The Stars In Our Cars

Ford Escort With British Blood: Escort Has A Cousin From England
The British Ford Escort was a less expensive version of the Ford Squire in 1959 and they were not common on North American roads.
Keeping It In The Family: Father Gifts Daughter 1968 Chevrolet Truck
Don Dumkee steered us to his daughter Marilyn's 1968 Chevy pickup truck because he was well aware of its history and could tell the story from the day he bought it brand new back in 1968.
A true Road Warrior: The 1956 Oldsmobile Is the Ideal Of Comfort On The Road
Ken Roberts is the proud owner of a 1956 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday Hardtop but he cannot clearly define the one thing that convinced him to own it.
The Durable, Endearing Ford Ranchero
The Ford Ranchero entered the car-masqueraded-as-a-pickup-truck market in North America in 1957; a full two years before the Chevrolet El Camino.
Marmon Motor Company Roosevelt: A Historic Car Named After A Historic Man
Roosevelts were only built for two years in 1929 and 1930 by the Marmon Motor Company and were named after President Teddy Roosevelt.
What's Under The Hood... Does It Really Matter?
Newer Mustangs offered big block choices like the 390, 427 and 428 under the hood.
Reasons To Attend A Car Show
The opportunity to soak up an atmosphere filled with nostalgia, coolness, fulfilled car dreams, and even race fuel exhaust particles is an irresistible sensor buffet of sight, sound and smell.
Modified Masterpiece: 1964 Corvette Mods Can Create A Brute Force Street Machine
John Pyper is the proud owner of a 1964 Corvette but his car is light years away from the car that originally rolled out of the factory.
1927 "Monster" T: Cummins Diesel In A Model T...? Oh Yeah
Brandon Hegedus is the proud owner of this 1927 T and this ride is clearly a departure from stock as he explained: "There was a lot of trial and error but eventually I went for a Cummins diesel.
1927 Erskine Studebaker: To Trailer Queen or Not?
Frank Erlam likes the second idea a lot better. Frank is the proud owner of a 1927 Erskine (built under the Studebaker umbrella) and he is definitely a real world owner.
1956 DeSoto Fireflite–Finding This Car Was A Million to One Shot
Roy Patriquin grew up with a 1956 DeSoto Fireflite 4-door sedan. His dad bought it used from a City Police Commissioner and it became an all-purpose vehicle. Roy remembered the car and he asked his dad, “Whatever happened to your DeSoto?”
This 1967 Nova gets 27 Miles Per Gallon and does a 12.5 Second Quarter Mile
This 1967 Nova gets 27 Miles Per Gallon and does a 12.5 Second Quarter Mile. Norm Johnston bought this 1967 Chevy Nova back in 2008 and it was a standard small-block Chevy (383 stroker) in a light car combination.
1956 Plymouth Fury – A Great Example of Early Mopar Muscle
Larry Gammon is a Mopar guy’s Mopar guy because he lives and breathes Mopar plus he’s the President of the Northern Mopars Auto Club and his trademark car is his 1956 Plymouth Fury.
1929 Pontiac: Built and Driven–It’s a Car Guy Thing AND a Family Thing
Ken Andres lives by both those rules because he builds his rides and he definitely drives them. His 1929 Pontiac street rod is extremely rare and he wanted to build a ride he could literally use as a daily driver and build the old fashioned way.
1971 Dodge Monaco Two-Door Hardtop—His Uncle’s Car Didn’t Quite Make the High School Prom
This 1971 Dodge Monaco is a fairly well-optioned car because it came with AC and a power trunk in addition to the usual array of power options like p/s and p/b.
1970 Ford Torino Cobra Jet–This is What A Used Car Looked Like in the Early 1980s
Dwayne Baczuk was an average car guy back then when he found a low-mileage 1970 Ford Torino 429 Cobra Jet. This was a two-owner car and it was still in pristine condition over a decade later.
1965 Barracuda–This Car Just Couldn’t Leave the Family
Dave Rolfe is definitely part of that over 50% demographic with his 1965 Plymouth Barracuda. His brother-in-law bought this factory 273 4-speed car right off the dealer’s floor when it was brand new.
1958 Impala Convertible–File it Under “Always Wanted”
American Graffiti turned a lot of guys into 1958 Chevy Impala fans and Ron Howard piloted one of the finest examples of the first edition Impalas ever captured on film in this cult classic for car guys.
1970 T/A Challenger is Pink for a Reason
Cecil Perry is well aware of how rare his 1970 T/A Dodge Challenger is, but it never came from the factory with a pink hue. He changed the paint for a really good reason despite the purists who give him a little flak for the change.
Ever Heard of a 1971 Pontiac GT-37?
The 1971 Pontiac GT-37 was based on the Tempest model in 1970 and the LeMans in 1971. It was built for the budget-minded muscle car buyer and had a low sticker price.
1968 Mustang Restored to Pro-Touring Road Carver
Dennis Meijndert made the transition to Pro-Touring on his 1968 Mustang and he’s never been happier. Dennis is a recently converted 1/4 mile car guy because the first version of his Mustang was a traditional drag car.
One-Owner 1967 Hemi Coronet RT is a Boat-Hauler
Allan Jackson walked into his local Chrysler dealership in December of 1966 and bought a Hemi, specifically a 1967 Dodge Coronet RT.
A Factory Pink 1971 GMC Pickup is a Rare Beast
A pink 1971 GMC pickup truck definitely stood out in a crowd of vintage rides and we wanted to get the story behind the color choice.
A 1951 Custom Merc Built For Go Wins at Show
Dave Bordman is the owner of a very cool 1951 Mercury custom that would have made the late King of the Kustomizers (George Barris) very happy.
1967 Dodge GTS - Rare Version of a Rare Mopar
The Dodge Dart was always known for its reputation as a sedate, reliable car and it deserved the title because it was sedate and reliable.
1964 Buick Riviera with a 425 Cubic Inch Buick 465 V-8
This was a 1964 Riviera because Malcolm preferred the Turbo 400 over what he called “the slush-bucket Dynaflow 2-speed” found in the 1963 Buick Rivieras.
1957 Monarch Lucerne Convertible – Rarest of the Rare
The 1957 Monarch Lucerne convertible is one of the rarest cars in the world.
1956 Plymouth Fury – A Great Example of Early Mopar Muscle
The debate has raged for decades about the first muscle car. Many take the easy way out and assign the title to the 1964 Pontiac GTO but in reality, the Poncho was one of the first affordable muscle cars.