MSCC DEC 17 STAR OF THE DAY: '58 PACKARD-THE END OF THE LINE NEVER COMES IN CUBA
MSCC DECEMBER 17 STAR OF THE DAY: '58 PACKARD-THE END OF THE LINE NEVER COMES IN CUBA
Packard was a top shelf car maker for decades because they built high-end cars for high-end people.
They survived because they built a car based on quality and innovation but by 1958, Packard was essentially gone.
They'd come under the Studebaker umbrella so the 1958 Packard was a re-skinned Stude but it still had a distinctive look that set it apart from the mother company.
DECEMBER 2014: A 44-YEAR-OLD RELATIONSHIP WITH A STYLISH LITTLE BRIT IS STILL GOING STRONG
Greg Halpen was a very young guy when he bought a 1961 Triumph TR4 in 1970.
He bought the car for 900 dollars and it became his daily driver for several years.
The reputation of British cars from a bygone era was pretty sketchy when it came to electrical and heating systems.
DECEMBER 2014: '63 TOPLESS DODGE PICKUP -- ONE OF A KIND TRUCK
Dodge trucks from the 1960s have a cult following thanks to the passage of time.
They were working machines fifty years ago so there was no glamour in a Dodge truck because they were built for the heavy load-not the country club.
Fifty years later they're still not seen at the country club but gearheads love these old Dodges.
DECEMBER 2014: A ONE OWNER 1967 CAMARO CONVERTIBLE HAS A WELL DOCUMENTED HISTORY
Wilson Loree was a young guy when he drove his Chevy Camaro RS convertible off the lot of his local GM dealership back in October 1967.
The car had been used as a demo at the dealership and Wilson was the first registered owner of the stylish pony car.
Wilson is still the registered owner of the Camaro 47 years after he bought the car.
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