[Editor’s note: This “Reminiscing” story, edited by Richard Lentinello, comes to us fromHemmings Classic Car reader Jim Zimmerman of Burlington, Wisconsin.]
Coachbuilder LeBaron originated the “Sweep Panel” styling used on early Duesenberg Model Js, building roughly 18 examples with dual-cowl phaeton
These days, it’s common for automakers to build road-legal tributes to their race cars; whether these have any extra performance
Interesting article from Alyn Edwards at driving.ca detailing 50 years of Model Ford family ownership with the White family.
Looking to promote its new-for-1930 V-16 automobiles in markets outside the United States, Cadillac shipped a “Madam X” seven-passenger Imperial
Great looking Patina 1930 Model A Hot Rod on Barn Finds, article by Todd Fitch This rare find is currently
Went along to the Berkshire Motor Show with the Sport Coupe for its second show outing of the year