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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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1958 Rambler Cross Country station wagon with a teardrop trailer
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Pretty In Pink – 1958 Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon

The seller’s market that existed in the immediate post-war period, leading right up to the banner year of 1955, had virtually evaporated. The coin had flipped, creating a ...
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Dan Carr in front of his 1971 GMC Sprint SP 454
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Eclectic El Camino Enthusiast

Among car enthusiasts there are plenty of stories about people who stumbled into the collector car hobby by accident. Most of them can be classified as “armchair” hobbyists ...
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1934 Packard LeBaron
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Packard LeBaron – The Pride of The American Automobile Industry

Nothing says luxury quite like a LeBaron, especially when its badge is affixed to a Packard automobile. From the 1920s through the 1950s, the Packard LeBaron was the ...
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Worlds most expensive car - 1907 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost
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The World’s Most Expensive Car: 1907 Rolls-Royce 40/50 “The Silver Ghost”

The most expensive and the most exquisite-looking car you’ll ever see is the 1907 Rolls-Royce “The Silver Ghost” and here it is in all its glory. The car ...
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1955 Hudson Hornet Holywood
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Hash – 1955 Hudson Hornet and Wasp Hollywood

While the 1955 Hudson Hornet and Wasp are the most attractively styled iteration of the ’52 Nash Airflyte body, they suffer from bloated surfaces which are difficult to ...
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1953 Studebaker Commander
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1953 Studebaker: American Car With The European Look

1953 was the first year of the “foreign look” for Studebaker. The “Champion” had a 6-cylinder engine and the “Commander” had a V-8, but they both looked alike. ...
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1935 Chevy Master Deluxe Sedan aka Grand Master by Chip Foose
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Foose, Coddington, Barris, and the Birth of the Ultra Hot Rods

The popularity of Beatnik rod’s demonstrated a public interest in hot rods that spilled well beyond the shores of the disgruntled teens. Additionally, those teenagers of the 1950’s ...
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