Love it or loathe it, but the 1971-1988 Stutz had a certain appeal with kings.
In the winter issue of Hagerty Classic Cars, Jim Koscs takes a look at the neo- … More
(Editor’s Note: From pearl, metallic flake and candy-colored paint to modified small-blocks, big-blocks and flathead V-8s, the proud owners of custom cars are o … More
Multipla could be built to hold four to six passengers, with different cargo configurations
It is widely believed that Chrysler invented the minivan, but actua … More
First car actually a Toyoda, named after family firm
General Motors was king of the hill after they surpassed Ford’s sales figures in the late 1920s, but Toyot … More
A showroom dud in the 1980s, this intriguing Mustang has a small but loyal following today
All you SVO Mustang owners can now gloat that Ford was ahead of its … More
Jeff has lived and breathed the heavily sought-after Willys gasser since he was old enough to discover auto-related magazines at grocery stores while his mother … More
Woody wanted a sports car so he produced 300 of them ... but only 15 left his factory
The photographed 1953 Woodill Wildfire Series II was one of the cars in t … More
Coach-built cars on Fiat mechanicals became very popular in postwar era, laying groundwork for a merger
The Autobianchi: a custom-body Fiat with snob appeal.
Danish owner’s interest interrupted by greater demand for vacuums and VW Beetles
Despite only living three traffic lights away from the Russ Baker Way McDonald … More