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Lee Iacocca

Lee Iacocca

Father of the Mustang

     Lido Anthony Iacocca is known as the “Father of the Mustang”. He joined Ford Motor Company in 1946 as a young engineer, but changed course and went into sales.... more

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Jim Smart - April 16, 2014 08:00 AM - Comments

50 Years of HEMI

50 Years of HEMI

1968: The Hemi Road Runner 

The real reason any car company would choose to go racing was to sell new cars. To justify building the Hemi as a production engine, Chrysler’s Product Planning guru Bob Rodger had estimated selling 4,000 examples a year. In 1967, fewer than 1,500... more

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Geoff Stunkard - March 31, 2014 07:47 AM - Comments

HEMI Heritage

HEMI Heritage

1966: Why Chrysler put a monster on the street

Over the years, a lot of has been written about the reasons for the Street Hemi being unleashed by Chrysler on the highways and boulevards of America in 1966. The most-oft cited reason was to return the engine to NASCAR, where it had been ruled ineligible... more

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Geoff Stunkard - March 03, 2014 08:08 AM - Comments

Back in the Day

Back in the Day

Mopar Memories

(Editor’s Note: Roger Johnson will be providing a Mopar-centric retrospective each month. The next installment will be seen on March 24)... more

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Roger Johnson - February 25, 2014 08:00 AM - Comments

The First Generation

The First Generation

1953-1962 Chevrolet Corvette Values

You have to give Chevrolet credit for striving for authenticity when they introduced their new sports car in 1953, but perhaps including a leaky roof, snap-in plastic windows, no exterior door handles or locks, and an underpowered six-cylinder engine was taking things just a little bit too far.... more

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Story Eric Lawrence - February 17, 2014 10:30 AM - Comments

Pursuit of Power

Pursuit of Power

The Drive for the ZR1

Kirk Dobbs is no stranger to the Corvette enthusiast community. When you own a car like “Wild Thing”, everyone gets to know you.... more

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Story Larry Jewett / Images Andy Bolig - February 17, 2014 09:00 AM - Comments

The Fabulous Hudson Hornet

The Fabulous Hudson Hornet

Long, Low, and a NASCAR Winner

Not too many automotive history buffs know the name of Marshall Teague, inducted in the National Motorsports Press Association's Hall of Fame in 1968.... more

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Story Joe Greeves - February 12, 2014 11:00 AM - Comments

Yesterday and Today

Yesterday and Today

2015 Mustang shares with its past

It was on a Friday evening in the spring of 1964 in a modest three-bedroom apartment just outside of Washington, D.C. where I got my first look at Ford’s sporty new Mustang.... more

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Story Jim Smart / Images Jim Smart and Ford Motor Company - February 11, 2014 12:45 PM - Comments

Business Car’d

Business Car’d

This ’54 is way more than just an ol’ used car!

To say that Corvette hit the ground running would be an understatement.... more

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Story Andy Bolig - February 09, 2014 10:00 AM - Comments

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