Hemmings Find of the Day – 1956 Ford Country Squire

If you’re a fan of our Driveable Dream feature in Hemmings Classic Car and have a soft spot for station wagons, then this $3,200 1956 Country Squire should grab your attention for a brief minute or two. There’s only one catch: It doesn’t run (which doesn’t make it very driveable, does it?), which means it’s […]

March Military Campaign- loaded for bear

Dodge M-37s were one of the most utilized military vehicles during the Korean War era. With the same six-cylinder engine as the Plymouth cars and a heavy duty New Process transfer case, they proved they could take a beating. The 3/4-ton 4WD convertible was designed to replace the WWII WC series Dodge trucks and the […]

Edmunds Nash intake whatsit?

An old buddy was going through a pile of Chevy 235 parts in a cleanup, and came upon this mystery intake in the pile. I know Edmunds made intakes for some offbeat applications, but this one says “NASH” on the underside, and Fred doesn’t think it fits a stovebolt. If that means it fits Nash, […]