Crosley dealerships from coast to coast

Part of the Crosley legend is that Powel Crosley devised an innovative way to sell his cars: Rather than institute a network of dealerships across the country, as every other automaker had, he would sell the cars the same way he sold his radios – through department and appliance stores, many of which already sold […]

Blowing the trumpet for TV Tommy

For all its existence, the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida has not only been a warm winter migration point for wonderful cars, but has also demonstrated a consistent affection and respect for racing history. Makes sense, given that co-organizers Bill Warner and Tom Cotter both have been in the sport for decades. One of […]

Velorex Rides Again

When you think of vehicles originating in the Czech Republic, or former Czechoslovakia, you probably think of Škoda. But if Škoda isn’t esoteric enough for you, you may recall the fabric-bodied Velorex three-wheeler. From the “Strange But True” files comes news of the rebirth of the Velorex. While original Velorexes were never imported to the […]