Studebaker had been making rolling carriages since they first produced the Conestoga Wagons. They knew something about engineering rugged vehicles. That’s why many Studebaker historians think the company may have produced some of the best and most battle tested vehicles for World War II. This week a private party seller from Roswell, Georgia listed this…

When Plymouth retired the Belvedere name, it was replaced by their Fury model. In 1960 it became the top-o-the-line model with Virgil Exner giving it his special design touches. It almost looked like a space ship floating down the road with Cadillac-like suspension, providing a true luxury ride. It was the last year for the…

The year 1968 was a big year for Ford Motor Company. They came out with their new 302 small block motor and it was featured in Mustangs and Cougars and with cars such as this 1968 Shelby GT350 Convertible. It was also the year that Ford took over production of the Shelby Mustang as Carroll…

Every once in a decade a car manufacturer goes beyond the pale to produce a car so ahead of its time that it becomes legend from the gitgo. They say the design staff at the Coventry plant got so caught up in the design of the Jaguar XJ220 that it became an obsession to create…