Chevy’s pony turns 50 this week. Let’s have a party.
Fifty years ago this week the first pilot prototype Camaro was built. To commemorate this golden anniversary, the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) uncovered these little known gems.
Looking back on all the strange trends in the history of the automobile, the popularity of “mini-cars” (what we now call micro-cars) in Europe after WWII has to rank up there as one of the most capricious and fun. Now that spring has finally come and another fun, summer season of driving is well on its way, now seems the perfect time to bring you our picks for five of these tiny classics that always bring a smile to our faces.
Remember Woolworth’s? Amoco gas stations? How about the old Howard Johnson’s with the trademark weathervane and iconic orange roof? Take a drive down memory lane with this shortlist of once household brands and businesses now gone from the streetscape of…