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Boyce’s ’65 Buick GS


eGran Sport 340/350 In 1967 Buick added a 340 cu in (5,572 cc) version, there was the GS 340 and the GS California sub-model, little more than the Skylark hardtop with new badging and trim,[1] The 340 produced 260 hp (194 kW) and 365 lb·ft (495 Nm), and less than 4,000 cars were sold. It […]

Karl’s ’37 Ford


The 1937 Ford featured a more rounded look with fine horizontal bars in the convex front and hood-side grilles. The front grille was V-shaped, rather than following the fenders into a pentagon shape, as on the 1936 model. Faired-in headlights were a major modernization found on both the Standard and DeLuxe trim versions, though much […]

John’s ’55 Chevy


The 1955 Chevrolet (sometimes referred to as ’55 Chevy) is an automobile made by the General Motors division Chevrolet in 1955. It was available in three models; the 150, 210, and Bel Air. The 55 Chevy was a turning point for the manufacturer, as the first successful Chevrolet with a V8 engine. Though Chevrolet had […]

Everett’s ’31 Ford


The Ford Model A of 1928–1931 (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers)[2] was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927, but not sold until December 2, it replaced the venerable Model T, […]

Everett’s 1956 Chevy


The 1956 Chevrolet had the same frame with a 115-inch wheelbase as did all Chevys manufactured from 1954 to 1957. The body was slightly longer, around 200 inches, and the ’56 was slightly heaver than the ’55. There were three basic body styles: the 150, the economy model; the 210, the mid-range model; and the […]

Karla’s ’68 Corvette


The 1968 Corvette would prove to be nearly as controversial as the times themselves. The so-called “Shark” generation was a very different sort of sports car than its predecessors — what was a dual-purpose race-and-ride machine had evolved into more of a plush and powerful boulevard cruiser. Critics would blast the initial C3 offering for […]