"They're only original once" is the mantra of car lovers who prefer preservation to restoration. The only problem is the difficulty of finding an older vehicle in original condition good enough to be preserved. This is especially true in the world of old commercial vehicles which usually end up quite destroyed by the…
This 1952 Buick may have lost a few pieces of trim, but it's managed to hang on to its distinctive grille and front bumper, at least for now. Even though the Texas junkyard where this old Buick was spotted is likely the car's final resting place, at least it is going out with a grin.
Saturday morning, the competitors of the Mutually Assured Destruction of Omaha 24 Hours of LeMons race had just entered the track for transponder testing laps when this hunk of vintage Soviet iron came screaming by at low altitude.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Yet another of The General's old soldiers keeps working in Alameda.
Louie Mattar's 1947 Cadillac came with everything required to survive a long road trip, grill, television, toilet and… hookah. He took his Turkish water-pipe-equipped machine and set a world record with it.
It's official: a single Lotus has what it takes to beat a trio of Italian minicars, according to yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll. And when you're done with your Éclat project (well, you'll never be done, but let's pretend), odds are you'll have the urge to put together a smooth-riding vintage European luxury…
Parked just down the street from the '68 Fairlane 500, this bright pink customized Dodge caught my eye from blocks away.