1927 Chevy AA Capitol sedan No microchips in here! Powered by a 171 cu in (2.8 L) 4-cylinder engine, with a screaming 26 hp! I’ve always wanted to swap in an third gen 2.0L Ecotec from GM in one of these to see how it would fair. Oh well. Another dream project. Advertisements
In remembrance of the attack on Pearl Harbor here’s some vintage military vehicles.
1923 Buick Phaeton
I never really understood why the Model T preceded the Model A. Anyway here is a 1928 Ford Model A Tudor
Curiosities happen to show up at Auto Shows that don’t fall in the “cruise in” category. Like this 1937 Sayers & Scovill hearse Sayers & Scovill (S&S Coach Co.) have been in business since before the automobile, building hearses since 1876. They’ll keep it up long after you and I are dead, I suppose. Update: …
Today we have a 1938 Chevy sedan.