Daniel Strohl

Was Ford’s Astrion meant to be a super-sporty Thunderbird or just another concept car? – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

As noted when we posted the video on Ford’s Styling Center the other day, the advanced design that much of the first half of the video focused on is something of a mystery given how much time and energy that Ford and… Read More ›

From the lost era of downsized American performance comes a low-mileage 1979 Mercury Capri RS Turbo – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Of course, I’m partial to the late Seventies American performance hatches, which seem to have largely gone overlooked in the fervor to embrace Eighties and Nineties cars as the next wave of collectibles. These were the cars that showed how Wangers-era… Read More ›

Decades before CVTs, a couple of Georges in Chicago built something similar with the Marble-Swift – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

At first glance, a 1903 Marble-Swift looks like pretty much every other entry in the early Brass Era race to create an affordable car for the masses: upright, chain-driven, replete with levers and fittings that look like they came out… Read More ›

The increasing complexity of electronics poses a challenge for future collectibles – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Perhaps as we speak, there’s somebody somewhere in the world composing a future collectibles listicle, running down all the various reasons why those Hellcatted Dodges and stormtrooper Camaros and Sasquatch Broncos will inevitably break auction records at Barrett-Jackson’s 2060 Scottsdale… Read More ›

“You’re racing against something that isn’t human:” a short virtual film festival focused on all things Bonneville – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Bonneville’s one of those places where, once you see it, you can’t get it out of your head. You could travel the world and not feel that you’ve ever really left home until you set foot there. You come away… Read More ›

One-off Holbrook of Wolverhampton-bodied 1934 Ford could best be described as modest luxury – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Over the years, we’ve profiled a number of Thirties Fords coachbuilt in Europe, but we—and the rest of the world, apparently—have missed this 1934 Ford bodied by Holbrook of Wolverhampton for sale on Hemmings.com. By the time Holbrook took on this project,… Read More ›

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