Gotta love the Airflows Seller’s Description: 1 of 6,269 SG-Series Sedans Produced for 1935Complete Frame Off Restoration Finished in 2011Formerly of the Binder DeSoto CollectionFinished in Yellow over Brown Interior242 CI / 100 hp L-Head Six Cylinder Engine3-Speed Synchromesh Manual TransmissionLockheed… Read More ›
Promotional newsreels featuring a variety of Chevrolet-centric stories, including: the building of Norris Dam in Tennessee; an automobile racing an ice boat across a lake in Mt. Clemens, Michigan; gasoline economy tests on Detroit streets; women showing off their hairstyles… Read More ›
Did Ford offer a coupe with beds in 1935? Reader Joey Crosslin wrote in with the above photo. He said “I recently found a photo of my father’s first car. He passed away a while back. It appears to look… Read More ›
Interesting to see that American Pickers are getting involved in the efforts of Doug Pray to keep both his Father’s and the ACD legacy alive. BROKEN ARROW — Doug Pray has a fixed date in mind that he is working… Read More ›
Here’s a real match made in heaven, an attractive couple that’s going places. Most likely, heading out on the back roads for a cross-country camping trip in vintage style. Read the rest of Bob’s article here
Good article from The Old Motor on the 1930’s Chevrolet “Knee Action” suspension Today’s lead image dated to November 6, 1934, by the source, shows either a 1934 or ’35 Chevrolet “Knee-Action” promotional car equipped with it parked in front… Read More ›
Not sure where this was taken but it looks cold! Photograph taken by The Detroit Edison Company, number CAR K-330, M-40004, on December 30, 1935.
Don’t call it a replica: Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg working on third-generation Auburn Boat Tail – Hemmings Daniel Strohl
Those of you who read the blog will know that anything ACD, (Auburn Cord Duesenberg), are amongst my favourite vehicles. I was lucky enough to visit the ACD Museum a few years ago to see a lot of the original… Read More ›
Steering Joint Question Hi All Firstly let me apologise for the disgusting condition of my steering gear, this will change very soon!! I have quite a bit of play in the joint in the picture, and I see kits listed… Read More ›
1935 Chevrolet Coupe Survivor.