Engine Of The Day: The Very First Chevrolet V8

We haven't had an Engine Of The Day » 11/14/08 3:15pm 11/14/08 3:15pm for a while, but the Chevrolet Series D V8 engine deserves some attention. 288 cubic inches, overhead valves, crossflow heads… and it was manufactured before the That's right, Chevrolet had an OHV V8, generating an excellent-for-its-time 55 horsepower, back in 1917! Chevrolet was…

Own A Piece Of American Labor History: Scab-Killing 1914 White Truck…

You often see a vehicle with an interesting history for sale, but usually you're dealing with something semi-boring like Bela Lugosi's accountant's '47 Plymouth, or maybe an '81 Pontiac that can be seen in the background of a 9-second shot in Breakin' II, Electric Boogaloo » 10/02/08 3:00pm 10/02/08 3:00pm. Not so with this 1914 White Motor Company…

Project Car Hell, Pressure Drop Edition: Stanley Steamer or…

Welcome to Project Car Hell, where you choose your eternity by selecting the project that's the coolest... and the most hellish! Yesterday, we saw a cat-piss-enhanced, meth-head-damaged, Camaro-suspended '53 Chevy take a beating in the Choose Your Eternity poll at the hands of the Jaguar-powered, bugs-in-face… » 8/12/08 5:20pm 8/12/08 5:20pm

PCH, Senior Citizen Edition: 1917 Overland or 1938 Traction-Avant?

Was it the Muppets connection that grabbed an overwhelming 80/20 victory for the Studebaker Starlight Coupe over the 1929 Model A in yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll? We may never know, because the past is behind us now. And, speaking of the past, how about a pair of cars from waaaaaay back for today's challenge?… » 2/20/08 5:02pm 2/20/08 5:02pm