Hemmings Find of the Day – 1941 Dodge WC

Like one of the Power Wagons we saw earlier in this March Military Campaign, this 1941 Dodge WC for sale on Hemmings.com rides on a more modern frame, presumably for better roadability. From the seller’s description:
1941 Dodge WC, 318, auto, ps, disc brakes up front, headers, new dual exhaust, truck sits on 1974 W300, […]

SIA Flashback – The Long and Short of It

My love for the shorty-type cars is not unprecedented, as we see from Ray Scroggins’s article on shortened and lengthened cars from SIA #66, December 1981. Less a rigorous examination of the causes for shortening and lengthening cars, Scroggins’s article is more a stab at a compendium, showcasing some of the various types of cars […]

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1953 Studebaker Commander

Did Studebaker make a mistake by not offering a convertible version of the so-called Loewy coupes? Several people seem to have thought so over the years, judging from the number of homebuilt hacksaw convertibles made from the streamlined Studes. The builder of this 1953 Studebaker Commander for sale on Hemmings.com seems to be among that […]