Studebaker prototypes resurface

The final few years at Studebaker are fairly fascinating, considering everything the company was doing to continue building cars. There was not only the Avanti, but also the final developments of the Studebaker V-8 engine (R1 through R5) and, before the last gasp of Chevrolet-engined cars from 1965-1966, there was the attempt to turn the […]

Air to compare

While researching Hurst/Oldses for a story in Hemmings Muscle Machines recently, I came across the above photo of a prototype 1969 Hurst/Olds’s hoodscoop, which included an arrow and some lettering that would look very familiar to any AMC nut. Fortunately, at Musclepalooza XI this past weekend, we had a couple SC/Ramblers to compare:

So not exact, […]

Six Degrees of Automotive Separation – Mercury

Ford may have killed the brand so fleet of feet, but it will live on among us collectors, who almost seem to love an orphan marque more than one still alive and kicking. And today, our tribute to Merc continues on the Hemmings Six Degrees of Automotive Separation Challenge.
Like with last week’s challenge, we’re going […]