1928 two passenger Landau Coupe with older complete restoration. The interior is still very nice with no tears, rips or staining. The wood flooring is still very solid along with the wood doors and cab framing. As for the drivetrain, engine and transmission was rebuilt and electrical system converted to 12 volt alternator. The Landau top still looks new and the exterior paint finish is very good with just a few age marks here and there. The all-metal body is straight with the doors and trunk lid fitting and functioning properly. This 1928 Chevrolet is a very stand-up, presentable car where you would be happy driving it to church, the drive-in diner or your local cruise night!
The Pick of the Day was built to drive to Hot August Nights, the annual custom car celebration in Reno, Nevada, and it looks like it still would turn heads there, or anywhere else for that matter. The car is a customized 1941 Mercury coupe being offered for sale on ClassicCars.com by its private owner […]
A week ago, the Pick of the Day was a striking 1949 Mercury old-school custom done in the “lead-sled” style.
The 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in August spotlighted a special class of some of the most emblematic of classic street rods.
The 60th anniversary of the fatal crash of Hollywood icon James Dean was September 30, which passed without all that much hoopla.
Great Bikes and Bad Business: A Brief History of Norton Motorcycles is one of the latest YouTube entries from On Yer Bike, a British motorcycle video producer. This episode focuses on Norton, among the greatest motorcycle brands from the U.K., and as the title says, the great bikes it produced as well as the many […]
Pierce-Arrow was one of the greatest luxury brands from its start in 1901 until its demise in 1938, building a succession of advanced automobiles of all kinds, as well as trucks, buses, boats and motorcycles of the highest order. The Buffalo, New York, automaker was in its heyday when it produced the Pick of the […]
The British Concours, aka England’s Concours of Elegance, scheduled for September 6 at Hampton Court, will feature a new “Junior Concours” for half-scale petrol, pedal and electric-powered children’s cars. Led by The Little Car company’s Bugatti Baby II, the entrants, in children’s racing overall, will drive their vehicles onto a stage for judging, concours officials […]
Calling it “the nation’s first big car event of the year,” Carlisle Events reports that more than 2,200 vehicles were present for the annual Chrysler Nationals car show July 10-12 at the Pennsylvania fairground layout. Activities began on Thursday evening when the Mopar Rebellion Car Club hosted a kick-off party at the Carlisle Expo Center, […]
With 700 horsepower channeled to the rear wheels in a vehicle that weighs a tick over 3,000 pounds, it’s safe to say that Porsche’s modern 935 would be one of the most frightening cars in the automaker’s current lineup to drive in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. If there’s anyone with even the slightest chance of […]
As part of the unveiling of the new and sixth-generation Ford Broncos, the automaker has prepared an infographic that shares the history of the vehicles, dating to the original Ford-built World War II General Purpose military vehicle, or “GP.” Ford launched its civilian version in 1966 but ended production after five generations of Broncos in […]