Hemmings Find of the Day – 1975 Buick

While the seller describes this Stage 1-equipped 1975 Buick Century as a “tribute,” we’d go with the term “phantom,” to describe something that replicates what never was, even though phantoms usually require a level of imagination a step beyond simply stuffing an earlier engine into a later car. Still, it’s a rust-free mid-70s Buick (in […]

SIA Flashback – Mr. Jaeger’s Five Sixes

Who doesn’t love the story of a frustrated inventor? In the case of Don Butler’s article in SIA #69, June 1982, the frustrated inventor is Charles F. Jaeger Sr., who turned his attention (as many inventors eventually do) to automobiles. Rather than focus on one specific aspect of the automobile, Jaeger decided to go into […]