Using proven aircraft design principles, Aircraft designer William Stout decided to rethink the automobile from the wheels up. Preceding from plan to metal, he created a fascinating collection of innovations on wheels he called the Stout Scarab.Read More
Vintage vehicles, Automotive history and stories from motoring's past.
Chrysler was late to the game in 1949 with new post-war models but finally came on the scene with cars like this one which helped keep the company in second place in the sales game. This survivor is a perfect example of a well-kept original.Read More
Ford's innovations didn't stop with the Model T. When he discovered the soybean’s multiple uses, Ford saw it as a way to unite his agrarian and industrial interests and create a unique plastic car.Read More
In the 1960s two-door wagons roamed the earth making their cargo and passengers inconvenient but not being completely uncool with four doors. Today this configuration is gone so it's fun to look back at this 1960 Ford Falcon two-door wagon.Read More
This year’s twenty-third annual Gilmore Heritage Auto Show was titled, “Fantastic Fins, Cars of 1957.” Cars of 1957 on display included a Dodge station wagon, a Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, and a Thunderbird, alongside an eclectic mix from different eras, both stock and custom. Perfectly preserved classics competed for eyeballs with a such oddities as a sleeper Studebaker Conestoga station wagon hot rod.Read More
Ford's levitating Levacar Mach I was one concept car that walked the walk, actually flying around a track in those optimistic days when it seemed like the perfect ride for a limitless future.Read More