Tony Barthel and Jim Cherry talk about the groundbreaking Chrysler AirFlows of 1934-37, a vehicle which debuted many of the features that are cornerstone components of modern car design. Even Orville Wright got involved but the public didn't respond wellRead More
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The DeLorean car, made famous again by the "Back to the Future" movie trilogy, was also the story of intrigue, government meddling and missed opportunities. Take a ride this week as we hit 88 miles per hour and travel in time with the DeLorean.Read More
One of the most influential and extraordinary vehicle designers, Virgil Exner was famous for his “Forward Look” cars at Chrysler in the 1950s. But he was ultimately fired from that job and went on to start a neo-classic wave that turned into the broughamization of cars in the 1970s.Read More
Jim Cherry and Tony Barthel discuss two of the oddest cars in history that were safety prototypes from unique visionaries in Massachusetts. These cars survive to this day and are truly unusual.Read More
This week Jim Cherry and Tony Barthel discuss the very collectible and highly innovative cars of the Nash Motor Company as detailed in Jim’s article about Nash Motors in his Cherry Classics series. We also take a detour to the Drive-Through Redwood Tree in Northern California.Read More
The best selling Thunderbird to date was the remarkable 1964-66 model which we feature this week on the Curbside Car Show podcast. Plus we also look at a 1986 Chevrolet El Camino tribute art car.Read More