Saturday, June 04, 2022
learning something new every day about cars... exhibit A: the Ford Frontenac
one year only, 1960 Canadian Falcon, in 1961 it became the Comet
well, damn. I didn't know I wanted to find an aluminum (they existed? !) milk truck to make into a gourmet food (breakfast burritos and omelets, that's my thing) truck until now
FYI, Mercury Aircraft made aluminum busses http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2018/08/a-super-rare-mercury-aircraft-all.html
I sure don't know what this means
I think there is no reason for me to even guess. I don't have a motorcycle, and haven't even been for a ride in a side car, which must be pretty cool
early version of a snow plow for the streets near the railroad tracks in Detroit. Year unknown
someone knew where to dig, and what to dig for, and pulled a WW2 amphib troop landing craft (LVT Buffalo) out of the ground, 30 feet deep. And it's in really good condition
motorists in Keystone Grease truck no. 58 on Young's Pier at Atlantic City, New Jersey during the 1910 North American Run.
you probably remember that Chevrolet produced the Task Force Series of trucks from 1955 until 1959. But, did you know
GM used to make quite a variety of vehicles, and this is the only time I can think I've seen the Sprint in advertising
Max and Morris Grabowsky founded Grabowsky Motor Company in Michigan in 1900. the changed the name several times, to Grabowsky Power Wagon Company, then Rapid Motor Vehicle Company.
I asked what the hell this is, and Some Guy answered in the comments, with a 1974 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station wagon with a 455.
I'm certain I haven't seen one until now.
Not good looking, BUT, probably would be invited to any car show for it's rarity!
https://vanderbrinkauction.proxibid.com/Amazing-1974-Pontiac-Catalina-Safari-Station-wagon/lotInformation/69622634 states that it only has 26k miles, was a one owner, and always garaged
I'll even go as far as to say it's ugly. Or, if that's too much, maybe you'll agree it's not "classically handsome"
another collector died, and his 90 Pontiacs are going to be auctioned off next month. If you have always wanted a GTO Judge, here's your chance to buy one, or two
a Jaguar XK120 piloted by Al Keller won a NASCAR race back in 1954