LOST STARS-THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY: A 1970 1/2 CAMARO IS STILL MISSED BY ITS FORMER OWNER
Dave Allen has always been the kind of guy who really likes to get there in a hurry.
These days he satisfies his need for speed on water more than land because he has taken up the jet boat hobby.
However, Dave has a fast past history on land during a time when he built and owned a 1970 ½ Camaro Z-28.
MARCH 2014:1957 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4-DOOR SEDAN-COPING WITH ALL SEASONS IN OLD IRON
Chris Wramage is an old-school car guy. He lives and breathes old iron and he truly believes cars belong on the road-not in trailers or museums.
He's in the process of building a '57 Plymouth 2-door hardtop but he needed something to to help him cope with the lack of time behind the wheel.
The solution was pretty obvious.
APRIL 2014:YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS CAR TO BELIEVE IT: AN OUT OF THIS WORLD CUSTOM JOB
The biggest problem with this custom 1953 Monarch is the big crowd around it at every show.
Owner Dan Hawkins is used to the attention and is considerate enough to park about 5 feet away from his neighbors at car shows because he does not want their cars damaged by people looking at his car.
In fact, Dan likes to step back from his incredible custom car and just listen to the reaction of onlookers.
APRIL 2014: 1967 FORD GALAXIE 4-DOOR HARDTOP-FULL-SIZED 60S MAGIC
Big Ford sedans were extremely common in the 1960s. You saw them on the road as police cars and taxis but most often they were full of kids because they were family cars.
Baby boomers grew up in the back seat of these large Ford Galaxies.
This particular 1967 Ford Galaxie is a time capsule back to a pre-minivan era when vehicles like this fulfilled many roles.
APRIL 2014: 1934 FORD-THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE TO THE MOMENT MOM AND DAD MET
There is little debate over what name was the most significant in the history of hot rods in the 20s and 30s.
Ford dominated the field by sheer numbers and the appeal of affordable V-8 power so the 1934 Ford was one of many extremely popular platforms for performance on a budget.
Lance Williams was motivated to build a '34 Ford for a different reason.
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