Hemmings Motor News

These are the crucial photos to take during the car restoration process – Thomas A. DeMauro @Hemmings

Have you ever attended a family function, a car show, or a race intending to capture all those special situations that arise through the course of the event only to realize when you got home that you missed many of… Read More ›

Model A Fords set to swarm the Model A Ford Museum this September – Matt Litwin @Hemmings

In our recent piece on the Model A Ford Museum, we interviewed past president and current Model A Ford Foundation, Inc. (MAFFI) special advisor, Stan Johnson, and current MAFFI president John Begg, about the history behind the founding and construction of… Read More ›

The first car featured in Hemmings Motor News is still with the same family more than 60 years later – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

t’s a common misconception that Hemmings Motor News for its first half-century or so only ran old-car classified ads and nothing else. That’s certainly how Ernest Hemmings started the company in 1954. However, not long afterward, he started to feature readers’ cars… Read More ›

Twenty years before the FCA-PSA merger, Chrysler tried to build its own Citroen 2CV -Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Long before anybody’s wildest imaginations could have conceived of Chrysler (not to mention Dodge and Jeep) becoming part of a multi-national carmaking company that included some storied Gallic brands, perhaps one of the most important Chrysler concept vehicles of the… Read More ›

Lee Iacocca Without him, the Mustang wouldn’t have had a chance – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

The auto industry would be a much different place today had a young engineer at Ford simply taken on his first assignment in 1946, designing automatic transmissions.Instead, Lido Anthony “Lee” Iacocca, then a 22-year-old who had just completed Ford’s 18-month… Read More ›

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