Articles (2017 – Present)

In Search of the Last Hemi

In Search of the Last Hemi

The Mopar HEMI is arguably the most recognized engine of the muscle car era. However, its roots go back to WWII, when Chrysler engineers worked to develop more powerful engines for fighter aircraft. Following the war, the hemispherical head technology developed for...

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Hershey AACA Museum Showcases a Trio of Tuckers

Hershey AACA Museum Showcases a Trio of Tuckers

There's always excitement in the air when there's a Tucker 48 in the house, whether it's for sale or for show. However, when three Tuckers are in the building at one time, it is like winning the lottery. That's how we felt when, at against all odds, we saw a trio of...

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1954 Tourliner Chevy COE

1954 Tourliner Chevy COE

Russ Moen of Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada discovered the perfect method of getting his vehicle to classic car events across the country. Instead of rolling his classic onto a RV-attached trailer, he decided to keep it simple.  He made a one-of-a kind classic...

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Memorabilia Sale at Bruce Weiner’s Microcar Museum

Memorabilia Sale at Bruce Weiner’s Microcar Museum

For two decades, businessman Bruce Wiener purchased microcars that were produced in the '50s and '60s. Traveling to many places around the world, his collection grew to over 300 vehicles and became the largest group ever assembled. To display his discoveries, he built...

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Microcar Bonanza: The Biggest Sale of the Tiniest Cars

Microcar Bonanza: The Biggest Sale of the Tiniest Cars

Years before either Mini Coopers or Smart cars came on the scene, European car companies, who were recovering from the devastation of World War II, built a generation of microcars. These very small cars provided an alternative mode of transportation, to a country...

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