I came across this postcard in Monterey last year and couldn't resist.
The 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix was a totally re-designed version based on the new mid-sized 118-inch wheelbase "G" body platform from General Motors.
Mundane station wagon transformed into V8-powered, wildly fender-flared autocrossing monster
It's quite a shame that one of the oldest automobile manufacturers (at the time of their demise) couldn't have withstood the stiff competition of the day.
The 1958 Chevrolet Corvette was only available as a 2-door convertible model, with few options available over the base model offerings.
The versatile "JEEP", was the nickname given for the launch of the 4X4 vehicle which was designed and built by several of the WWII era automobile manufacturers of the time.
Famed custom car from the 1950s and ’60s was suddenly hidden away for 50 years
As you’ve probably guessed, I enjoy searching for old photos of early cars. During Monterey Classic Car Week, and it was there that I found this image of a uniquely bodied duPont Series G Special Sport Sedan.
45 years later, dealership will do restoration of car it sold new
The surprising popularity of Ford's Mustang framed the XP-836 project from the very start and incorporated the "Mustang formula" in the early years of production.