After Ford's huge success with the Mustang, Mercury dealers got their shot and hit the target straight on with the Cougar. 50 years later this is still a collectible beauty.Read More
Vintage vehicles, Automotive history and stories from motoring's past.
Ford tried something new for '61 merging the bed and cab of their trucks into one package. But it didn't take long before customers shopped elsewhere. This week we met a restorer hauling one to the next stop on its trip back to car show glory.Read More
The 1934 Ford line represented a zenith of development to the point where the cars and trucks produced that year proved very popular and quite reliable. While these facts were certainly a reason the American buying public loved these cars so much but they also engendered celebrity endorsement. But, for whatever reason, Henry Ford chose not to publicize the endorsement of a particular celebrity of his 1934 Ford.Read More
Riding a wave of celebration DeSoto was a hot brand in 1956 and this time machine is a great example of why that was the case. With push button drive and hemi power, even the Indianapolis 500 took notice and it looked like DeSoto was a brand to watch.Read More
I love finding one-owner cars and I came across this 1930 REO Flying Cloud that has been in the same family since it came home from the new car dealership. This incredible story about a one-family-owned car was written by its today caretakers. This was only the second show they've been to since fully restoring the car so let's visit with the people who resurrected Grandpa's REO.Read More
1949 was a landmark year for Plymouth helping Chrysler maintain its number two position in US auto sales. This car is now owned by the lad who rode home in the back seat as the then-new Plymouth came home from the dealership.Read More