“I sold about 12 of these cars,” Jim recalls. Sensing the rarity and difficulty in obtaining these vehicles, Jim could not let the last one he owned go.
Other than being noted for its appearance in a highly controversial movie, the car is real and extremely rare – one of the most obscure cars ever made. It is the Adam Probe 16.
Tom Knight’s 1917 Hudson Super Six racing car, built by his grandfather, was a hit at the 2018 Iola Car Show.
It doesn’t occur to most people that one of the lightest economy cars in existence should be made into anything but a grocery getter.
Tim Dunn has a unique story about acquiring his 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in 1994.
Mark Varner, a true “car guy” if there ever was one, came across this unique ’63 Nova while browsing for-sale listings one day.
The 87/88 Alex currently owns has become a very interesting test bed over the years and is the only example of its factory paint scheme that he’s seen.
Dave Askwith owns a second-generation 1973 Dodge Challenger. It is the colour of red, smoldering lipstick and the anticipation is just as rewarding.
While this beautiful 1964 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback does have some upgrades, there is a much bigger story here.
Josh grabbed the Ford for peanuts, fixed up the faulty clutch and decided that he’d turn it into a Pro Touring Mustang.