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1964 AMC Rambler Saved My Life

In 1974 to 1976 I attended the University of Wyoming in lovely Laramie. Being from New Jersey, it was a 1,300 mile trek that usually meant 38 to 42 straight hours behind the steering wheel each way. My roommate who was also from my hometown split shifts driving with me.Rarely could I say the trips were "non-eventful." I do recall one tale of extrem...
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1964 Ford Fairlane: Not Really But I'll Try to Lie

​Everybody had a First Car: Mine, a 1964 Ford Fairlaine: Hey, don't laugh. In the good old days we played high school sports, hung out in the hallways of the school between classes thinking we were "cool" watching the young ladies walk by. It was sports, dreams of cute girls, and the anticipation of getting our license to drive to school in our own...
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1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud: James Bond Movie Car

 Introduced in 1959, the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II set a new standard for luxury cars. For the first time ever, a Rolls-Royce was powered by an V-8 engine and the chassis and suspension were significantly updated from the original Silver Cloud. Although the new Silver Cloud offered a host of innovations, in the traditional sense, ever-conser...
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Buried 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Found

Some Kids Were Digging In Their Backyard When They Hit Something. Police Have Never Seen Anything Like This. We all grow up digging around in sand boxes hoping to strike it rich and find some hidden ancient treasures. What we typically find is a rusty, old Matchbox car or a present left behind by a cat. Either way it's very rare to find something d...
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1927 Mercedes-Benz Vintage Car

 1927 Mercedes-Benz S George Gangloff Roadster (What's another word for beauty?) Another great European car of the vintage period was the Mercedes which, happily, like the Rolls, is still in production today. Below is the typical top-of-the-range touring car of the period, the 1927 Mercedes-Benz. An interesting feature on this model is the dua...
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1933-1936 Auburn Vintage Car Story

 Later, the founder of the Auburn automobile, Cord, had purchased the Lycoming and Ansted engine companies, several mid-western industrial corporations, and Checker Cab, as well as holding shipbuilding and aviation interests. Perhaps in order to avoid a scandal over the management of his enterprises, Cord went to England in 1934 where he dropp...
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1960 Plymouth Sonoramic Commando

1960 Plymouth Fury Sonoramic Commando 440 Cross Ram dual four barrels By 1960 the car buying public was getting used to having a car in the driveway, and they liked it. Cars were becoming more than a way to work, the grocery store and more. As we have discussed in earlier articles about the cars of the 1950s, the 1950s were good to Plymouth. The co...
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1961 Chevrolet SS 409 Muscle Car

Enter your text here ... Chevrolet was the first to offer real horsepower to the masses in 1955. Then the guys who brought you "The Hot One" followed that up six years later, i.e., 1961, The 409 legend began in 1958 when Chevrolet introduced a 348-cubic-inch V-8, often called a 'AW-head." This acronym was created because of the pattern made by...
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Dead Man's Curve Car Show 2016: Labor Day: NJ Best

First, before we begin, in observance of Labor Day, let us just say thanks for the jobs that have helped so many who buy classic cars, restore classic cars and create the marketplace to attend a weekend of fun, cars and not one thought about the craziness of the world around us. ​Ok here we go...​where? Mahwah, New Jersey. May what? No, Mahwah. It'...
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Challenging Challenger Introduction

EdsSwapMeet.com is a website designed and marketed as a place where classic vehicle enthusiasts can shop for project vehicles or parts and services for their projects. What makes us very unique is our ability to provide a single website where the restorer of a project vehicle, in any stage of restoration, can acquire all the parts and services need...
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20 Iconic Muscle Cars That Are Kings of the Road

The 1968 Dodge Dart 426 Hemi is an iconic muscle car, a legendary car some even say. To reach this kind of status, a car needs to earn it. The car should break new ground to change how the way people from all walks of life look at them. With the 1968 Dodge Dart 426 Hemi, it arrived as the fastest production muscle car ever. From its name, it is obv...
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20 Performance Muscle Cars That Are Extremely Rare

The 1966/1967 Dodge Coronet is a legendary muscle car due to its rarity and performance. Prior to its release, in 1965, the muscle car competition among different brands began to heat up. At that time, Ford revealed the iconic pony car, the Mustang. Following suit were brands like Chevrolet, Plymouth, and Buick. Dodge was one of the top competitors...
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This 1970 Dodge Challenger–And 3 Friends–Saved A Life!

Written by Brian Lohnes on April 14, 2017John Machaqueiro - Photographer; Whether we're talking about an old girlfriend, a big fish, or a car, everyone has the story of something that they thought was in their grasp and then got away. Typically, these stories don't result in the thing that escaped later being possessed by the person that lost out o...
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Suddenly - It’s 1960!” and “1960 — Now, Plymouth is three full years ahead.

 by Jim Benjaminson. Copyrighted by Jim Benjaminson. Reprinted by permission. Originally published as a printed book by Motorbooks International. The ads trumpeted: "Suddenly - It's 1960!" and "1960 — Now, Plymouth is three full years ahead."
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Ghost Rider 1941 Willys - by Gary Rosier

This is a 1941 Willy's Coupe owned by Bill Roberts and his wife Jody. Originally out of Edinboro, PA and now North East Pennsylvania they own Roberts Trucking (robertstrucking.com). It was established in 1978 as a family owned and operated business with approximately 50 company drivers and owner operators. They worked hard all their lives he said a...
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A ’69 Daytona rises out of the rust

Mike McNessor on Apr 5th, 2018 Sam Ballard's 1969 Dodge Daytona as it looked emerging from more than three decades of hibernation in November 2011. Photos courtesy Sam Ballard and Holgar Kurschner, unless otherwise noted. Sam Ballard held onto this scruffy 1969 Dodge Daytona for more than 30 years before he could see his way clear to restoring it, ...
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