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  • Lincoln Continental

    Creating the Lincoln Continental MK ll

    Creating the Lincoln Continental MK II The original Lincoln Continental was built in 1939 to be Edsel Ford’s personal car, and was never intended for production. The car became an instant classic, however, and 5322 Continentals were built until manufacturing ceased in 1948. Even after production stopped, the Continental’s popularity and demand remained strong, with […] More
  • Lincoln Continental Mark II

    Creating the Lincoln Continental Mark II – Part 2

    Creating the Lincoln Continental Mark II – Part 2 In 1956, after 4 years from concept to completion, Ford introduced the luxurious Lincoln Continental Mark II. Priced at $10,000, it was one of the world’s most expensive cars. This was what the the biggest celebrities of the day drove, including Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and […] More
  • 100 Years of Hudson Motor Cars

    100 Years of Hudson Motor Cars

    100 Years of Hudson Motor Cars This video, features cars from 1948 and newer from the 2009 Centennial Meet held in Pontiac, Michigan. The event was put on by the Hudson-Essex-Terraplane Club, Inc.,an organization dedicated to preserving the products of the Hudson Motor Car Company. Hudsons were produced from 1909-1954 and then on May 1, […] More
  • 1930 Packard 740 Convertible Coupe

    1930 Packard 740 Convertible Coupe

    1930 Packard 740 Convertible Coupe As the iconic Packard slogan says, “Ask The Man That Owns One”. If you don’t know anyone who owns a Packard, try asking Michael Bergren from the LeMay Museum located in Lakewood, Colorado. In this video presentation, Michael tells Lance Lambert, host of television’s “Vintage Vehicle Show”, all about this […] More
  • Bad Ass Lincoln

    How to Create a Bad Ass Lincoln

    Remember the song “Hot Rod Lincoln“? Well, the folks at Divers Street Rods have taken that to a whole new level. Starting with one of the most iconic luxury cars of the ’60s, a 1966 Lincoln Continental, they added a supercharged, 662 hp, 5.8 liter Trinity V-8 engine from arguably the most powerful Mustang ever […] More
  • hot rods classic cars

    Killer Classics – Hot Rods and Custom Cars You’ll Love

    If you’re a hot-rod or custom car enthusiast, this amazing collection of killer classics will blow you away! A lot of effort and hard work went into the awesome cars shown here, and it shows! These cars rock! Classic Cars, Antique Cars, Vintage Cars & Muscle Cars for Sale from Rob Cook More
  • 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout

    1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout

    1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout Powered by a 298 CID L-Head inline 4-cylinder engine with a four-speed gearbox, this 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout produced 72 HP at 2,000 rpm. Known for exceptional performance, Mercers were designed to go from the showroom floor directly to the race track without any modifications, and this Raceabout was […] More
  • 1955 Chevrolet Nomad

    Classic American Station Wagons

    Classic American Station Wagons The station wagon is not only an American classic, but the ultimate family car as well. Their unique styling, utility and drivability is unmatched. To this day, station wagons are still popular with classic car enthusiasts and collectors alike. You may or may not be familiar with all of the cars […] More
  • 1963 Ford Country Squire Wagon

    1963 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon

    1963 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon This 1963 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon is part of the 4th generation of full-size station wagons built by Ford. Sold by Ford for 41 years, from 1950 to 1991, the Country Squire was Ford’s third longest-used car nameplate, behind the Thunderbird and Mustang nameplates. Although the Country Squire […] More
  • 1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan

    1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan

    1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan The 1934 Chevrolet Master (Series DA) replaced the 1933 Eagle series. The wheelbase was increased to 112 inches, 5 inches longer than the lower priced Chevrolet Standard Six (Series DC). It was powered by an upgraded version of the “Stovebolt Six”, a 206 cubic inch six-cylinder engine that produced […] More
  • 1931 Detroit Electric Model 97 Brougham

    Electric and Steam Cars – Alternative Power Classics

    Electric and Steam Cars – Alternative Power Classics While electric and steam cars date back to the 1800’s, by the early 1900s there was a lot of competition between steam, electric and gasoline powered cars. Eventually, as the internal combustion engine rapidly developed, both electric and steam cars fell out of favor with the buying […] More
  • 1928 Hupmobile Model E-4 Series Sedan

    Classic Cars of the Roaring ’20s

    Classic Cars of the Roaring ’20s The classic cars of the roaring ’20s featured many of the innovations that we think are new today, like electric powered cars, four wheel drive, front wheel drive, and even hybrid fuel/electric cars. These automotive innovations were in fact all introduced in the 1920’s. You may not be familiar […] More
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