Archive for January, 2012

31 Jan

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-dr post

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This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air post just screams Americana, with its trademark fins, bright red paint, and chrome Torq-Thrust-style wheels. If you’re looking to turn heads, this could be the car for you. The seller says the car is in excellent driver condition. It’s fitted with a fresh GM Goodwrench 350-ci crate engine and TCI […]


30 Jan

1972 Morris Mini 850

Americans are familiar with the Mini Cooper and perhaps the Austin Mini, but over the decades many companies around the world produced their own licensed versions. This ’72 Morris is a New Zealand market car that was recently imported to South Carolina. The funky cream-of-mushroom paint looks to be in great condition and is reportedly […]


29 Jan

2012 Fisker Karma

Henrik Fisker is not so much an automotive designer, as an artist who uses sheet metal to sculpt beauty on wheels.  His best-known creations are the Aston Martin DB9, Aston Martin V8 Vantage and BMW Z8 Roadster. Fisker designed the exterior of the production BMW Z8 roadster featured in the James Bond film, “The World […]


27 Jan

1964 Porsche 356C

This 1964 Porsche 356C will catch everyone’s attention when you go cruising by—and not just because it’s bright green. The 356C was the last iteration of Porsche’s first car, and the first one to feature four wheel disc brakes. The car is said to be powered by its numbers matching 1600-cc flat four-cylinder and four-speed […]


26 Jan

The (Vanishing) Ford Escape Hybrid

Ford recently revealed the looks of its new 2013 Escape compact sport utility vehicle—the company’s first redesign of the model in more than a decade. The dated boxy look will go away, and be replaced by a more modern edgy look. Something else is going away: the 2013 Escape SUV will no longer be offered […]


26 Jan

1969 Plymouth Road Runner convertible

In 1969, the Road Runner was near the top of Plymouth’s intermediate-size muscle cars, following only the GTX in horsepower and standard features. The convertible featured here is rare, as just 2,128 convertibles were built that year, and only 773 of them came with a 4-speed transmission. Muscle car survival rates were poor in the […]


25 Jan

1968 Holden HK Monaro GTS 327

The 1960s were the right time for race-ready cars from the factory—and that wasn’t just true in the USA. GM’s Australian division, Holden, made the HK Monaro an instant winner with its GTS 327 package. Tony Roberts and Bob Watson piloted one to a first race win at the 1968 Sandown 3-hour endurance race. Later […]


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