Whether you think classic cars should all remain stock as the day they rolled off the assembly line or you love all things custom, this custom 1960 Cadillac convertible is almost guaranteed to leave everyone who sees it with something to say.
Considering vintage Cadillacs are rarely the first choice for a hot rod platform, it's hard to believe this is the second old Caddy sedan we've seen with a Cummins diesel where it's factory V8 once was. While the other diesel Cadillac sedan we saw was a SEMA show car, this 1960 Cadillac currently listed on Ebay is…
It isn't everyday you stumble upon a row of rusty Packards from three different decades while wandering through the junkyard. Flickr user gab482 stumbled across this rare orphan lineup a few years ago in the same Deerfield, MI junkyard where they captured this derelict 1960 Dodge.
From the looks of it this old (1959 or 1960) International Harvester Travelall saw some serious work duty before it ended up in this Alabama Junkyard. Without any remaining signage to give us a clue we can only wonder what trade this rare IH was employed in before it retired.
Although it is shown here sitting in a Michigan junkyard surrounded by other old rusty Mopars, this 1960 Dodge Dart doesn't look too far gone. Judging from the chrome side trim this was the entry level Seneca model, the lowest Dart sold that year. It is anyone's guess why this old Dart ended up in the junkyard, but…
While all of Ford's passenger cars were radically redesigned for 1960, the Starliner was Ford's new performance model and the focus of this vintage advertisement. Using frantic music and color video, it's clear Ford wanted everyone to know the 1960 Starliner was the car "for those who wanted the ultimate in…
Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1960 Ford F100
If you were to pick a year where in your opinion most car manufacturers were the closest to getting it right, what would it be? What is your favorite model year of cars ever made?
Don't like NASCAR? Not watching today's race right now? That's OK, you'll probably still enjoy this vintage footage from the 1960 Daytona 500. Watch as 37 vehicles crash in what we believe to be the biggest smash-up in NASCAR history.
Station Wagons are generally designed more for utility then looks. That doesn't mean that some station wagons didn't end up looking pretty excellent. Which station wagon do you think looks the best?
You know what makes a Sunday afternoon just about perfect? Three-and-a-half minutes of a hyperbolic sales spiel from Lawrence Welk announcer Lou Crosby: "The newest and finest car to be introduced to the low-priced field for 32 years!"
When we think of NASCAR in the early 60s, we think of big cars. Impalas. Furies. Galaxies. But for two glorious years, Detroit's new compacts took to the tracks in NASCAR-sanctioned events.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's a proto-AMC to remind us of the transience of car companies.
My grandfather was quite the rally and ice-racing fanatic back in the 1950s and 1960s (running mostly Porsche 356s and Saab 93s) and now I've got a couple of his 8mm movies, shot in 1960.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. The distribution of Cadillac model years seems a bit strange on the island; today's car is our third 1960 Cadillac coupe (after this gold one and this red one), but the rest of…