THERE IS STILL A LOT TO LOVE ABOUT THE DAYTONA 500
The Great American Race will unveil its 54th version of the Daytona 500 this weekend.
Maybe the track cars no longer follow the "win on Sunday-sell on Monday" mantra of the past, but the Daytona 500 is still one of the very big events on the annual sports calendar.
Think Kentucky Derby with horsepower instead of horses.
LET'S SHOW A LITTLE LOVE FOR THE UNDERLOVED 1954 CHEVROLET
The 1954 Chevrolet had a classic case of Curly (Three Stooges) Howard syndrome because it was also a victim of circumstances.
The '54 Chevy was the last of the retooled models that changed the post-war appearances of this iconic brand from the General.
FEBRUARY 2012 STAR TRUCKIN': A 1960 STUDEBAKER CHAMP COMPROMISE TRUCK
Trevor Pawloske is a big fan of the late great Studebaker brand.
In fact this 1960 Studebaker Champ is one of several from Trevor's collection of project and donor Studies.
A PERIOD CORRECT IMPERIAL ESSO GAS STATION-THE PERFECT TIME MACHINE FOR A CAR GUY
The retro-gas station look is a common theme in many garages, museums and private shops.
Car guys are drawn to old gas pumps and vintage oil company signs like politicians to tax money.
The reason is pretty basic-the corner gas station was the kingpin of every neighborhood.
- FEBRUARY 2012 COURTING AND WEDDING CARS-1956 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF 4 DOOR HARDTOP
- HOW I ALMOST MET THE LEGENDARY CHIP FOOSE AT A WORLD OF WHEELS SHOW
- FEB 2012 COURTIN' AND WEDDIN' CARS-64 FORD CONVERTIBLE-A FAMILY MEMBER'S WEDDING CAR
- FEB 2012: 1966 DODGE TRAVCO MOTORHOME BECOMES A GIANT CANVAS FOR ITS ARTIST OWNER
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