Within a couple short years of launching their 88, Oldsmobile knew they had a winner on their hands. The model hit showrooms in 1949 and featured a lightweight body pared with a highly potent V8 engine,
When Jimmy Reaney straps into his 1958 Chrysler Imperial Crown convertible, it’s reminiscent of a very familiar setting. Design cues for his drop top mimic the F-16s and F4 Phantoms the retired Air Force pilot
Burt Richmond confesses his 1961 Autobianchi Bianchina Transformable, despite its pint-size dimensions, is tremendously huge on fun. “My wife and I experience more ‘smiles per mile’ than most other cars we see,” the Chicago resident said. “Perhaps it is the ultimate clown car.”
As a fourth-generation funeral director, it’s only natural that Doug Ahlgrim, along with his wife Sandy, would be readily open to purchasing something as otherworldly as a stately 1958 Cadillac Series 86 hearse.
Old barns have long proved to be reliable locations for auto enthusiasts looking to find their next project vehicle. Few things are as exciting as walking across a farmyard, swinging open a massive door and discovering a dusty relic