The Historic Vehicle Association recently met up with Don Weir to get the story on his 1934 Brewster Formal Sedan, a love story of sorts originally sparked by more than just a knee-jerk attraction to the car’s iconic heart-shaped grille. Check out this month’s video for the full story.
The Historic Vehicle Association recently met with the Petersen Museum’s Leslie Kendall to discuss the fascinating history of this all original Ferrari, reportedly used by the Ford Styling Studio during the design of the 1955 Thunderbird. Check out this month’s video for more on the story.
The Historic Vehicle Association caught up with the creator of the first fiberglass dune buggy, Bruce Meyers, to discuss the vehicle’s history and learn a little more about the man behind the design.
Get the story on the 1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe from its designer, Peter Brock. The Historic Vehicle Association recently caught up with Peter Brock at the Simeone Automotive Museum in Philadelphia, PA.
Get the story on the only 1953 Cadillac that General Motors modified with a supercharger. The Historic Vehicle Association recently caught up with Holly Smith, an expert on the car, to hear the story of this amazing vehicle.
Patrick Phinney shares the story of the 1933/34 Ringling & Henning "Wonder Bread Special" in this installment of the Historic Vehicle Association's This Car Matters film series.
This Car Matters, started by the Historic Vehicle Association in 2012, is a movement designed to collect, preserve, and share stories that celebrate the automobile's historic impact on modern culture and the lives of everyday people. The movement aims to show the automobile's significance to the American experience through member-submitted stories and photographs, as well as curated films and personal documentaries.