1.8 Liter 4-Cylinder, 4-Speed. Reliable and runs great. Smog exempt. Excellent body and paint, excellent interior. Good rubber. Mileage reads 32K. California vehicle with no rust. VIN-124CS10096679.
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RM Sotheby’s has added another Online Only auction to its summer calendar, with Open Roads, North America going up for bidding July 23-30 with about 80 collector cars from which to choose. “The Open Roads, North America auction lineup spans the collector car market, ranging from American Classics to modern sports and supercars, with early […]
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Everything has to start somewhere, and that includes your first time driving on a race track. Most of us have seen videos of inexperienced drivers cracking up their cars on a track, be it on the famed Nurburgring in Germany or some local road course. It’s ugly and nobody wants to be that guy or […]
Here at the Journal, we strive to bring you the world of collector cars with engaging content, humor, and most of all, expertise. If it’s on four (and sometimes two or even three) wheels, we are attracted and probably know something about it, as we have “been there, done that.” Our editorial staff has a […]
When I would introduce Dicken Wear to people, I would say, “You know ‘the most interesting man in the world’ (from the Dos Equis commercials)? He’s got nothing on this man. Meet Dicken.” Dicken may have been one of the most influential characters in motorsports and the automobile business that you never heard of. Some […]
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Acres of fine European automobiles reduced to rust, rot and twisted metal, piled high on each other in a massive wrecking yard, is the subject of a new photography book named, appropriately, Junkyard. Perished Porsches, mangled Mercedes-Benzes, BMWs, Bentleys, Aston Martins, Maseratis and other esteemed cars in various states of battered decay fill the pages […]
Although it technically is a trade show closed to the public, the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is perhaps the nation’s largest annual car show, featuring thousands of exhibitors and around 120,000 people who have come to see and to buy and sell the latest in automotive aftermarket equipment and a couple thousand vehicles […]
Most pickup trucks follow a familiar template: engine in the front, bed in the back. That isn’t the case with this 1961 Chevrolet Corvair pickup, featured on a recent episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage.” This truck is one of several variants of the rear-engine, air-cooled Corvair, conceived by General Motors to meet growing demand for smaller, […]