One Year Only: 1954 Kaiser Darrin Convertible

The fifties were a fun and innovative time period in the course of automotive history, with one of the many reasons including it being the decade when the fiberglass-bodied car we all know and many of us love was… more»

DIY Pickup: 1951 Kaiser “El Camino”

At first glance, this Kaiser looks like it may have once been a Manhattan sedan. But that nameplate didn’t move over from sister company Frazer until 1952. So, this 1951 Kaiser probably started life as a Special or Deluxe… more»

Getting Away From It All: 1968 Kaiser M725 Ambulance

With everything that is going on in today’s crazy world, the urge to get away from it all is rising in every one of us.  There is nothing more soul cleansing than camping far away from everyone else right… more»

1 of 435: 1954 Kaiser Darrin

The Darrin was a last-gasp effort by Kaiser Motors to remain viable in the auto business. It was a sports car designed to compete with the Chevy Corvette and European imports, but one problem led to another and only… more»

Green Dream Machine: 1954 Kaiser Darrin Roadster

I’m not sure what the story is behind the paint selection on this rare 1954 Kaiser Darrin (you’re looking at #88 of only 435 ever produced), but it looks gorgeous. Although Darrins weren’t offered in this particular shade of green… more»

30K-Miles: 1951 Kaiser DeLuxe W/ Original Paint

This 1951 Kaiser Deluxe two-door sedan is still wearing its original paint, according to the seller. That’s amazing after over seven decades, but even more so, they also say that the interior is original after 71 years! They have… more»

Only 435 Built! 1954 Kaiser Darrin

Have you ever seen one of these? I’ve only seen one up-close-and-personal at Das Awkscht Fescht, the big antique and classic car show held each August in Macungie, PA. It was white with a red interior just like this… more»

Custom Sports Car: 1952 Kaiser Henry J

The Henry J was a short-lived attempt by Kaiser-Frazer to sell a small car in the early 1950s at a time when everyone wanted big cars. It was named after the chairman of the company and was built between… more»

Ran When Parked: 1948 Kaiser Sedan

Some of the most interesting cars that we come across for review are, I believe, what I would call fallen flag marques and Kaiser-Frazer certainly is one of the more notable. There are so many reasons why various different… more»

Too Many Setbacks? 1952 Kaiser Henry J

This may be the first Kaiser Henry J that I have stumbled across that hasn’t been hot-rodded, and this 1952 example barely escaped that fate. Always popular on the dragstrip in gasser form, it’s nice to find one as… more»

Rare Find: 1954 Kaiser Special Two-Door Sedan

There are a lot of great things about the old car hobby, but surely one of them is that rare doesn’t always mean expensive. Case in point: this 1954 Kaiser Special. This two-door is located in Gilbert, Arizona, and… more»

One Year Only: 1953 Kaiser Dragon

We’ve all heard people say how all modern cars look alike, and often we dismiss these statements as the ramblings of somebody who is either old and longing for better times or who is uninformed. However, there is some… more»

Supercharged 1 of 44? 1955 Kaiser Manhattan

The 1955 model year would be the last for Kaiser automobiles made in the U.S. (they would continue building Willys Jeeps here). The Manhattan was their top-of-the-line car and it had a supercharger as standard equipment by 1954. This… more»

10 Vehicles Left! Kansas Car Collection

When you see a classic car collection up for sale, a common reason is that the owner or cheerleader has passed away. But, in this case, the seller is no longer in his prime and would like to see… more»

46k Original Miles: 1951 Kaiser Special 2-Door

Kaisers are not common cars. Produced for only about a decade, there just aren’t that many around. Probably one of the better-known examples is the Kaiser Darrin, but Kaiser (also Kaiser-Frazer) produced a handful of attractive models over its… more»

Supercharged Six: 1954 Kaiser Manhattan

Forced-induction engine technology has gone in and out of vogue in the automotive world on numerous occasions since Mercedes first bolted Roots superchargers to some of their production models in 1921. Superchargers offer an easy and affordable way for… more»