Hagerty magazine Spring 2016 online issue

Featured Article

Muscling In

While DeLorean and legendary adman Jim Wangers targeted the youth set, the more mature Oldsmobile and Buick divisions knew their customers were not as interested in stripped-down, inexpensive muscle. They knew their customers wanted subtle yet potent performance, without sacrificing quality or comfort. Oldsmobile was first to jump in after the GTO, hurrying the 4-4-2 option package into production in April 1964 for the F-85 Cutlass line. It was essentially the B-09 Police Apprehender Pursuit Package renamed “4-4-2” (for four-on-the-floor, four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust) option. More

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  • Muscling

    Muscling In

  • The future that wasn't

    The Future That Wasn’t

  • First Rung on the Ladder

    First Rung On The Ladder

  • Classic Touring Motorcycles

    2 Wheels 4 Touring Fun

  • Racing Lines (photo by Marc Urbano)

    Racing Lines

  • The 100-Year Journey

    The 100-Year Journey

  • The program is currently restoring a 1987 Cushman taxi

    Changing Fortunes

  • Allard J2X

    Raised Hopes

  • Modern upgrades do little to tarnish nostalgia when it comes to the cars that were part of our pasts.

    Living in My Past

  • Set your wheels in motion

    Set your Wheels in Motion

  • 1984 Pontiac Fiero Indy Pace Car

    The Poster Dream Car

  • Tara Hurlin

    Spring 2016 Contributors

  • McKeel Hagerty

    Spring Forward

  • Racing Lines

    Racing Lines: A young lady’s quest for speed in a Mazdaspeed Miata