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1967 Ford Fairlane GTA convert

AJ’s Car of the Day 1967 Ford Fairlane GTA Convertible

Car: Ford Fairlane GTA Convertible Year: 1967 What makes it special: Ford’s Fairlane was revised in 1966. Minor trim changes were introduced for 1967 as the Fairlane was mildly facelifted. The appearance was changed to match the full-sized Ford, which had been restyled in the 1965 model year. The front end featured vertically stacked dual headlights.…Continue Reading

1967 Olds Delta

AJ’s Car of the Day 1967 Oldsmobile Delta Custom Hardtop

Car: Oldsmobile Delta Custom Hardtop Coupe Year: 1967 What makes it special: Oldsmobile’s 88 was offered in some form or another during it’s run from the 1949 through 1999 model years. During that 50-year run, 88 had a library of interesting names, but in the end, it was still an 88. What made it famous: For…Continue Reading

1946 Cadillac convertible

AJ’s Car of the Day 1946 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe

Car: Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe Year: 1946 What makes it special: Cadillac’s series 62 were produced from 1940 through 1964. Originally designed to replace the entry level Series 65, it became the Cadillac Series 6200 in 1959, and remained that until it was renamed to Cadillac Calais for the 1965 model year. The Series 62 was also marketed as the Sixty-Two…Continue Reading

1946 Mercury Woodie

AJ’s Car of the Day 1949 Mercury Woody Wagon

Car: Mercury Woody Wagon Year: 1949 What makes it special: Produced by Mercury for the 1949 model year, the woody wagon showcased designer Eugene “Bob” Gregorie’s approach to wood-body design, which was rooted in his career as a Naval architect. The highlight was the original woodwork, which originates in the forests of northern Michigan. About…Continue Reading

1967 Chevrolet Baldwin motion camaro

AJ’s Car of the Day 1968 Yenko Chevrolet Super Camaro Coupe

Car: Yenko Chevrolet Super Camaro Coupe Year: 1968 What makes it special: The Yenko Super Camaro was a modified Chevrolet Camaro prepared by Yenko Chevrolet, developed by the dealership owner and racer, Don Yenko. When the Camaro debuted, a General Motors corporate edict prevented it from carrying an engine larger than 400 cu in V8.  Don Yenko and others knew there was a market…Continue Reading

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