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Ancient Arizona Kaisers Have Never Experienced Rust, Believe Life Is Eternal

This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition »11/13/08 3:00pm11/13/08 3:00pm, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than the . You don't see many 1940s cars that live outside and haven't succumbed to the dreaded Rust Monster, but iron atoms have a tougher time getting together with oxygen in Arizona's dry climate. …

PCH, Factory Supercharger Edition: Kaiser Manhattan or VW Corrado G60?

It would appear that sheer number of doors trumps all other factors when it comes time to pick an airport limo for your next punitive project car, as evidenced by the results of yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll. And I've got to admit that I almost didn't include the Hexador Suburban... because I was calculating… »1/18/08 5:00pm1/18/08 5:00pm

The Girl From Itamaraty: Willys Limo, Brazilian Style

Willys is mostly known for its iconic Willys MB (aka WW2 Jeep), but the company made a car from 1951 through 1955: the Aero-Willys. When Kaiser acquired Willys-Overland and decided to ditch cars in favor of hotter-selling Jeeps, the Aero's tooling ended up in Brazil, where production continued well into the 1970s.… »3/30/07 12:31pm3/30/07 12:31pm