donderdag 19 maart 2020

Hemmings Daily: Hemmings Find of the Day: 1975 Ford Granada

Hemmings Find of the Day: 1975 Ford Granada
Documented 351-powered 1975 Ford Granada for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller's description: Indoor storage 25 years in Central Florida. Factory: 351W, auto, p/s, p/w, pdb, Bucket seats and floor shifter. All stock. New base/clear finish, tires, complete brake and fuel systems. Have Deluxe Marti Report. New carb and dual exhaust but have originals too. […]
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The once-buried Cord 810 that continues to live on
To the casual observer this pile of rusted metal is just that – a pile of rusted, crumpled, useless metal. But it's more than that. Believe it or not, it's the body of a 1935 Cord 810 Rumble Seat Convertible Coupe. And an early pre-production model at that. Now that's a rare car, or at […]
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Six reasons to revere the 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix
The Grand Prix entered the personal/luxury/performance car market for 1962 and the 1966 model continued to deliver contemporary styling, powerful and smooth-running V-8 engines, an upscale driving experience, and a broad range of options for individualization. Here are my top six rationales for admiring the 1966 GP. 1. Styling for Status The new-for-1965 "Venturi" body […]
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Pittsburgh, 1971
Date: July 1971 Location: Grant Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Source: Robert G. Pflaum, via Historic Pittsburgh What do you see here?
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Return of the $5,000 Challenge: What we could see ourselves tinkering on during self-isolation
It's either the coming of spring in New England or the mounting stir-craziness we're feeling due to social distancing that has the Hemmings staff swapping back and forth inexpensive rides on the Hemmings.com classifieds. So it's as good a time as any to resurrect the $5,000 Challenge, just with input from multiple Hemmings editors. Rules […]
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Hemmings Find of the Day: 1954 Packard Henny Junior Ambulance
It's a 1954 Packard Henny Junior Ambulance for sale on Hemmings.com. What's that? The seller's description offers a good explanation (and click through to the ad for all 100 photos): So first off, what is it? In 1953 and 1954, Packard, in collaboration with Henney, offered what they called the "Junior", a smaller, more budget-friendly […]
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Corvair Vindication Day aims to set the record straight with Ralph Nader's tort museum
While it would appear that Ralph Nader and the Corvair community have mended fences over the last several years – he appeared on stage at his Automotive Hall of Fame induction ceremony with a 1960 Corvair, after all, and Nader's been known to attend Corvair events – at least one Corvair enthusiast sees a few […]
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