Crosley dealership sign scooter is one clever creation

If you came across an old Crosely dealership sign made from the outer four inches of either side of a 1949 Crosley convertible, welded together and shortened, what would you do with it? Most people would probably hang it in their garage, but Crosley collector Paul Gorrell had a slightly more interesting idea. Using… » 9/10/11 2:00pm 9/10/11 2:00pm

Project Car Hell, Low And Slow Edition: 1964 Impala or 1949 Mercury…

Welcome to Project Car Hell, where you choose your eternity by selecting the project that's the coolest... and the most hellish! In our last plunge into the Lake Of Fire, we saw the Alpine A310 stomp the Matra Murena like Napoleon pulverizing the Russians in the Battle of Austerlitz, with a decisive 70-30 split in the… » 7/23/08 5:20pm 7/23/08 5:20pm

Yet More Vintage Machinery From Denver's Streets

When you see "Denver" in the title, you might figure you're looking at more shots by prolific DOTSBE photographer Kitt. But hold on- now we've got two readers shooting interesting vehicles on the streets of John Fante's hometown. We've got Kitt covering the south side of town and ejacobs working the northwest… » 4/04/08 3:00pm 4/04/08 3:00pm

Project Car Hell, Caddy Ambulance Edition: '49 or '68?

In the agonizing choice between Italian style and American truckcar goodness, our readers tend to prefer an eternity spent with the three '59 El Caminos to one spent with three '73 Fiats, though the race was pretty close- more Dewey Versus Truman than Mondale Versus Reagan. Today, the choices are inspired by our… » 10/09/07 5:30pm 10/09/07 5:30pm

Project Car Hell, Angry Seller Edition: MG-TC or Morgan?

Yesterday's NSU-versus-Jensen matchup produced a near-tie, with the Interceptor holding a razor-thin lead at the time of this writing. We've been focusing on British iron quite a bit lately, since most of us seem to love and fear such cars in roughly equal measure, but it's probably time for us to leave the UK for a… » 9/13/07 5:30pm 9/13/07 5:30pm