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Classic Car History: Pontiac GTO

Classic Car History: Pontiac GTO

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 17th 2020

Sometimes rules are meant to be broken, and it was a broken rule that gave us one of Pontiac’s most famous creations, the GTO. It stood for Gran Turismo Omologato, but its many fans know it as … read more
Classic Car History: Airflow

Classic Car History: Airflow

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 15th 2020

Mention “automotive flop,” and most people go straight to the Edsel. But in the 1930s, Chrysler created the Airflow, a car it thought would turn the auto industry around, and which ended up dying a fa … read more
Classic Car History: The Edsel

Classic Car History: The Edsel

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 11th 2020

Sometimes an automaker has the best of intentions, and everything still goes sour. And that’s the Edsel, which wasn’t so much a bad car, as a victim of timing. It was supposed to jump-sta … read more
Classic Car History: The Corvair

Classic Car History: The Corvair

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 9th 2020

There are a few cars that became known for all the wrong reasons, and that was definitely the case with the  Chevrolet Corvair. It will always be tied to Ralph Nader’s book Unsafe at any Spe … read more
History of the AMC Javelin AMX

History of the AMC Javelin AMX

Posted by Collectors Auto Supply on Sep 3rd 2020

If the making of a classic car could be considered a recipe, you’d need the following ingredients to create the AMC Javelin AMX:Merger between two companiesAMX prototype #1AMX prototype #2Visions of a … read more
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Classic Car History: Pontiac GTO

Classic Car History: Pontiac GTO

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 17th 2020

Sometimes rules are meant to be broken, and it was a broken rule that gave us one of Pontiac’s most famous creations, the GTO. It stood for Gran Turismo Omologato, but its many fans know it as … read more
Classic Car History: Airflow

Classic Car History: Airflow

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 15th 2020

Mention “automotive flop,” and most people go straight to the Edsel. But in the 1930s, Chrysler created the Airflow, a car it thought would turn the auto industry around, and which ended up dying a fa … read more
Classic Car History: The Edsel

Classic Car History: The Edsel

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 11th 2020

Sometimes an automaker has the best of intentions, and everything still goes sour. And that’s the Edsel, which wasn’t so much a bad car, as a victim of timing. It was supposed to jump-sta … read more
Classic Car History: The Corvair

Classic Car History: The Corvair

Posted by Jil McIntosh on Sep 9th 2020

There are a few cars that became known for all the wrong reasons, and that was definitely the case with the  Chevrolet Corvair. It will always be tied to Ralph Nader’s book Unsafe at any Spe … read more
History of the AMC Javelin AMX

History of the AMC Javelin AMX

Posted by Collectors Auto Supply on Sep 3rd 2020

If the making of a classic car could be considered a recipe, you’d need the following ingredients to create the AMC Javelin AMX:Merger between two companiesAMX prototype #1AMX prototype #2Visions of a … read more