The Pick of the Day was a front-wheel-drive landmark of the 1960s
The Pick of the Day was groundbreaking at the time and still commands a strong presence
Following solid sales and critical success for the Buick Riviera, General Motors came out with a groundbreaking design for its next “personal-luxury” car.
I worked at Clark Oldsmobile in West Palm Beach, Florida, right after graduating high school in 1978. This (formerly) beautiful but still rare and unusual Oldsmobile Toronado came in for service and oil changes.
For the 1966 model year, Oldsmobile rolled out a relatively revolutionary car — a full-size car pulled around by its front wheels rather than pushed around by those at the rear.
Who would have thought, nearly 70 years later, we would not be watching F1? Yet here we are, the 2020 season on hold. Once upon a time, the Monza Autodrome, with its long straights, multiple-apex corners and high banking was the fastest road circuit on the planet. Since then, two significant chicanes were installed at […]
This 1937 Plymouth 2-door Sedan does look suitable for anyone’s burgeoning car collection or simply as a perfect weekend cruiser.
The Pick of the Day is a 20-year-old Polar White drop-top 2000 Mercedes-Benz SL500 with only 73,000 original miles. The car retailed when new for an MSRP well into the $80k range, but it’s being offered on ClassicCars.com by a dealership in Fort Worth, Texas, for just $13,900. The iconic “R129” chassis SL marked the […]
Briggs & Stratton is best known for making lawnmower engines, but the company has experimented with cars. One of those cars was recently featured on “Jay Leno’s Garage.” Decades ago, Briggs & Stratton built a one-off, six-wheeled hybrid. Work on the car began in 1978 and was completed in 1980—long before hybrid powertrains became mainstream. […]