I've been effusive in my praise of the first-gen Mustang in previous posts. I think it fully deserves the credit. The original Mustang was one of the most important cars ever made, and its design still looks great today. The baby boomer generation must have seen it as sex on wheels compared to the hulking, staid…
Combine Belgium's famous Circuit de Spa with a race prepped SWB 1964 Porsche 911 and a slightly crazy but very talented driver and this is what you get. From the growl of the Porsches engine to watching the car drift sideways through the Eau Rogue (see video below) we can't get enough of this video.
Are you tired of cookie-cutter tract housing? Does your van down by the river look like everybody else's? Well, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Commer Caravan will ensure your home stands out, but only if you find its price outstanding.
Although it pains us to say it, sometimes there are things more important in life than cars. Herb Younger is clearly a man familiar with this concept.
One of the stars of this weekend's Branson Auction, a one owner 1964 Shelby Cobra, sold for an impressive $475,000 before auction fees yesterday. CSX 2305 is one of the few single owner Cobras known to exist.
53 years ago today, Chevrolet introduced the1959 El Camino to the automotive world and it hasn't been the same since. In direct response to the popularity of the Ford Ranchero, Chevrolet had decided it needed to stake a claim in the world of the automotive based utility vehicle.
The star of this weekend's Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas was this 1964 Ford Fairlane K-code which sold for an amazing $700,000 with all proceeds going to charity. This very red Fairlane was originally constructed by Rousch Industries as a promotional vehicle for the auction company. Last night it was auctioned…
In the midst of the Fireworks, Barbequing and other assorted Americana of this Fourth of July weekend it seems only appropriate to try and pick the perfect automobile to go along with the celebration. This weekend we want to know what vehicle screams "America, F%$k Yeah" louder than any other. What is the most…
47 year old American cars aren't exactly known for their handling prowess, but this Holman-Moody equipped 64 Ford Fairlane isn't just any 47 year old American car. After watching the way this old Ford attacks the ‘ring, we feel pretty safe guessing this Fairlane to be one of the company's modernized race cars (seen …
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 1964 Chevrolet Corvair.
While the modern day luxury excellence of Mercedes Benz and the memory of the long defunct and very quirky Studebaker don't have a lot in common these days, it wasn't always the case. If you wanted to test drive a Mercedes in America between 1958 and 1963 there was one place to do it: your local Studebaker/Packard…
In this short video, filmmaker Ben Pender-Cudlip gets his uncle to explain what makes his 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL worth holding onto for a couple of decades. Watching this will make you want to find an old car and just drive. Trust me.
As this vintage Triumph ad points out, bucket seats and flashy wheels are as close to a real sports car as some people ever get. Not so with the Triumph TR4A, it lets you know what a real sports car is all about.
This week we told you the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance being sold at Barrett-Jackson today is a fake. If you desire a piece of real documented JFK automotive history, then here's a 1964 Cadillac Hearse on Ebay that's actually real.
It took less than 13 minutes of screen time to earn James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5 the title of "the most famous car in the world." On the 46 year anniversary of Goldfinger's American release, where is it now?
A Washington woman took her 1964 Volkswagen Bus home from California last week 36 years after it was stolen in Spokane, WA, and one year after she had unsuccessfully tried to buy it back.
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 1964 Mercedes Unimog.
For the 1964 model year the Ford Falcon was all new, inside and out. Equipped with an optional 260 V8, it was the perfect car to go chasing after a kite while wearing a sensible sweater.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. We haven't seen many Impalas in this series, and today's car is our first Impala convertible.