Time for T: Survivor 1926 Ford Model T Tudor

From the very first one built on August 12, 1908, until the 15 millionth unit rolled out the door on May 26, 1927, the Model T grew to become known as the car that put America on wheels. While… more»

Solid Starting Point: 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Project

The Chevrolet Chevelle was introduced on September 26, 1963, as a 1964 model and slotted nicely in the lineup between the smaller Chevy II and the full-size Impala. The mid-size market was heating up and the Chevelle faced tough… more»

True Blue Survivor: 1982 Toyota Pickup

Toyota Motor Corporation first introduced North America to their pickup trucks in 1964, with the stateside launch of the Toyota Stout. Featuring a 1.9L 3R engine, a ladder frame chassis with independent coil spring front suspension, and leaf spring… more»

Fleetside Find: 1962 Chevrolet C10

Chevrolet introduced their C/K lineup in late 1959 as early 1960 models. They offered numerous improvements over the previous generation pickups, including ball-bearing hubs, torsion bar front suspension, and trailing arm rear suspension. These advancements, along with a new… more»

Original Condition And Owner: 1948 Jeep CJ2A

The Willys-Overland CJ2A was introduced in 1945 as the first full-production CJ for civilian purchase. The CJ2A appeared visually similar to its military counterpart with a tailgate and side-mounted spare tire. However, the new model featured a few differences… more»