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As a four-door convertible without a B-pillar, views of the passing landscape were unobstructed.

The van was created by famed designer Raymond Loewy, also known for the iconic Coca-Cola vending...

Mothballed aircraft were used to build some of the world's hairiest high-speed racers.

In 1975 and 1976, Cadillac gave customers the option to convert brand-new DeVilles into open-bed...

Pre-war art cars and exotics still command top dollar, but other categories are affordable and on...

While the exterior has an exquisite patina, the interior features new Dakota Digital gauges and a...

The Wagoneer somehow transcended the mud-bogging scene to carve out a niche among social climbers.

They were the first to roll out of the factory for three straight model years.

Roger Ebert didn’t know cars but he knew the Studebaker Golden Hawk, which could be described as...

Unlike the Chevelles and Barracudas of the day, AMC threw its most potent hardware in a compact...

The 1958 model delivers pure American style: from its bulging fenders to the monumental tail lamps.

A production version of the new model, which takes a modern approach, will be shown next week in...

As long as muscle cars roam the Earth, the Pontiac marque will be among the world’s most desirable...

The Ranchero’s six-foot long, four-and-a-half foot wide cargo bed provides plenty of room to haul...

It was originally purchased by Lawrence “Lance” Reventlow, son of socialite Barbara Hutton. Then,...

Rising from the ground in a swirl of red paint and polished metal is the newly redesigned Petersen...

It’s becoming easier than ever to put stout engines into older cars.

In the mid-1990s, Chrysler was looking for a way to inject high performance enthusiasm back into...

Nearing the end of the 1950s, the automotive scene was changing.

There is no mistaking the real patina on Laid-Back USA's 1947 GMC Cab Over hauler.

Hanson’s first car was a 1950 Mercury purchased in 1959. "I started looking for another one in the...