Articles written by: James Millar

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Old School Crush: Charlie Rodgers’ 1962 Chevrolet Impala

It’s not unusual for a schoolboy to fall in love–with a car that is. Whether it’s drop-dead good looks, a sultry silhouette, or a sweet voice. The first car to […]

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Knockout in Three Rounds: Dick Bahnick’s 1966 Ford Fairlane

The decision is in: Dick Bahnick’s 1966 Fairlane is a real knockout! But the ferocious Ford wasn’t always the car-show champ you see here. It took Bahnick three rounds of knuckle-busting […]

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Midnight Madness: Ron Champe’s 1965 Corvette Sting Ray

Is it crazy to put a lipstick-red interior in a dark blue car? Some of Ron Champe’s friends thought so, but that was before they saw his spectacular 1965 Corvette […]

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Second Look: George Paul’s 1980 Camaro Z28

Every car guy has a story about the one that got away. You know, the Tri-5 in the old barn off of the highway, or the 40-year-old cream puff the […]

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Ultimate Edition: Ron & Cheryl Robinson’s ’62 Corvette

The 1962 C-1 Corvette—it was the final edition of the first generation of American sports cars to carry the famed crossed flags, and the first ride to put a serious […]

Time Machine: John Susong’s 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury
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Time Machine: John Susong’s 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury

Check out John Susong’s time machine. The spectacular 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury doesn’t have a flux capacitor, but its race-ready Hemi has the power to transport John from one end […]

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Highway Star: Tom & Jan Stepp’s ’59 Cadillac Series 62 Sedan

This story originally appeared on SummitRacing.com on 4/9/2010. Daily drivers are like opinions, everyone has one, and some are better than others. We’re betting you’d be hard pressed to find […]