This past Sunday morning, while waiting for our church’s now-online worship service to begin, I pulled out Volume 1 of The Beaulieu...
The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette had an attitude that fit right in with newspaper headlines. In order for this sports car to be credible, it had to deliver the goods.
Alongside Pierce-Arrow, Peerless and Packard were the standouts in the new form of transportation. Pierce-Arrow was known for big engines. But, big is sort of an understatement.
The 1909 Overland 38 Touring car came at a time of forward-thinking people, exploration, and opportunities.
Certainly, the 1962 Ford Econoline Van is an expression of that movement, but it wasn’t the only point of reference.
In fact, 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII grew nearly five inches longer and four inches wider than the preceding Mark VII.
Thanks to Helmuth Schrader, the Chief Designer, the Lincoln LS broke the model out of the brand's dated and stodgy image, and became a genuine hit.
This 1937 Plymouth 2-door Sedan does look suitable for anyone’s burgeoning car collection or simply as a perfect weekend cruiser.
The 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible just has a friendly, flower-power feel. But, it's every inch a sports car. With a 427 cranking out 435-horsepower, this does have an alter-ego.
When the 1967 Austin Mini Mark ll came to market, consumers were quick to find that the unintended result of this short wheel-base was a car with nimble, go-kart handling.