|Concours d'Elegance of America at St. John's : Class Previews|
|Here is a little preview of two of our special classes for St. John's upcoming show.
Featured Designer: Virgil Exner
The 2014 Concours d'Elegance of America will honor the work of famed chief designer Virgil Exner with an unprecedented display of Chrysler Corporation's 1955-1961 'Forward Look,' a daring two-pronged styling revolution that changed the look of the American car.
First up were the 'jet-age'1955 Plymouths, Dodges, DeSotos, Chryslers and Imperials. Then came the 1957 m...[Read more...]|
|Two Best of Show Winners : Similar Designs : Same Owner|
|When these two vehicles won Best of Show honors at major Concours d'Elegance events, they both were owned by Judge Joseph Cassini III. The green colored Chrysler 4 door Phaeton with tan convertible top wears coachwork by LeBaron. In 2012, it won the Best of Show title (for an American car) at the Concours d'Elegance of America at St. Johns. The other car is a Packard 2 door Convertible Victoria with coachwork by Dietrich. It won this years Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Best of Show honors...[Read more...]|
|CAPT. STANLEY TUCKER AND HIS FORD MUSTANGS, NUMBERS 1 AND 1 MILLION|
|◾Canadian airline pilot Capt. Stanley Tucker owned two different milestone Ford Mustangs in the first two years of the car's production
◾After Tucker managed to buy a preproduction Mustang convertible with serial number 1 that was not meant to be sold, Ford traded him that car for a new 1966 convertible – the 1-millionth Mustang produced
By the time the 1965 Ford Mustang officially went on sale on April 17, 1964, it had been rolling off the assembly line at the Rouge factory in Dearborn, Mic...[Read more...]|