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Rally Appalachia

Rally Appalachia

Good Times for a Good Cause

If the participants in the 2011 Rally Appalachia would have to write the typical “What I Did on My Summer vacation” paper, I guarantee it would be interesting reading. The guarantee comes in knowing that it was a good event for a good cause with good people having good fun.... more

GENERAL

Larry Jewett - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Resurrected 1968 Corvette

Resurrected 1968 Corvette

This ’68 Corvette was thrown to the curb, literally!

There’s a special place in heaven for those folks who have persevered, felt the sting of despair and isolation but, somehow, pressed on to see a pile of parts become their pride and joy.... more

CORVETTE

Andy Bolig - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Customized 2010 Camaro

Customized 2010 Camaro

Chicago-area Chevy guy Bob Delia had a plan

Bob and Barb Delia have been together for 50 years, 46 of those years as husband and wife. Raised in Chicago, Bob relates that Barb was the girl next door that lived two houses down the street.... more

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Rich Truesdell - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1957 Dodge Custom Royale

1957 Dodge Custom Royale

Having fun, whether it is a D-500 or 501!

A little history lesson is probably in order here. The chase for NASCAR fame started long before Superbirds, Daytonas and of course, that jellybean known as the “Car of Tomorrow”.... more

MOPAR

Andy Bolig - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1972 Plymouth Road Runner

1972 Plymouth Road Runner

Found at a crosstown competitor’s used car lot

As a mechanic at a Michigan Chrysler-Plymouth dealership in the ’70s, Mike Ryckman watched many of his favorite Mopars come and go. His passion for big block Mopars continued to grow.... more

MOPAR

Story Al and Lynne Rogers Images Al Rogers - October 10, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Visiting the Petersen Museum

Visiting the Petersen Museum

Petersen Museum is still prime time.

Keeping a car museum fresh, active, and relevant is a tremendous challenge in fast-paced times, but the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles has managed to do just that.... more

CLASSICS

Story Bob Stevens Images Bob Stevens & Earl Duty - September 29, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

The Quest

The Quest

A dream that needed two generations to fulfill

Ask almost any enthusiast about Carlisle, and they’ll likely tell you about one of the ten events that are held there. Or they’ll talk about the hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts who flock to the fairgrounds to attend any one of those events during the summer months.... more

CORVETTE

Andy Bolig - September 29, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Customized 1969 Camaro

Customized 1969 Camaro

This One Hits the Mark

When we interview builders about the reason behind a creation, we often hear themes like wanting a good daily driver or hoping to create something new and different. We believe Brian Hall’s initial goal must have been a genuine quest for perfection since his beautiful ’69 Camaro is among the best we’ve seen.... more

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Joe Greeves - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

1958 Pontiac Bonneville

1958 Pontiac Bonneville

The 1958 Bonneville was an exercise in excess

It’s hard to believe that the storied career of the Bonneville, spanning nearly half a century, ended in 2005 when the model was finally laid to rest.... more

CLASSICS

Jim Black - September 21, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

1967 Shelby GT500

1967 Shelby GT500

Skinny tires give away the secret identity!

The 1967 G.T. 500 Super Snake is a good way to explain irony to a car guy. The fastest-ever street-legal Shelby Mustang was built at tremendous expense to showcase a skinny, bargain-priced tire designed for very slow cars.... more

MUSTANG

Story Brad Bowling Images Al Rogers - September 19, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments