Blower Bentley Replica: Twice As Many Cylinders, Way More Fun

We promised you more of VintageRacer's photographs, so here's the next batch. Only 55 Blower Bentleys were built in 1929 and 1930, and they got 175 horsepower out of their blown four-bangers (which had what we think is the best supercharger location ever). This Bob Peterson Engineering-built replica has a 400 » 6/10/08 3:00pm 6/10/08 3:00pm

PCH, Packard Eight Swap Edition: 1937 Pontiac Sedan or 1929 Ford Truck

Well, whaddya know- an American Hell Project beat a French one in our most recent Choose Your Eternity poll, with the Malaise Corvette Limo winning by a small- yet significant- margin over the V8-ready Peugeot 404. Unprecedented! We need to honor this tremendous underdog victory by going with an all-American matchup,… » 4/17/08 5:20pm 4/17/08 5:20pm

This Might Be The Most Badass Model A Ford Ever

We know, you can find Model As stuffed with Pro Mod motors, J47 jet engines, you name it. But we still think that the Finnish madmen who built this (mostly) stock-looking '29 A into a Cosworth-powered super sleeper have achieved a level of Model A badassery that will be hard to surpass. They've made a DOHC Cosworth BDA … » 1/23/08 1:30pm 1/23/08 1:30pm

Forgotten Brand, Forgotten Car: 1929 Oakland All-American Six

Can you imagine a brand marketed above Pontiac and below Buick, Olds and Cadillac? Neither could GM after 1931, but before that Oakland was such a brand. Proving platform prostitution isn't a new idea, this 1929 Oakland All-American Six is basically a badge engineered Pontiac with a fancy interior. The story here isn't … » 1/22/08 7:30am 1/22/08 7:30am