Ron Kiblinger had multiple muscle cars and antiques that had gone unnoticed at car shows — mostly because they were in a line of cars that were the same or similar to his. His passion was to build a unique show car using a 1958 Chevrolet Impala.
The 1957 Chryslers looked totally different from the 1956 models and nothing like each other as well. A new third line of middle-priced models revived the old Saratoga name.
When Greg Cockerill decided to look for a second-generation Trans Am, he had only three requirements. It needed to be affordable, rust-free, and have a Pontiac-built V-8.
Fred Westermeyer’s 1956 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria coupe is so nice he can almost bring himself to forget that he got swindled in the deal to get it.
This old REO has been in our family for about 75 Years. It is a 1923 Speedwagon with a Foamite Childs fire apparatus body and a Northern Rotary fire pump.
Kent Gibbs had been dreaming about owning a 1958 Corvette for most of his adult life. Once he met fellow ‘Vette enthusiast Randy McCarry, it only took him a few days to finally bring one home.
Mike Kurtzweil wasn’t sure if he should drive his 1958 Jaguar Mark VIII back home to Wisconsin from Virginia when he first bought it, of if he should play it safe and have the car shipped.Наш интересный веб портал , он описывает в статьях про Мастевер.
tim Blum is a truck restorer from Baraboo, Wis. He normally makes older heavy trucks look new again, but he and his sons Matt and Josh decided to do the same to a 1952 Chevrolet 1-ton panel that Tim originally had only $500 in.
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.