MSCC JULY 7 STAR OF THE DAY:'58 STAR CHIEF— BENCH WARMER AFTER A LONG RUN AT THE TOP
MSCC JULY 7 STAR OF THE DAY: 1958 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF— BENCH WARMER AFTER A LONG RUN AT THE TOP
Pontiacs were always aimed at the mid-level buyer.
CEOs didn’t own Ponchos but assistant regional managers sure did because these cars lived in the sweet spot between Chevy and Olds in the GM stable.
Pontiacs had a performance side that topped off with the Bonneville and in ’58 the Star Chief slipped to number two in the Poncho lineup after a long run at the top.
JULY 2015: ’58 PLYMOUTH—FAMILY LEGACY IN THE TRUEST SENSE
Family legacy cars and trucks are the backbone of MSCC because the stories write themselves.
Family history is literally the best “story behind the car”.
This family legacy story begins and ends with a 1958 Plymouth.
JULY 2015: 1928 ESSEX TOW TRUCK—IT DOES EXIST THROUGH TALENT AND IMAGINATION
One of the constants in the automotive hobby is the intense scrutiny of the facts.
You simply cannot make an error because there are so many experts who can and will refute your details.
Nevertheless, there is a 1928 Essex tow truck despite what history says about its existence.
JULY 2015: ’57 CHEVY BELAIR CONVERTIBLE—IT CALLED HIS NAME DECADES AGO
If you own a ’57 Chevy Bel Air convertible you literally own an icon.
These cars are so popular their numbers have actually increased in the last 20 years thanks to reproduction bodies.
This one is the real deal so it’s 58 years old.
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