Tim Benson likes to talk about how “he grew up in the back seat” of his jumbo-sized 1959 Ford Galaxie 500 sedan.
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.
Trace Frost will be the first to admit he really lucked out on this one. When it comes to the perfect confluence of circumstances and random events, its tough to top the old car story of the affable retired law enforcement officer and his lovely 1969 Mercury Cyclone.
The 1965 Chevrolet Malibu SS was the car that got away from Brian Robertson when he was a kid. Now it’s the car he will probably never let go as an adult.
Somewhere along the line, Don and Gladys Cass’s old car hobby almost turned into a game. “How many car shows can you get to in a year behind the wheel of a 1968 Camaro?”
John Myers figures his 1962 Triumph TR4 is sort of the automotive equivalent of an organ transplant recipient.
For reasons unknown, Paul Stewart’s stellar 1971 Plymouth Road Runner has always been sort of “the car that nobody wanted.”