The 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz was GM’s best when GM was building the best – Terry Shea @Hemmings

There was a period from the mid-1950s through the late 1960s when, it could be argued, General Motors was almost certainly building the best cars in the American market. Not only was the company the largest automaker in the world,… Read More ›

An Olds obsession: Fred Mandrick’s A-body collection – Jeff Koch @Hemmings

There’s something to be said for knowing what you like, and going deep. Fred Mandrick’s collection concentrates exclusively on 1968-’72 Oldsmobile A-bodies. Not even four-doors and Vista Cruisers—just two-doors and convertibles. Cutlass Supremes. 442s. W30s. Hurst Oldses. And even a… Read More ›

America’s Lowest-priced Pickup: 1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero brochure – Mark J McCourt @Hemmings

Images are from the brochure collection of Hemmings Motor News America’s Lowest-priced Pickup: 1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero America’s automotive marketplace was changing drastically in the postwar era, and a fast-growing segment of buyers was purchasing vehicles that placed more emphasis… Read More ›

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