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1968 Chrysler Newport Convertible with Sports Grain Option
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1968 Chrysler Newport Convertible with Sports Grain Option

The Sports Grain trim package (actually just station wagon-style Di-Noc to fit the side coves in their bodies) was an option available only on Newport two-door hardtops and ...
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1954 Oldsmobile F-88
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The Mysterious Tale of the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88

The tale of the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 in the automotive world has been compared to a murder mystery. Indeed, Oldsmobile’s sports car-in-the-making was brought to an untimely demise ...
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1952 Crosley Model CD two-door
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Crosley Model CD Two-Door – The Makes That Didn’t Make It

When you’d last seen a Crosley? Have you ever heard about Crosley cars? Powel Crosley, Jr., a successful radio and refrigerator manufacturer from Cincinnati, Ohio, first tried his ...
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American Concept Car - Chevrolet Corvair Monza GT
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Top Ten ’60s American Concept Cars

As part of our ongoing look at our favorite concept cars of all time, the following are our favorites from American automakers in the 1960s: 10. 1964 GM ...
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1953 Buick Breathless built by Rick Dore
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1953 Buick “Breathless” built by Rick Dore

This is “Breathless”, a 1953 Buick that was built by Rick Dore to his usual very high standard. This was his second project based on a 1953 Buick ...
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Ruger Sports Tourer
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Ruger Sports Tourer Prototype

Ah, the ‘neo-classics’ – vintage-looking cars, with modern driving manners! We present to you the Ruger, a neo-classic definitely not inspired by classic Bentleys… The Sixties witnessed the ...
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Trabantimino and Liz Cohen
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“Trabantimino”: Liz Cohen’s Trabant Transformer

This is “Trabantimino” which is based on an East German 1987 Trabant and now looks like it would feel at home on a Transformers movie. A Detroit photographer ...
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1963 Ford Falcon Sprint
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Fast and Fancy: 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint

The first Ford Falcon was a massive success for Ford, breaking open the new compact-car market in the early Sixties. And top of the tree in ’63 was ...
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1937 Airomobile
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Aerodynamic Marvel: 1937 Airomobile Three-Wheeler

During the Depression, anyone with a few bucks could be a car manufacturer. This intriguing automobile was the brainchild of Paul M. Lewis, who first drew up the ...
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1949 Kurtis - America's first sports car
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Kurtis – America’s 1st True Sports Car?

Postwar America saw its sports car market completely dominated by European manufacturers, even though the ‘Big 3’ all offered various top-shelf sport coupes, they just weren’t nowhere near ...
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