Class of ’86 – Dodge Ram and Ramcharger

Image courtesy Part of the fun of our Class of 1986 series has been identifying the new-for-1986 vehicles now considered classics, based on the rolling 25-year guideline – or, alternately, the vehicles with production runs ending that year. Doing so pulls into perfect clarity just how a quarter-century can distort our sense of time, […]

Is Eight Enough?

David Greenlees over at The Old Motor recently posted this photo of a pair of eight-wheeled trucks – one apparently a school bus, the other a stakeside – and wondered aloud who built them and why. I think we have an answer. When David mentioned that the photo was possibly taken in San Francisco, I […]

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1973 AMC Gremlin

From hanging around AMC nuts for a few years, we’ve noticed that Gremlin owners really like themes as a way to make their cars stand out from the crowd – as if it took anything more than simply being a Gremlin to stand out from the crowd. We’re guessing, based on the presence of a […]