Even though the first official day of summer is still over three weeks away, Memorial Day weekend has always signified the beginning of the season for us. With this in mind, we wanted to take a look at the ideal summer vehicle with a twist.
A beautiful 1965 Jaguar XKE 4.2-Liter Series I Roadster that was formerly owned by Sir Elton John sold at auction in Oxford, England yesterday for an impressive $130,027 (£82,140).
In 1965 popular television was full of secret agents, guys wearing cowboy hats and friendly witches—so it makes sense that is who Chevrolet chose to introduce their new cars that year.
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.
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 1965 Buick LeSabre 400.
In 1965 Ford tried to sell potential LTD buyers on the fact it was quieter than a Rolls Royce because, as well all know, interior noise is a huge factor in car buying. 15 years later, even though the LTD's low decibel advantage had turned into a barely audible tie, Ford was still proud of that fact the LTD was as…
It was 46 years ago last Thursday when the world was introduced to the first tuner mustang, the 1965 Shelby GT350 (1966 pictured). The GT350 was the first Mustang produced by an aftermarket company like Shelby. (Photo Credit: aldenjewell)
Welcome to Down On The Mile High Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the City That Rust Sorta Ignored: Denver, Colorado. It's too bad the Mercury brand is going away- no future Breezeways!
We're living in the Golden Age Of Engines right now, with power and efficiency numbers just getting better every year, but what about style? What year gave us the most beautiful designs?
I've been somewhat reluctant to post photos of this car, because I know that doing so will trigger a bunch of incoherent emails from Corvair freaks demanding that I sell them parts from "my" car.
How much luggage did American families need to strap to the roof of their full-size Chrysler wagons back in 1965? Plenty!
After I got tipped about this truck from three different sources, I decided I'd better head down to the self-service boneyard a few miles from my house.