Argentine flower car restoration continues

As promised, Fernando Aguerre, he of all the cool barn finds in Argentina, sent along a picture of his flower car restoration’s progress. Here he notes that it’s going from the mechanic’s shop to the electrician’s shop to get wired, but you can also see how the body looks all spiffed up. “They just started […]

Automotive Alphabet – W

Well, well, well. Without wrestling with wasteful and withering whacks at w-word wile, we’ll just show off the standalone W we found and leave you to guess from whence it came. Hint: The entire vehicle appeared in the pages of Hemmings Classic Car.
Once you’ve discovered the source, show us your own wicked and wonderful standalone […]

Four-wheel drive, circa 1905

The automobile was not an immediate success, as we all know. It was expensive, sure, but the poor quality of roads outside of metropolitan areas also prevented adoption of the horseless carriage by rural residents for more than a decade. Monroe Robert Grier had a solution to the latter problem – increase traction.
Born in Virginia […]