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1968 Cadillac Convertible

AJ’s Car of the Day: 1968 Cadillac DeVille Convertible

Car: Cadillac DeVille Convertible Year: 1968 What makes it special: Cadillac’s DeVille was originally a trim level and later a separate model. The first car to bear the name was the 1949 Coupe de Ville, a pillarless two-door hardtop body style with a prestige trim level above that of the Series 62 luxury coupe. The…Continue Reading

66 Mercury Cyclone GT

AJ’s Car of the Day: 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone GT Hardtop

Car: Mercury Comet Cyclone GT Hardtop Year: 1966 What makes it special: The 1966 Comet Cyclone GT is a good example of a Mercury Muscle Car. Comet jumped from a compact to an intermediate thanks to its use of the new Ford Fairlane body shell. The cars shared a 116-inch wheelbase and had the same…Continue Reading

1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova Sport Coupe

AJ’s Car of the Day: 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova Super-Sport

Car: Chevrolet Chevy II Nova Super-Sport Year: 1966 What makes it special: 1966 Chevy IIs introduced an extensive sharp-edged restyle based in part on the Super Nova concept car. In general, proportions were squared up but dimensions and features changed little. Highlights included a bold grille and semi-fastback roofline. “Humped” fenders in an angular rear…Continue Reading

1968 Buick electra

AJ’s Car of the Day: 1970 Buick Electra 225 Custom

Car: Buick Electra 225 Custom Year: 1970 What makes it special: Built by Buick and during its more than 30-year run, Electra was offered in varying body styles including coupe, convertible, sedan and station wagon. It was rear-wheel drive from 1959 to 1984 and then converted to front-wheel drive except for the station wagon in…Continue Reading

1954 Packard

AJ’s Car of the Day: 1956 Packard 400

Car: Packard 400 Year: 1956 What makes it special: Packard 400 was built by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana during model years 1955 and 1956. During its two years in production, the Four Hundred was built in Packard’s Detroit facilities, and considered part of Packard’s senior model range. For 1955 the Four Hundred name was re-employed…Continue Reading

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