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Imagine a campground in the heart of Czech Republic – a place normally populated by a few families on a cheap holiday with their diesel Skoda, a tent or a caravan, and a beer.
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I can recall the first time I saw a first generation Camaro in the October 1966 Popular Science new car preview edition. The post Vintage AMC AMX PPG Indy Car World Series Pace Car Up For Sale appeared first on The Truth About Cars. When it was first introduced, what we know today as the Ferrari Dino was a bit of a conundrum. The post Will Auto Enthusiasts in 2053 See The Alfa Romeo 4C As This Generation’s Dino? The post Car Collector’s Corner: Survivor Car, Or Not appeared first on The Truth About Cars. You have decided to jump headfirst into the old car game, and you are anxious to pull the trigger on the process by buying a four-wheeled blast from the past. The post “It has Just One Small Rust Spot:” The old car decoder appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
I realized how far we have come off the tracks from that golden era of miles per hour when I had to cuff my over-30 nephew after he asked how many kilometers were on a large 1972 Chrysler Imperial. The post Dear Uncle Sam: We Used To Measure In Miles Per Hour As Well, Honest appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
One of the worst kept secrets in show business is actor Tim Allen’s legendary love of cars, an affliction that has almost reached Jay Leno proportions. The post Home Improvement’s Patricia Richardson Talks About Cars appeared first on The Truth About Cars.


In 1980, Chrysler was headed into the financial whitewater rapids of a 2-year recession, paddling a leaky canoe full of weak sales. The post Car Collector’s Corner: 1980 Plymouth Roadrunner One Owner T-top Beeper appeared first on The Truth About Cars. The post Car Collector’s Corner: This WWII Willy’s Jeep Is a Documented D-Day Survivor appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
The post Car Collector’s Corner: Hidden Treasure – A Great Classic Car Museum At An Undisclosed Location appeared first on The Truth About Cars. The post Car Collector’s Corner: The World’s Nicest Survivor 1974 Dodge Van appeared first on The Truth About Cars. Years ago, Tim Sinclair married Sherry Swainson, and they lived happily ever after except for one issue. The post Car Collector’s Corner: Hatfields and McCoys 2012 – A Chevy Guy brings a 1956 Chevrolet into a Mopar Family appeared first on The Truth About Cars. The post Car Collector’s Corner, Memorial Day Edition: 1952 Ford Jeep M-38 Korean War Vet appeared first on The Truth About Cars. When you see an immaculate 1974 Valiant four door sedan at a car show, one thing is very clear: There is a story behind this car. The post Car Collector’s Corner:1974 Valiant Brougham With A Long Family History Gets A New Lease On Life appeared first on The Truth About Cars. 1963 Chevrolet Viking 60 cabover trucks are not vehicles that you’ll see in everyday 21st Century life. The post Car Collector’s Corner: 1963 Chevrolet Viking 60 Cabover – A Milk Truck That Became A Farm Hand appeared first on The Truth About Cars. The Dodge Motor Home was one of Chrysler’s best-kept secrets but it did get quite a reputation for reliability and function.
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If you want to see a 1910 Franklin up-close and personal, you would usually have to look in a museum.


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The post Car Collector’s Corner: Shriners 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air 18 Passenger Limousine appeared first on The Truth About Cars. The 1967 Camaro was the star attraction when it debuted in the fall of 1966 and it gave the General an instant classic in the pony car battle. It means that a vehicle has come through the years with all of the originality that made it highly desirable in car guy world.
Sure, its impact has been diminished by its new fad-like use as a term for everything from mild irritation to medium discontent, but I am still old school about the term.
Their products weren’t moving, and the survival life raft full of government loans was a year away. The ultimate dream for collectors is finding and purchasing a documented low mileage 427 Vette. Few people would restore one of these dependable Mopar compacts from the 70s unless there was a good reason. He was a professional football player with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. If I hate something, I really hate something in that full-on way that respects the power of the emotion.
You can do a ground up restoration, but a 1967 427 435-horse Sting Ray is original only once. Ford built the Jeep M-38 under contract for the Canadian military; its relatively low numbers make this military machine a fairly rare piece of military history.



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