29,000
1966 Mini GT 40
1966 Other (not listed)
Salem, VA
Mileage 0
Price $6,995
1951 Mercury Custom
1951 Mercury
Islip, NY
Price $39,900
1950 Packard Straight 8
1950 Packard
Rehoboth, MA
Price $14,000
1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe
1940 Ford Deluxe
Dunn, NC
Mileage 14,585
Price $36,500
Custom Built 34 Ford Street Rod
1934 Ford 3-Window
Murfreesboro, TN
Mileage 1,150
Price $49,000
1982 Ford Durango National Coach
1982 Ford Durango
Wooster, OH
Mileage 43,000
Price $6,000
1955 Chevy 265-V8
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
Q: Greg, back in the 1960s I purchased a 1955 Bel Air Sport Coupe, and a guy who was driving it blew it up during a drag race. It had the new 265-inch V8 and ran really well.
2017 Mazda Miata MX-5
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
This week, we drive the 2017 Mazda Miata MX-5, a rear-drive sports roadster that starts at just $24,915 for a soft top two-seat roadster.
What's New With The Lamborghini Racing Series?
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
What’s the latest when it comes to Lamborghini and can you give us any updates on the racing series?
Is There A Place For A New, Four Cylinder Camaro?
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
I recently spent a week behind the wheel of the 50th Anniversary, sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro, delivered in RS trim with a turbocharged four-cylinder for power.
How Do The New Cadillacs Compare To The Old Ones?
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
Q: Hello Greg and I’d like to know your opinion of the new Cadillacs? I have owned several in my lifetime, starting with a 1952 Cadillac I bought used in 1958.
SCCA Autocross Champ Recalls Ford High-Performance Engines, Carburetors And More
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
Specifically, Bud has won many SCCA events and also been named “Best Autocrosser of the Year” six times over his four decades competing in the Ozark division. Congrats to you, Bud.
1952 Crosley Station Wagon
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
Q: Hi Greg, I enjoyed your article on the Crosley cars so I want to share with your readers how a green 1952 Crosley Station wagon (see photo) was undoubtedly an unusual introduction to what would be a lifetime of VW Beetle ownership.
How Can I Find Out When My LS7 Big Block Was Manufactured?
12/8/2019 Greg Zyla
I bought a 69 Camaro from a guy in Texas with an old Chevy crate engine in it called an LS7 Big Block. He installed the LS7 in the car in the late 1980's and the number stamped on the block is TL02XCH09488093.
What Is The History Of Leonard Oil Company?
12/6/2019 John Pizzo
At a time when production in the state amounted to about 37,000 barrels of oil a day, Leonard’s Durban #1 discovery well daily produced an astounding daily figure of 3,594 barrels of oil. J. Walter Leonard suddenly had more oil than he could sell.
History Of The White And Bagley Oil Co.
12/6/2019 John Pizzo
Well, it's the start of a new year and this month I thought I would do a history report on my favorite oil company in the hobby, the White and Bagley Oil Co., or better known as Oilzum.
Tanker Truck History
12/6/2019 John Pizzo
Tank trucks began to appear in the United States in 1910. Standard Oil companies including Conoco were foremost among the early users, but other refiners were soon persuaded to purchase their own fleets.
How Rare Is The 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix?
12/1/2019 Greg Zyla
Is the 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix a rare car? I see a lot of the full-size Bonnevilles, Star Chief Executives, and Catalinas including the Catalina 2+2, and many smaller Lemans and GTOs.