Brooks Stevens’s Sceptre concept, designed for Studebaker. Photo courtesy Milwaukee Art Museum. From its start as a manufacturer of horse-drawn
As the 1990s dawned, Oldsmobile – then America’s oldest automotive brand – was in crisis. Sales were declining, its buyers
The stars all appeared to align for Duesenberg’s return in the mid-Sixties: a Duesenberg family member at the helm, an
Richard Sias should, by many of his contemporaries’ accounts, be as widely hailed an automotive designer today as any of
Some really interesting Dyno results for various tuning tweaks and combinations of Model A Ford Flathead Four Bangers on this
Finally got around to stamping and fitting the body tag to the A!
Cylinder head development in the 1960s was like an arms race. Chrysler reintroduced a bigger, badder Hemi, Chevrolet developed the
Sometimes the best ideas don’t come from inside a company but rather spring forth as a reaction to external forces.
f you grew up glued to the tube in the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s, you know Hollywood was car crazy.
There is no sound quite like a tuned-up big-block. Sadly, when our 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS396 rolled in the shop it had