Hemmings Find of the Day – 1948 Packard

Every now and then, I think I’d like to get a tattoo. Sure, everybody and their grandmother has one nowadays, so they don’t carry the sailor-on-shore-leave stigma they used to, but a tattoo is more than a social statement. It’s an expression of commitment to whatever that tattoo stands for. While they look good on […]

Best. Car. Show. Addendum.

Wow, we got a lot of commentary about the stunning 1959 Chrysler New Yorker wagon that in the AACA Grand National Show two weekends ago in New Bern, North Carolina. Much of the comment asked about the Chrysler’s engine, which points up the fact that I forgot to post a photo of it. Hope this […]

Ad of the Week: A doctor’s tale!

Say what you want about multi-page spreads from General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Chrysler Corporation – back when such ads placed the spotlight squarely on a particular line, or theme, of cars. Usually full of colorful, dramatic photography, each was backed by some list of standard or optional power stats (we’re talking muscle cars, […]