Diane Guindon and her husband, Claude Lozier, own two Plymouth Cuda convertibles from the early ‘70s.
“It is 51 years old, and not a day goes by when I’m driving it that someone doesn’t make a reference to what they liked about the movie,” declares Gary.
When a truck caught up to us at a red light, the driver yelled out of his cab window, “Now that’s a car!”
The Camaro was probably at its zenith during the mid-to-late-1960s with the introduction and evolution of the RS, SS and Z-28. Jodie is the proud owner of a 1967 Camaro RS.
The 1971 Mach 1 is known for drawing comparisons to larger Fords such as the Fairlane or Torino rather than the Mustang.
The colour is reminiscent of a Hollywood red carpet on this magnificent 1968 Dodge Coronet 500.
Ross Saunders bought an old Mustang for parts, but later realized it was an original Shelby Mustang GT350!
This is a top predator on the foodchain, equipped with the power, agility and aesthetics of a greyhound with steel skin. It’s a 1965 Ford Daytona.
Cars are like landscapes: undulating curves and expressive lines. The 1972 Plymouth Roadrunner is no exception.
Tim Dunn has a unique story about acquiring his 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in 1994.