Story by John Sweeney February 2017 This is the “Terrific Tri-Five” Chevy that I caught cruising at last year’s California Auto Museum Annual Cruise down Fulton Ave. (Note – the CAM cruise is scheduled to happen again in 2017 on
1936 Oldsmobile F-36 Convertible Hidden Away In An El Dorado County Cave (Garage) By John Sweeney I recently traveled to Keith Peters’ Cave /Garage in El Dorado County to do a little snooping. First thing that I saw pulling
By John Sweeney No need to snoop in Brian’s garage. This 1931 Ford Model A Roadster has had more exposure than Tina Turner’s legs. This all steel, hand built hot rod was named Goodguys Hot Rod of the year for
I Have One Of These At Home By Bruce Brincka Back in the mid 90’s, my wife and I had a Shelby clone that we raced with the Shelby Club at Sears Point Raceway, it was a blast. At the
By John Sweeney August 2016 Bitten By The Cadillac Bug John Cordero of Folsom, CA was happy with his 1938 Ford Coupe, seen at many Sacramento area car shows & cruises, until one day John was at the Sacramento Autorama
One of Six … 1932 Chevy Sedan Delivery By John Sweeney Tom and Dana Bice of Auburn, CA, started this project 6 years ago, when a huge crate arrived from Akron, Ohio. The project was a bigger challenge than advertised.
It’s NOT A Woody! You are looking at a rare factory, “Briggs Built,” 1948 Packard Station Sedan. (The official name that Packard gave the car was “Station Sedan”). Even more rare, it was restored and rodded 95% by the owner,
Living in Cheyenne, Wyoming during the summer of 1970, with my impending wedding scheduled for the end of June, I was anxiously awaiting my new-car arrival notification from the Pontiac dealer for my bronze 1970 Firebird Formula 400, equipped with the Ram Air III 400 engine and a 4 speed.