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Let's assume that you are not Jay Leno, therefore you probably do not have a giant mountain of disposable income to throw at a...
Dog-dish hub caps were never meant to be anything but decoration for low-end car models. Most of the time dog-dish or poverty caps were something...
WORD CUP 2016
PAOLI, Pa. (February 19th, 2019) – In this episode of AmericanTrucks’ (AT) “The Haul” YouTube...
Here's another slightly altered classic Christmas song for Car Guys and Car Girls...from a few...
WRC Rally Cup
British songstress Petula Clark hit the top of the charts in the mid-60s with her...
Dave Weidner is a devoted car guy who is also a devoted...
Ford of Canada was a Canadian-only car company right up to the 1965 Auto Pact that tore down the economic wall for cross-border automotive...
In 1965, a Lincoln Continental was the mark of success. Lincoln ownership practically screamed you’ve made it baby-enjoy the ride. 'Sized mattered in 1965 and a...
The car show season is long over in the northern latitudes but that doesn’t mean you can’t...
One of the worst offenses that you can commit at a car show is any form of physical contact with the...
The basic tenets behind a news story are “Who, What, Where, When, Why and How?” These questions can also be applied to the vintage vehicle...
A 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe links two generations in one family. Current owner Sharon Barefoot loves her car because it reminds her of her uncle...
New vehicles are engineering marvels. Most of them make the USS Enterprise of Star Trek fame look like a covered wagon. I took a long...
One of the true pleasures for a car kid from the 1960s were the monthly car magazines that came our way, usually via our father’s subscriptions.
Car guys owe a huge debt of gratitude to a man named Ed “Big Daddy” Roth because he brought kids into the car hobby like Santa Claus brought kids into Christmas.
The electric car gets more press than 100 Hollywood celebrities combined, because it’s the future of the automotive industry – according to the media. I’ll reserve judgement...
‘Science & Mechanics’ magazine was always a distant Door Number 3 for young car guys like me back in the day. The monthly periodical did not concentrate...
The bumper car era is fondly known as the dark ages for cars because heavy-handed lawmakers handed carmakers a lit stick of dynamite in the early 70s. These...
There are a few movies that put a rare spotlight on the backup musicians and singers who accompanied the stars on stage and in the studio.
MyStarCollectorCar has never made a secret of the fact we have some difficulty identifying pre-war classics. However, every car guy on the planet would not be...
A buddy of mine recently sold a ’65 Impala and he took the time to post another ad with “sold” in the title. He’s well-respected in the car...
MyStarCollectorCar rarely gives specific clues to the “What’s It?” Wednesday puzzle, but one thing is certain – this is not a Model T. This back-end clue drives that...