Jeff Duranso knew she was the car of his dreams from the first moments he laid eyes on her. The “pin-up” girl he had to have was a curvy, glamorous snow-white 1973 Pontiac Grand Am.
By John Gunnell Dennis Statz’s ’57 Pontiac-Superior ambulance never did an emergency run, never had an accident and never backed into the garage door due to driver error. The totally unrestored rescue rig is about original as they come, although Statz had repainted the roof at one point about 25 years...
In 2013, Tom Marcucci told Kevin Manley of Kevin’s Klassic Cars in Cannon Falls, Minn., that he wanted a 1969 Boss 429 Mustang. However, it had to be a Raven Black “Boss 9” and it had to be an early model with the NASCAR-inspired S-code 429-cid V-8.
The Gremlin was one of those unforgettable cars that left a distinct mark in automotive history, and today they are relatively few and far between.
After decades of restoring cars to concours quality for customers, Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg expert Randy Ema finally has a Number 1 condition car of his own. And he’s not quite sure what to do with it.
Tim Benson likes to talk about how “he grew up in the back seat” of his jumbo-sized 1959 Ford Galaxie 500 sedan.
Dave Beck had his own unique reason for dragging home a tired old Oldsmobile station wagon.
Some Corvette lovers dream about big-block 427s or split windows. Some dream about ZR1s, some about ’68 shark bodies, and some about original Polo White ’53s. Gary Conger, of Green Bay, Wis., always had his sights set on a 1961 roadster.
Model T Ford lovers Bert Reid and his son Joe don’t have anything against project cars and basket cases. They’ve taken apart Tin Lizzies before — every nut and bolt on them. But when a nice turn-key car comes along, the pair don’t turn up their noses. That was the case...
Frank Childs of Jupiter, Fla., owns a different kind of Henie Packard; this one first owned by Olympic skater and actress Sonia Henie.