Randy Lutz doesn’t really remember his grandfather. His recollections are hazy at best. But there is no mistaking his connection to his granddad’s favorite car. Lutz figures he and the car are permanently attached, even if he’s not sure when — or why — the connection started.
The Full Classic was a 1934 Lincoln KB convertible coupe with a coachbuilt body by LeBaron. Until it surfaced last summer, only six or fewer 1934 LeBaron convertible coupes were believed to still exist.
Bob Bugarske’s “Plain Jane” 1953 Ford sedan certainly doesn’t look like a bad guy’s getaway car. But the future prison convict who once owned the Ford probably wishes he had used it that way.
Story and photos by Brian Earnest Dale Jacobson can’t be sure, but he figures he has at least one claim to fame in life. “I think I’m the only guy crazy enough to rotisserie restore a Pinto,” he says with a hearty laugh. “I actually did have it up on a...
Larry Nesler, 61, of Paducah, Ken,, picked up a Celebrity Choice Award with his '59 Corvette, before heading home from the 2018 Corvette Funfest.
I own a ‘78 XS that I purchased in early 2017 from the son of the second owner (since deceased), who had owned the car since 1980.
Kelly Graefe had plenty of good reasons to hang onto his 1970 Mach 1 Mustang. It was a really nice car, he had owned it less than two years, and he wasn’t dying to get rid of it.
The 1937 Willys Model 37 was offered in coupe and sedan forms in either standard or Deluxe trim at prices starting at $499 for the standard coupe and $589 for the Deluxe sedan.
Thompson owns a stunning black 1964 Monza that he resurrected and brought back to show-winning condition.
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.