Hemmings Find of the Day – 1909 Walker Model 15

Back when urban delivery trucks used electric motors to power them around town rather than gasoline engines, Walker was one of the stalwarts of the niche with box trucks like this 1909 Walker Model 15 headed to RM’s Hershey auction. Looking more like a railroad car untethered from the train, we’re surprised nobody’s yet lettered […]

SIA Flashback – Home is Where You Park It

When the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association celebrated the centennial of the motorhome earlier this year, the history they provided seemed rather thin. I would’ve rather read a history more like the one Ray I. Scroggins wrote for SIA #77, October 1983, which starts with the Model T-based conversions and ran all the way through to […]

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1967 Dodge Dart

There have been a few instances of countries anxious to repatriate cars that originated there, but is there any movement at all to repatriate American cars? If so, here’s your chance to bring a 1967 Dodge Dart back to the United States from Malmö, Sweden. From the seller’s description: 1967 Dodge Dart, Maching numbers, fully […]