Dodge

1973 Dodge Challenger

Around since 1970, the Challenger was Dodge’s answer to Chevrolet’s Camaro and Pontiac’s Firebird and shared the Chrysler E-body with the Plymouth Barracuda. For 1973, not much had changed …
Ford

1957 Ford Country Squire

The Country Squire “Woody” was Ford’s top-priced station wagon for 1957 offering a plusher trim and appointments equivalent to that of the Fairlane 500 (station wagons sat in their …
Lincoln

1956 Lincoln Premiere

It was brand new for 1956 and helped increase Lincoln sales by nearly 85 percent from the previous year, the Premiere had arrived! The Premiere didn’t replace the Capri …
Plymouth

1954 Plymouth Belvedere

Having been used to describe the pillarless hardtop, the Belvedere name was now being used as a series name in it’s own right, replacing the Cranbrook as Plymouth’s top-of-the-line …
Ford

1959 Ford Country Sedan

If you love 1950s station wagons then you are probably going to love this 1959 Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon that’s done just 90,000 miles in its lifetime. This …
Ford

1954 Ford Crestline Sunliner

This 1954 Ford Crestline Sunliner is a very special convertible.  Ford made 1500 demonstrator cars for dealers that had a Plexiglass window in the hood for showroom viewing. It …
Buick

1964 Buick Electra 225

Buick’s full-size luxury car, the “Deuce and a Quarter“, was now in its sixth year. There were just minor changes for what would be the last of the slab-sided …