JULY 2015: A 1966 OLDSMOBILE TORONADO COMES HOME FOR GOOD THIS TIME
One of the coolest cars to ever come out of the Sensational Sixties was the 1966 Olds Toronado.
The General invented the stylish name (Toronado) for their new car and they ran with an updated design on an older concept: front wheel drive.
Detroit had little interest in front wheel drive cars during the 60s.
JULY 2015: ’69 CAMARO—THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY STAY FACTORY
The 1969 Camaro should be added to Mt. Rushmore because it’s that much of a cultural icon.
These cars were popular right out of the showroom and 46 years later, they’re still a hot commodity.
Very few ’69 Camaros remain in stock form but the ones that do have a great story behind them.
JULY 2015: A 1965 RAMBLER MARLIN: THIS ONE IS A KEEPER FOR ITS OWNER
Herb Dueck has owned many cars over the years.
He loves them and then he leaves them for another car-sells one and buys another to be precise.
Herb has a soft spot for unusual rides and will search for something unique that will stand out in a crowd.
JULY 2015: A 1966 JAGUAR PROVES THE BRITISH INVASION OF THE 60S WAS NOT LIMITED TO MUSIC
There were not too many Jaguars in my town during my childhood.
One of our acreage neighbors owned a 50s-era sedan and one of our local surgeons owned an XKE.
I was fascinated by the XKE and indifferent to the Jag sedan, but I had a lot to learn about the Jaguar brand when I was a kid.
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: ’57 CHEVY BELAIR CONVERTIBLE—IT CALLED HIS NAME DECADES AGO
- JULY 2015: A 1947 MERCURY FINDS THE MIDDLE GROUND BETWEEN FORD AND LINCOLN
- JULY 2015: THE SECRET TO A GREAT RELATIONSHIP IS A 1940 PACKARD FOR THIS COUPLE
- JUNE 2015: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TURN A CONSERVATIVE 1982 CADDY INTO A WILD BEAST?
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