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(Continued from Part 2) The 1970s began with carryover wire wheel cover styling from the late 1960s. As that decade drew to a close, wire wheel covers were trending towards designs with two layers of straight, parallel spokes. The effect … Continue reading
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From 1969 to 1985, well over 1 million Mercedes-Benz vehicles were sold new with 14-inch aluminum alloy wheels similar to the one shown in this picture. If you’re sprucing up or restoring a vintage model from this era, you … 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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Being fans of all the 1971-1976 full-size General Motors models, we at Classic Cars Today Online have watched the growing trend of fitting these “B-body” platform cars with oversized rims and lift kits to create cruisers generally known as “donks”. … Continue reading
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With a design run spanning model years from 1972 to 1989, fans around the globe feel the the third generation Mercedes-Benz SL is a model that most embodies the image of the company and the elements that led to its … 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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Introducing the company’s “Seville by Gucci” in 1978, Aldo Gucci proclaimed, “The Gucci styling we have created for this car is designed to give a fortunate few owners a rare possession of distinction, beauty and ultimate luxury”. He went on … Continue reading