Classic Cars And Parts For Sale - Hemmings Motor News
Unrestored 1967 Chevrolet Camaro for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller's description: Numbers matching unrestored survivor car. 327 Cubic Inch V8 2 barrel (210 HP) and 2 speed Powerglide transmisson, factory power steering. 41,000 original miles, we are the 3rd owner.
Actived: Sunday Jan 12, 2020
A great save on the 2018 Great Race | Hemmings Daily
Shortly after leaving the summit, Carl Schneider and Jack Juratovic lost the brakes on their 1955 Buick Estate station wagon, Great Race car number 11. The driver attempted to scrub off speed in the only way possible, by using the side of the mountain as a brake.
What I learned from buying a portable low-rise vehicle lif
If anything is off, stop, look, and make a correction before proceeding. We have lift-off. Back then you could buy a book of coupons from Sears Automotive that got you ten oil changes for $50 if you supplied the filters. They only screwed up once. While on the road moving out of California for good i glanced under my car to notice oil
“First of the last” leads flock of Edsels from | Hemmings
Actally, Ford pulled the plug on the Edsel division in mid-Nov 1959 very early into the 1960 model year. At that point, dealers couldn’t give them away. Even worse, the value of used Edsels plummeted, prompting Ford to offer their owners generous coupons that could be used against the purchase of any new Ford product.
Rediscovering yesteryear’s gas station services and
Rediscovering yesteryear’s gas station services and automotive products Thomas A. DeMauro by cutting off general access to the specialized service tools and increasing the use of computer diagnostics (non-dealers couldn’t get the codes that identified problems for 1 or 2 model years after first released to give dealers an exclusive
Should I sell my vintage car? | Hemmings Daily
Should I sell my vintage car? What might make me consider selling off my collection is simply lack of space to put everything. staring into the computer screen at work trying to figure out where those coupons went for the “buy one pair of Dockers get the other pair 50% off went because I know wife will kill me if I pay full boat for a
We Have A Winner! | Hemmings Daily
In 1980, Purolator filters combined a product coupon and an entry blank to win a new AMC Eagle. Hence, the ”Try Your Luck, Save A Buck” deal, where you could win ”The first American civilized passenger car with all the moxie of an off-road racer.”
Fury Junior – 1959 Plymouth Fury | Hemmings Daily
Most were sold as dealership promotional items: The Fury Junior appeared in the February 1958 issue of Plymouth Merchandiser. “The dealership would load a junior car into the back of a pickup truck and take it down to the local school at recess time or after school let out,” said Junior car specialist Lee Exline.
Bad Mergentheim, Germany, 1960 | Hemmings Daily
The price per gallon was comparable to the price in the U.S. at the time. We traveled all over Europe in our ’63 VW Bug and never had to pay their price for gas. Pretty good deal. I never heard anything about a black market for the coupons, but you had to have a military ID and military license plates to use them.
Simba-Dickie buys Jada | Hemmings Daily
Some potentially interesting news for anyone who enjoys diecast and radio-controlled cars: German toy conglomerate Simba-Dickie has purchased Jada Toys with immediate effect. If you’ve paid any attention to diecast cars in the last quarter-century, you’ve likely seen Jada product on shelves and