The Shelby Mustang Green Hornet

The Shelby Mustang Green Hornet

It’s well known that Shelby Mustangs were produced in Fastbacks and Convertibles.  However, it isn’t as common knowledge that a limited number of 1968 coupes also received makeovers, with distinctive Shelby body parts. These Coupes, called the...

Restaurants to Try First on Sanibel-Captiva Islands

White sandy beaches, lots of palm trees, and warm ocean breezes understandably make Sanibel and its sister island, Captiva, popular vacation spots for beachgoers of all ages. Located off the gulf coast of central Florida, near Fort Myers, these islands bring...
The Ford Mustang – An American Icon Turns 50

The Ford Mustang – An American Icon Turns 50

Fifty years ago, one of the greatest success stories of the Blue Oval brand rolled off the assembly line. The Ford Mustang, which was the right car at the right time, was the beginning of a whole new breed of vehicles – the Pony Car. Now a half century later,...
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...
1954 Tourliner Chevy COE

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...