SEPTEMBER 2014: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN RADIO STATIONS GET SUED? . . . SOMEBODY GETS A WOODY
The rule is pretty simple: when you spot a 1949 Ford Woody wagon at a car show, you move mountains to find the owner.
Actually, you just need patience and some help from car guys parked near the Woody owner to point out the guy at the earliest possible opportunity.
It took about 3 hours to finally track down the owner of the beautiful 1949 Woody resto-mod and it was well worth the effort.
SEPTEMBER 2014: A NON-FACTORY VISION FOR A 1960 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE CONVERTIBLE
Jeff Rallison is a huge fan of the Exner era Mopars.
He's worked on a fleet of these finned beauties over the years and he's always had a personal vision for these cars that extends into the finished version.
Jeff is also a 'dare to be different guy' and clearly that attitude came through in his 1960 Plymouth Belvedere convertible.
SEPTEMBER 2014: 1987 BUICK GNX – WHO KNEW THE 80S WERE THAT INTERESTING?
The 1980s were not known for anything close to the cutting edge of interesting.
Music was a bland mass of electronic/synthetic noise, TV was a disaster and cars had taken a lukewarm veer in an uninspired direction.
Despite the odds, there was a wolf in sheep's clothing back in the 80s and it was called the Buick GNX.
SEPTEMBER 2014: 1961 CHRYSLER WINDSOR – SOME GOOD THINGS COME OUT OF DIVORCE
The 1961 Chryslers represented the last of the fin era at Chrysler.
Many owners call them Batmobiles for obvious reasons but fin car purists view these cars as a farewell to legendary designer Virgil Exner.
Ex is a god to the Forward Look guys for obvious reasons, so if the '61 Chrysler represented his swan song in fin cars, he left them wanting more.
This '61 Chrysler Windsor represented a swan song for a different reason.
SEPTEMBER 2014: 1972 FORD CONVERTIBLE – OVER 40 YEARS AND STILL SURVIVING
Full-sized convertibles from the 1970s had a high casualty rate for many reasons.
Many of them were built during a recession and that is lethal to quality standards.
Another reason is the smog-era stigma attached to most 70s iron if it doesn't have Cuda or GTO on the name plate.
Despite the odds, this '72 Ford convertible easily survived the sensational 70s.
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