With prices for some dune buggies in the bargain basement now's a great time to snap up one of these classics. Here is the history of the great American dune buggy.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
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
For many collectors the VW Bus is a definite hallmark and Mauro has two of these that are part of a rare group of only 20 very unique vehicles - but some purists argue. What's the deal? Find out on the Curbside!Read More
Despite the company being in a huge corporate funk thanks to their diesel cheating, Volkswagen does produce some great vehicles and our ride in the Jetta bears that out. But it's not perfect - find out if the Jetta falls short or is a great partner on the road of life.Read More
When you mention the word “Cobra” to any autonut, there’s a good chance that you’ll induce drooling and heart palpitations of epic proportion. The Cobra is truly a magical machine in so many people’s eyes, so much so that you can still buy replicas of a car that effectively ceased production in 1967.Read More
While the Chevrolet El Camino has been out of production since the days when Love Shack was topping the charts, that doesn't mean that plenty of people don't still love the idea of a car-based pickup and this 1956 Chevrolet El Camino is a well done custom tribute to the brand along with a beautiful tribute to the 60th anniversary of the tri-five Chevy.Read More