With its clean lines and Corinthian leather, the Cordoba is one of the Chrysler brand’s more memorable cars, but it was originally designed as a Plymouth. Here’s the story of The New Small Car From Chrysler for 1975. Continue reading
Leondis, the unique aero-bodied 1935 MG PA raced by Miles Collier, will be a guest of honor at the 2018 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance on March 11. Get all the latest auto industry news in the Executive Briefing. Continue reading
Arnie Saviano had a dream: a simple and rugged vehicle for hunters, sportsmen, and developing countries. Here’s the story of the Saviano Scat. Continue reading
Here’s some mandatory viewing for car enthusiasts: the story of the British Motor Corporation, producer of many of the world’s most beloved cars. It’s a fascinating tale.
This custom built 1965 Corvette cutaway demonstrator brought $1.1 million at last week’s Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction. Get all the latest auto industry news in the Executive Briefing. Continue reading
June 25, 1957 was a black day in Hudson history, as the last cars rolled off the production line in Kenosha. Here’s a brief look back at the final days. Continue reading