Despite our tendency to make far more questionable car related decisions than the average person, sometimes we are actually able to translate automotive obsession into making excellent choices when it comes to cars and trucks.
While discovering a 1967 Camaro sitting in your driveway is surely the stuff of gearhead fantasy, as one Florida family learned this past week finding one sitting in your recently refinished swimming pool isn't quite the same.
Last month we showed you a stretched 1959 Suburban that we believed had started life as an airport limo even though we didn't have any documented history on the truck. Although we know exactly who built this eight door 1967 Pontiac Catalina—an airport limo company named Stageway—we still have no idea exactly how to…
Chevrolet went bare bones when it came time to advertise their redesigned 1967 Impala Sport Coupe. One neurotic spokesperson, a driveway and one brand new Marina Blue Impala Sport Coupe were all it took to create this silly vintage advertisement.
The Wall Street Journal published an article this past week showcasing one of the most innovative and interesting uses of prison labor we've ever heard about—restoring classic cars.
We showed you the painful aftermath of an asshat in an out of control Lexus flying into a classic car show back in June. While a 1940 Ford Roadster was damaged in the incident, it was the 1967 Pontiac LeMans seen here that took the worst of it in this random attack of the beige. Now the destroyed LeMans has showed up…
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 1969 Ford F100 Custom Cab.
In this excellent vintage footage, the layout of the Nürburgring is explained via F1 car. Equally amazing is how slow these F1 cars look today and how dangerous it must have been driving one.
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. You want to know what really killed the Corvair? This car!
I had never heard of this tiny pre-Minica kei van prior to reading about it on the Japanese Nostalgic Car forums, but now I must have one!
British Leyland, the "Government Motors" of Malaise Era Britain, began its life in 1968, so this '67 GT6 managed to avoid the BL stigma.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's the fourth Citroën I've discovered parked on the island's streets!
Much as I like to get my parts at the junkyard, I tend to feel a little uncomfortable using junkyard brake hoses. Anyway, there's been a real Spridget drought at my local self-service yards.