Sigurd Olson Haugdahl’s story begins upon his arrival from Norway to the United States at the age of 19.
The name Felix Wankel doesn’t ring too many bells these days, but he’s the German engineer who invented the rotary engine, which later helped rescue Japanese automaker Mazda and, in 1991.
In 1986, something called the Internet Engineer Task Force held its first meeting.
Volvo’s second post-war model was unveiled the first weekend of September 1956 in the Swedish town of Örebro.
Once we reached a deserted stretch of roadway, Mate Rimac asked if I wanted to feel the full accelerative power of the Concept_One.
The majority of people from the two most-recent generations, if faced with the name Larz Anderson, probably don’t know who he was or care to find out.
Ernie Adams grew up near a landfill in Harvard, Nebraska.
A 1935 Datsun Type 14 has gone on display at Britain’s National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, even though that model of car never was sold in the UK.
The Duesenberg brothers introduced their first production road car in 1920.
The fascinating history of 1929 Duesenberg chassis 2201 (engine J-183) starts with the handsome town car body seen in the photo and created by Enos Derham.