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Jack Harkavy owns a 1938 Packard Eight, a 1954 DeSoto, and, as a professional driver, is regularly behind the wheel of high-end cars old and new that are used as props in major movies and television shows. Ask him what … Continue reading
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…because you may end up owning it longer than you expect. It’s not hard to do, because 4- and 5-cylinder Benz diesel models built through the end of 1985 are put together extremely well and require a lower-than-average amount of … Continue reading
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When I was growing up, my father owned a full-size ’73 Oldsmobile from 1975 until 1983. During that era in the United States an Olds was a respected car that middle class people of all age groups aspired to, upper-middle-class … Continue reading
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When Mike Grady purchased his ’66 Corvette Sting Ray convertible in September 1980, he figured he would simply clean it up a little (the body had four different paint color layers on it plus primer), have some fun cruising with … Continue reading
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Asuka Kawashima’s husband had always wanted a Mercedes 190E. In any color, so long as it was black. After becoming engaged in the early 1990s, a new 190E was not in the couple’s budget. “Knowing 1993 was the 190E’s last … Continue reading
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What Dave Balchunas has adjusted to is the fact that the 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville convertible he’s owned since his youth is an orphan, figuratively. “When I was seventeen in 1985, Pontiac was a brand that had respect. Guys we … Continue reading
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“In convertibles it’s important to remember you’re under a magnifying glass, because everyone notices what you’re doing. It’s no place to pick your nose. You want to look bored almost – give it some ennui” was the advice K.J. Barrett … Continue reading
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“I knew a black S-class was my dream car the moment I saw one in ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ in 1984. Watching bad-guy Victor Mateland pull out of the gates of his mansion in a black 500SEL, it was love at … Continue reading