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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1929 Ford Model A The Famous “555″ Triple Nickel

Love this “29”

The first car to win a race at Lions Drag Strip and reportedly the first dragster to run a small-block Chevrolet V-8, the Mike Waters and Dean Murray-built Triple Nickel – this… 116 more words

1929

One-off Buick Blackhawk show car has the spirit of the Buick Y Job

As you can see from my previous post on Harley Earl, and in particular the Y-Job concept, this article in Hemmings by Daniel Strohl caught my eye, it really does have the spirit pf the Y-Job

Hemmings Motor News

How much do you know about antifreeze?

Although ethylene glycol has been around since the 1850s, it was not considered for use as an automotive coolant until World War I when it was used in military vehicles to prevent radiators from icing up overnight. 1,388 more words

Hemmings Motor News

Vintage rides motor down River Street


SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – It was a nice day for a drive. You may have heard some old sounding car horns if you were on River Street. 111 more words

Local News

May this NOT happen to you

When I was researching buying a classic car, I believed the following:

A vehicle advertised on a reputable classic car Web site means that the dealer/advertiser is reputable. 1,595 more words

Classic Car

Hemmings Motor News SPICA Article

We’re happy to announce that Wes is quoted in an article he says is (in his nearly 30 years experience) “the best ever written in the aftermarket” about Alfa Romeo SPICA technology. 86 more words

Alfa Romeo