After WWII GIs returned from England with a love of British sports car and many of them were imported into the USA. These cars still have a loyal following and a proud owner of a fine example of early British sports car is Trenton resident John Gervasi with his 1952 MG TD Mark II. The […]
People have spent countless hours and money looking for their first car. Mike Busen of Busen’s Appliance in Lincoln Park is one of the very few who doesn’t have to do that. As he still has the first car he ever owned as a kid of 16, a 1939 Desoto. “My father knew that the […]
Often times when people decide to buy a classic car they purchase a vehicle that they had earlier in their life. Such a person is Southgate resident Frank Miruzzi a proud owner of a 1965 Pontiac 2+2 convertible. “When I was younger I had a 1963, 9965 and 1967 Pontiac, said Miruzzi. I went to […]
Dave and I went to the Autorama yesterday and took some pictures (with a real cameras) that I'll post the later on our website. While we download and sort those out, here is some crappy cell phone pics. ZTE, your camera function stinks!!!
The first car is called the "Trifecta", a Mustang with three blowers. Number two, a beautiful Nomad. Number three, I think I'm in love with this Jeep. Number four, how about the wind in hair with this roadster. Number five, you can't beat a 396 Chevelle. Number six, while we're on the subject of 396's. Number seven, for us AMC fans. Number eight, a dirt track car turned street legal. It goes by the name "Tarantula." Number nine, like Harleys and street rods? Number ten, a beautiful Dodge Ramcharger. This one goes to eleven, a 1967 GTO. Number twelve, right behind the Ramcharger was this perfect example of Ford muscle, a 1969 Mach 1. Lucky thirteen, another one for us 4X4 lovers, a 1979 International Scout II. Number Fourteen, it's the wood that makes it good. A 1937 Pontiac Woody wagon Number fifteen, It's gasser time with a 1940 Chevy two door. Sweet sixteen, A 1969 Bronco, even the pics we took with the real camera couldn't do it justice. Number seventeen, a flawless 1972 De Tomaso Pantera.
Last but not least, number 18 and 19, you should have known I'd have to throw in a couple more Jeeps in the mix. Joe ... See MoreSee Less