Art Fitzpatrick and Van Kaufman created what is arguably the finest automotive artwork ever produced when hired by Pontiac from the late ‘50s to early ‘70s. Read on for the story behind these incredible ‘mad men’ artists.
When you set a movie in 1969 Los Angeles, you better have the cars to back it up, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood does that in spades.
There’s been many theories on what Ltd stood for when Ford began using the term as a nameplate for it’s prestige models from the mid 1960s…
From the time when Detroit was dazzling the public with their new ohv V8s in the 1950s, and through the incredible ‘60s and the rise of the muscle car - print advertising often focused on the engine. Here’s some brilliant examples…
The amazing, glamorous hardtop wagons lasted less than a decade - here’s a brief history of these cool cruisers
If it was up to the top brass at Pontiac - the GTO never would have happened. Read on to find out how the first, most legendary muscle car was born
Cadillac was once known for world-leading technology and innovation, in addition to fins, chrome and size. To find out more about the incredible automotive technology Cadillac pioneered - read on…
One of the big current styling trends is for fancy exhaust tips and outlets - often multiple outlets. It’s nothing new - sixty years ago Detroit was making cars with very cool integrated exhaust outlets. Here’s a brief history of this styling trend
To mark the launch of the 2019 Formula 1 series, we take a historical look at every Grand Prix champion driver, and marque since 1950
Back when the roads were ruled by two-toned, chromed, firedomed machines