Jim has quite a fond family connection to Pontiac’s GTO. Let’s just say his story involves some new car envy, a double header baseball game and a Scooby-Doo Christmas ornament. It’s quite a tale and Matt Avery gets the whole scoop in this episode. Watch it below.
Mopars from the 1960s had a reputation for being big, bad, burly brutes straight from the factory but this 1968 Dodge Coronet 440 was taken one step further. The vehicle was purchased in 1969 from Kardon Motors in Vallejo, CA. The odometer showed 66,000 miles. The 440 V8 wasn’t quite enough for the lead-foot owner […]
Buicks have always had a reputation for being large, comfy cruisers packing plenty of panache and this 1968 Wildcat is no exception. During the 1960s, the Wildcat model was the Detroit brand’s midsize offering and was readily identifiable by its characteristic style line that swept from the headlights, down along the goes-on-for miles body and […]