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This IHC started life with the County of Camrose, Alberta, Canada as a school bus back in the early 1940s. Those were the golden years...
Ron Bartlett is a guy who always liked the look of the early generation Ford Falcons. The logistics of his life in 1962 meant...
WORD CUP 2016
There was always a pecking order in yesteryear’s car models, a trend that is less...
DEARBORN, Mi. (March 6th, 2019) – AmericanTrucks’ (AT) Justin Dugan recently visited Dearborn, Michigan for...
WRC Rally Cup
There are some pretty good reasons not to love the fall season. Sure you have...
MAY 14th 2011 "STAR OF THE WEEK" AN UNBIASED CHOICE STAR OF THE WEEK This Dart was...
MSCC MARCH 9 STAR OF THE WEEK: END THE WEEKEND WITH A GUESSING GAME Clearly this car is light years away from factory stock....
MARCH 2020: 1959 METEOR MONTCALM RIDEAU 500 TWO-DOOR HARDTOP—CANADA’S 2-BADGED ANSWER TO THE FORD...
They built similar (but different) vehicles north of the border and that reality presents a mystery when Americans see these oddly-badged models. Fargo trucks, Mercury...
Sebastian Oana is not a typical owner of a car from the Eisenhower administration and a 1958 Olds Super 88 definitely falls into that...
AUGUST 2012 FALLEN STARS – WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF A FALLEN STAR? There's a question that surfaces about the Fallen Star section at...
1973 was an intrusive year for Detroit. 'This was the first year for new government legislation that required North American cars to have impact-resistant...
Fargo trucks are typically associated with the Canadian pickup truck market where they were sold through Chrysler of Canada’s Plymouth dealerships from 1936 to...
One of the rarest automobiles on the planet is the 1964-65 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe. These cars were designed as a Ferrari killer and fatally bit the Italian motoring legend right where it hurt...
There was a bygone era when cars had incredible hood ornaments that could easily qualify as automotive art. That era was the 1930s and the cars were typically high-end models like Cadillacs and Cords,...
There have been generous acknowledgements of summer flings in popular music, movies, and best-selling novels over the years. A summer fling is any hot and heavy romantic encounter that takes place during the summer...
This first “What’s It?” Wednesday clue is a typical front-end shot with half the grille and a headlight exposed. The second one is one you rarely see—the roofline and quarter panel—this is a tougher puzzle,...
That is no typo on the 1300 model number for this 1956 Chevy pickup because it was designated as a 1300 in Canada, whereas it was a 3100 model in the United States....
There was a recent auction where a TV car guy sold off his collection of cars because he was getting out of the business--so there was a lot of buzz in the old car...
We’ve all heard about the legendary barn find story--many of them are loosely based in fact because the mint Mopar muscle car under all that dust often turns out to be a rusty ’74...
Steve Turner always liked the style of the first-generation Chevy II compact and was interested enough to buy a former track car version. Just for the record, the Chevy II was built to compete...
Markerville, Alberta, Canada is a picturesque hamlet in the central part of the province. The area was founded by Scandinavian immigrants—primarily from Iceland and they built some impressive dairy farms, so the Markerville Creamery was...