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The Fairlane was produced by Ford from 1955 to 1970. Initially introduced as a full-size car, the Fairlane served as Ford’s intermediate sized car from 1962 until it was replaced by the Ford Torino. The fifth generation Fairlane was intorduced … Continue reading
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American Detours: When Classic Rides Meet Classic Drives Classic Cars and Road Trips. Have I got your attention? Sponsored by American Collectors Insurance, American Detours is a web tv series about Classic Cars cruising down some of America’s classic drives. … Continue reading
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The Chevrolet Impala has served the Chevrolet brand for may years in many different roles. It has been everything from an crown jewel show car to the basic bare bones fleet vehicle. First appearing in 1956, the Impala would be … Continue reading
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In the 1960s, Plymouth was in its heyday. Plymouth was the value offering from Chrysler Corporation and was also one of the top auto brands in the United States. Plymouth, along with its chief competitors, Ford and Chevrolet, were often … Continue reading
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Chevrolet redesigned its, bread-and-butter sedan, the Impala, in 1965. This proved to be a good idea for Chevrolet as the Impala set an annual sales record of more than 1 million units. This record would not be beaten by the … Continue reading
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The Monterey was a full-sized sedan in the Mercury lineup from 1952 to 1974. The sedan was a step below the top-of-the-line Mercury Marquis, Montclair or Park Lane of same period. The name was also used on a mini-van during … Continue reading