A 1932 Chevy Woody That was Not Made in Detroit! By John Sweeney March 2017 This 1932 Chevy Woody was made in Auburn, California. Len Smith of Auburn, CA decided that Chevrolet should have built a Woody in 1932, but
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.