This sign by this beauty of a beast proudly proclaimed it as a kit car. I can imagine the time that went into building it, piece by piece. Advertisements
Sometimes I think they need a special section for the red cars. Hood tall. Checkered past. OK, I’ll go through the aisles to check them out one by one.
Some people wonder what these classic cars have under their hood. This lineup made me think about what they had over the hood, too. And note the stuffed Cougar on the dash of the black car.
I never know what I’ll find year-to-year when I do my foot-cruise of the classic-car congregation at the Electronics Parkway parking lot. The two-tone baby caught my eye this summer. Sweet!
At a certain point of the summer, I know if I go to Kinney Drugs on Electronics Parkway, I need only walk to the adjoining parking lot to get a great view of classic cars. I right away was drawn to this lineup of Cougars. And note the stuffed Cougar on the dash of the…
I liked looking at the cool cars. I thought this baby reminded me of Back to the Future. I knew not that American Motors made a lift side door model. In the early 1980s I owned a beige AMC Hornet hatchback. I did not like it much. My bad. It was interesting how the cars…
Vintage trucks hung out around my place in the world this past weekend, too. The history of cool vehicles pre-dates me. Finally, something. Ha. What’s the difference between vintage, antique, classic and old? How much you take care of something, maybe? This one probably isn’t a truck, but definitely is cool. More tomorrow.