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MSCC OCTOBER 23 STAR OF THE DAY: '58 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE—PONCHO UNLEASHED

23-58 bonneville conv-001MSCC OCTOBER 23 STAR OF THE DAY: '58 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE—PONCHO UNLEASHED

Pontiac was door number two at GM because most people swung over to the bowtie people at Chevrolet for the mid-range cars.

Despite their lower production numbers, Ponchos had an intensely loyal following.

Read more: MSCC OCTOBER 23 STAR OF THE DAY: '58 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE—PONCHO UNLEASHED

 

OCTOBER 2014: 1927 MODEL T – HOW A CUMMINS DIESEL TOOK ITS GAME UP

27-imgp6911Model Ts were modestly powered machines built for the most basic functions on the road.

They were simple vehicles for simpler times because the early 20th century was a crossover period from horse and buggy days so the horsepower matched the era.

This 1927 Model T is a horse of a different color.

Read more: OCTOBER 2014: 1927 MODEL T – HOW A CUMMINS DIESEL TOOK ITS GAME UP

   

WE DON'T GET IT: WHY IS THERE SO LITTLE LOVE FOR ORIGINAL PRE-WAR CLASSICS?

old-imgp1463-001The dawn of the automobile was a game-changer back in the early 1900s.

Horses were jealous and people were curious, because these contraptions could go faster and farther than anything not riding on rails at the time.

Needless to say, the early cars were the object of considerable attention in the 19-ought period of history.

Read more: WE DON'T GET IT: WHY IS THERE SO LITTLE LOVE FOR ORIGINAL PRE-WAR CLASSICS?

 

OCTOBER 2014: JUST DON'T CALL IT A RAT ROD: THIS IS A '51 FORD LEAD SLED

51-imgp5149We met Joel Henry a few years ago shortly after he and his wife Dana moved east from their Lower Mainland home.

They have an ideal marriage because both love the old car culture, particularly the wild customs.

Joel owns a 1951 Ford lead sled that he and Dana put on the road in 2012 after a long storage period in a tattoo shop.

Read more: OCTOBER 2014: JUST DON'T CALL IT A RAT ROD: THIS IS A '51 FORD LEAD SLED

   

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