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One of the guidelines in the original Preppy Handbook (1980) reads, “Never replace anything until you have exhausted all possibility of repair, restoration, or rehabilitation. No matter what it is, they don’t make it as well as they used to.” … Continue reading
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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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In light of the fact many are bemoaning the merger* completion between Volkswagen and Porsche AG earlier this year, we feel it’s important to remember that a number of successful Porsche models over the years would not have existed without … 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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Erica is a friend of mine who recently became the owner of a used 2006 BMW 750Li. An enviable purchase by any stretch of the imagination, but one she agonized about due to feelings of brand loyalty to another marque. … 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