Hemmings Find of the Day – 1959 Triumph TR3

There’s never a bad time to jump on board with British motoring, even if the first step may be substantial. In a world where ’70s Plymouths sell for just south of $2 million, and auctioneers politely inquire what harm could come of another ten thousand dollars, this 1959 Triumph TR3 makes more sense now than […]

La moustache: C’est hilarant

Reader Tom McNeal wrote in letting us know that the Wartburg link in last weekend’s Four-Links reminded him of the 1971 Jacques Tati comedy “Trafic,” starring Benicio del Toro and that kid from “That 70s Show” and a whole lotta drugs which includes more continental cars than most mere mortals can identify. Nevertheless, he laid […]

Hemmings Finds of the Day – Choo-Choo Firebird and El Caminos

Back in the Eighties and Nineties, Choo-Choo Customs ads were all over the enthusiast magazines, so somebody must have been buying their customized F-bodies, G-body El Caminos and pickups, but they’re just not that common nowadays, either on the road or in the Hemmings classifieds, which is why we took notice when three Choo-Choo Customs […]