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March 12, 2014:
Depending on your perception, the 1959 Cadillac stood as either the pinnacle or the nadir of American automotive styling. The '59 Caddy's most prominent features were tailfins that soared to unprecedented heights a... Read Article
June 29, 2012:
We take a look back at a classic article about a classic car.
April 27, 2012:
April 20, 2012:
Despite a strong association with trains, the all-steel car body is a major part of the legacy of Edward Gowen Budd.
April 13, 2012:
The Isetta is little more than a footnote in BMW's history, but this tiny Bubble Car helped the Bavarian automaker avoid bankruptcy.
April 5, 2012:
March 30, 2012:
Chevrolet’s Monte Carlo followed the "personal luxury coupe" long-hood, short-deck styling theme so popular in the 60s and 70s.
March 23, 2012:
Founded in 1907 by an American living in England, Lagonda’s greatest triumph was winning the 1935 LeMans race.
March 16, 2012:
With modification by Lotus founder, Colin Chapman, the Lotus Cortina quickly made its reputation on racing and rally circuits.
March 9, 2012:
It’s not widely known that Mercedes-Benz introduced a rear-engine small car before the first VW Beetle prototype.
March 2, 2012:
Daringly different in their styling, the 1949 to 1951 “bathtub” Nash automobiles were comfortable, economical and reliable.
February 24, 2012:
The Curved Dash was a jaunty little vehicle with the dashboard curving up in front. It even inspired a popular song.
February 17, 2012:
The original idea behind the Carroll Shelby modified Shelby Mustangs was to enhance the performance image of the Mustang.
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