Collector Car Corner

Fastest American Car in 1957
What was the fastest American car in 1957? In my view, the 1957 F code T-bird was the fastest American car in 1957.
The Crosley Motor Company
Crosley Motors Inc. was founded by Powell Crosley Jr. in Cincinnati, Ohio, back in the 1930s. I remember Crosley because I was a big Phillies baseball fan beginning in 1958, when I used to listen to the games on a Crosley manufactured radio!
Great Old Packards
I want to ask about your feelings on the Packard automobile that was built up through 1958. Also, do you know what the “Thee “P”s were in luxury cars?
Did Ford Produce Enough 1969 Talladega Fastbacks to be Legal for NASCAR Racing?
Did Ford Produce Enough 1969 Talladega Fastbacks to be Legal for NASCAR Racing?
Famous Mercurys on Highway, Dragstrip and Oval
Which year do you feel was most important to Mercury as a car brand on the dealer showroom, on the drag strip and on the racing ovals?
Was the 1967 GTX the First True Muscle Car Effort from Plymouth?
Was the 1967 GTX the First True Muscle Car Effort from Plymouth? The 1967 Plymouth GTX wasn’t the first muscle car effort by any means.
1967 Chevelle:  Real or Clone?
1967 Chevelle SS a few years ago that had a 350 small block crate motor in it. However, it does have all the correct SS396 badges inside and out. After doing some research, I read that the SS Sport Coupes came with 396/325hp engine.
Remembering the 1956-1959 Saab Model 93
Saab was founded back in 1949. Saab is still best known by car collectors for these very unique “humpback” sedans and coupes that roamed the roadways in the Fifties.
Lee Iacocca and the Ford Mustang
Didn’t Lee Iacocca start with Ford Motor Company and help bring the Mustang to market as well?
Earl Madman Muntz and his Muntz Jet
Another car manufacturer that I remember from the 1950 era was a man called “Madman Muntz” and his Muntz Jet. I’m sure you remember him and would appreciate if you could give us some information on him and his car?
Growing Up with Cars, Model Kits, and Drag Races
I remember the wheelstander drag vehicles you mention like it was yesterday, and I, too, built a model of the “Little Red Wagon” just like you did.
Car Shopping in the 1960s
Buying a car back in the 1960s was a lot different than it is today and the marketing was so much fun with the new model year dealership “new car celebrations”.