Purists will say the 1958 Hawk isn’t truly a Packard. That may be so, but it’s certainly an interesting car.
“What it did can only be done once,” historian Bob Casey shrewdly observes at the top of this video. “It’s
BMEP—that’s short for Brake Mean Effective Pressure—is an important yardstick in engine development. Here’s Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained to
America knows Mo Rocca, the journalist, humorist, and actor. We first got to meet him as a regular correspondent for The
Chevrolet was proud of its 1956 lineup, and rightly so. See the confidence on display in this 1956 color film.
For the 1966 model year, Chevrolet produced a feature-length film extravaganza for its dealers called Impact ’66, complete with Hollywood-style production values
We really enjoyed the introduction to this neat old color movie about the 1953 Ford line. “Jim Johnson’s a pretty
Capable of traveling on road or rail, the Evans Auto-Railer offered one possible solution to America’s transportation needs in the
In the opinion of many, Mark Donohue’s The Unfair Advantage is one of the finest racing books ever written. MCG takes a
Here’s a very young and dapper Roger Penske from 1967 to sell you some custom-blended Sunoco gasoline. Roger Penske didn’t