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There were two distinct groups of guys in high school back in the '60s: Those who had cars, and those who didn't. For the sake of your reputation, you didn't want to be the kid without a car, says 70-year-old Brian McDaniels . From the time he was 12,
Roger King attempts to fix a cornhole board, unaware of the '57 Chevy Bel-Air in front of him (left) before spotting his new ride for the first time (right) Disbelief: An emotional and teary Roger King hugs his son Mike King before approaching his
I understand you buy old Camaros. As Dan Stafford said, it's the kind of a phone call you dream about if you run a muscle car wrecking yard in the eastern Washington desert. The barn find might not be as big as the Lambrecht Chevrolet sale in
Olivia Wilde has proven herself quite versatile as an actor, taking on roles in a wide range of genres: drama, comedy, medical, science fiction, video game, and The O.C...But what you might not know is that she's also incredibly incisive. This might
December 5, 2012 TV's favorite shrink is riding high again. Dr. Phil McGraw, whose gleaming 1957 Chevy Bel Air was jacked from Rodz repair shop in Southern California last August, has been reunited with his vintage car.
The results for the 2012 Homestead Festival car show are as follows: Antique Pre-1948 Bill VanDierondonck, Princeton, 1923 Hupmobile, first; Charles Smith, Princeton, 1922 Nash, second; and Bob Hurdis, Princeton, 1934 Ford pickup, third. Restored/
Creigh McLaughlin, 1966 Chevy II, El Dorado. The following are winners of the 2012 WFO Brickstreet Nationals Car Show: WFO Pick - Myra Devlin, 1949 Plymouth Woody Wagon, Augusta.
Alfred Starting right-hander reveals fondness for muscle cars, Jack Murphy Stadium and one particular taco shop Q: We've done the story on Luke Gregerson's '67 Camaro. What's the story behind the sweet '66 Chevelle you just drove into the players'
To this day there is nothing that will stop me in my tracks like the sight of a 1957 Chevy. No question, it is my favorite car of all time, and my recent research tells me this is common among us baby boomers. One article I read stated, It reminds us
Special to the Daily Herald General Motors is responsible for producing some of the most iconic, vintage iron that ever emerged from the factories of yesteryear Detroit. While the limelight shines brightly on the burnout-producing Camaro, the iconic '