What Car Is Superman Trashing On The Action Comics No. 1 Cover?

Superman's been on minds lately, what with that new movie and the story of a man finding an original Superman-introducing 1938 Action Comics 1 in the walls of his house, and that's got me thinking. You know what else is on the cover of Action Comics 1, other than a very strong man in ankle boots and a bodysuit? A car. » 5/23/13 12:25pm 5/23/13 12:25pm

DOTS-O-Rama Sunday: 1959 DeSoto Fireflite

We all miss the inimitable POLAЯ, but at least we've got some DOTSBE photos that he shot on the streets of his native Toronto before running off to become Maximum Warlord of the Trilateral Commission. First up is this remarkably unrusty '59 DeSoto; make the jump to see the entire gallery and read some classic POLAЯisms
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Your Plymouth Pursued By Repo Men In A DeSoto? Hide By The…

All the film geeks say that Sunset Boulevard is one of the best movies ever made, and they're right. You hear a lot of talk about Norma Desmond's Isotta-Fraschini, but what about the repo-ripe '46 Plymouth driven by Joe Gillis in the beginning of the film (not to mention the '48 DeSoto belonging to the repo men)? We… » 6/17/08 4:20pm 6/17/08 4:20pm

PCH, Off-Brand Station Wagon Edition: Firedome or Provincial?

Some grumbling about the non-wagon nature of yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll (which was won, unsurprisingly, by the '38 Traction-Avant) was heard around these parts, but I usually write PCH posts the night before... and the Maximum Wagon Day thing just sort of happened without warning. So, even though we've seen » 2/21/08 5:03pm 2/21/08 5:03pm