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Twin H-Power: 1954 Hudson Hornet

When the 1954 Hudson Hornet appeared in showrooms, its appearance was markedly different from its predecessor. The company elected to give the car a “squarer” look, more in line with the previous year’s Jet. Overall sales figures for the… more»

Freshly Restored: 1946 Willys Jeep CJ-2A

Ahead of the close of WWII, Willys-Overland decided to launch a civilian Jeep that was on par with those produced for the military. The result was the CJ-2A, a mass-produced early SUV that went into business in 1945. Nearly… more»

Cheap French Classic: 1960 Panhard PL 17

French car manufacturers have long been renowned for producing quirky and interesting vehicles. The iconic 2CV instantly springs to mind, but the 1960 Panhard PL 17 is another notable example. Its styling is distinctive and features some pretty advanced… more»

Rare 1950s Indian Scout Three-Speed Bicycle

Bicycles were more than recreation in post-war Great Britain, they were vital transportation. A lot of people couldn’t afford cars and bicycles provided a way to get to jobs and run errands. This 1950s Indian Scout bicycle is listed… more»

440 V8 Power! 1972 Dodge Charger SE

The Dodge Charger was introduced in 1966 as a cross between a pony car and a personal luxury automobile on a mid-size platform. It wasn’t much of a sales success until all of Chrysler’s intermediates were redesigned for 1968… more»

Daytona Speedway: 1962 Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance

The roots of the Superior Coach Company date back to 1909. They’re well known for converting luxury vehicles into limousines, hearses, ambulances, and other specialty vehicles. This includes numerous Pontiac Bonneville’s of which at least one was in service… more»

Bronco Alternative? 1973 Jeep Commando

Commando, or going commando, has taken on a new meaning since this Jeep Commando was built back in 1973. Regardless, I’ll stick with the original intention of the name and comment that I haven’t encountered one of these in… more»

Restore or Drive? 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon

The Ranch Wagon was Ford’s entry-level station wagon between 1952 and 1974, serving in both full and mid-size product categories. It was your basic, no-frills people mover. This 1955 edition is in running condition but needs more tinkering to… more»

Confused Seller? 1973 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Convertible

It isn’t unusual for a classic car to cause its owner some confusion. However, they usually sort the issue before placing the vehicle on the market. That doesn’t appear to be the case with this 1973 Chevrolet Caprice Classic… more»

Rare Air: 1972 AMC Gremlin

Whenever I see a vehicle wearing the AMC badge, I acknowledge a level of respect. That’s not because the company produced some of the most iconic muscle or luxury cars on the planet. The reality is that some of… more»

Blue Plate Donation: 1976 Chevrolet Corvette

Many of you have heard me grouse about (well, a lot of things) but in particular some of the seemingly decent cars that end up in the auction lot. Every now and again, however, I can see why grandad’s… more»

FJ55 Project Truck: 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser

These days, it’s hard to find anything resembling a cheap Toyota Land Cruiser. Almost every generation has exploded in value, and to be fair, it’s one of the few vehicles that is wholly deserving of the prices it commands…. more»

Original Tri-Power: 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday Hardtop

I have previously posed the question of whether there is any such thing as automotive perfection, and the subject generally sparks a spirited debate. I may have to repeat the performance with this 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday Hardtop… more»

Built 409: 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Sedan

The “409” badge on this 1963 Bel Air’s front fender tells part of its story but doesn’t reveal the whole truth. Yes, there is a 409ci V8 under the hood, but it is anything but ordinary. Thanks to a… more»

Two-Stroke Shed Find: 1976 Kawasaki KH500

There’s nothing like the smell of blue smoke in the morning, to paraphrase a famous movie line. I can’t get enough two-stroke motorcycles and I know that a few of you are fans given the number of them being… more»

28k Original Miles: 1960 Imperial Crown 2-Door Hardtop

The seller located this 1960 Imperial Crown 2-Door Hardtop squirreled away in a barn. It had occupied that spot for decades, but it has survived the time in isolation surprisingly well. They revived this classic, but it needs someone… more»