WHAT IT’S LIKE TO OWN AND DRIVE AN UNRESTORED 1962 RAMBLER AMERICAN DELUXE? Love them or laugh at them–the 1961-’63 Rambler Americans are now a kitsch classic. An evolution of the original 1950 Nash Rambler, America’s first successful compact car,… Read More ›
Recently, Howard Shaw bought himself a 1948 Buick Roadmaster convertible that he discovered through Hemmings. Congrats, Howard! He plans to pick it up in the near future, so, just like many of us do when we’ve bought an old car, his… Read More ›
This is a truly beautiful vehicle and an amazing survivor, here’s some of the advert description “completely original, 17,000 mile, rust-free art deco masterpiece. This 1937 Hupmobile Aerodynamic Rumble Seat Model G Coupe is just one of two in existence… Read More ›
I don’t often post stuff from eBay, but I was sorely tempted by this one I have to say! Here is the listing Having previously owned a US Spec Ranger the bug lurks near the surface
Those of you that have visited the blog before will have seen the post regarding the 1929 Model A Tudor Barn Find that John imported a while back. After some considerable mechanical fettling she’s now a driver!
Pre-War Cars Still In Service.
1935 Chevrolet Coupe Survivor.