Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Subscribe To Get Free Ebook   
Cycles

Cycles


Motorcycles, new and classic. View the entire archive.

The last real Trans Am – and the end for Pontiac

Let's dial back the clock a quarter century and return to the early days of the Reagan Era - when Pontiac made a last-ditch effort to keep the Trans-Am from becoming...

Pontiac GrandVille convertible, 1971-1975

The sudden demise of the Catalina convertible in 1972 left Pontiac with just one capital ship convertible in its inventory - the mighty (but short-lived) GrandVille. It was basically a two-door version...

Buick Estate Wagon, 1970–1987

Historically, Buick was GM's "discreet Cadillac"—a high-end car without the high-end ostentation. For many years, Buicks were known as "doctors’ cars" for just that reason. Ownership indicated you had money, but...

Five Ford Fails

America's Big Three have had more than their share of bad ideas over the past 20 years. Let's look at Ford's flops first. * Lincoln Mark VIII (1993-1998) - This car snuffed what...

Chrysler 300 convertible, 1969-1970

The largest, most powerful battleship ever made was the WWII-era Japanese Yamato and her sister ship, Musashi. They came late to the war and didn't survive it - in part because...

Chrysler New Yorker, 1955-1982

There's a reason it's known as the Empire State. New York is outsized and audacious - not a place for the timid. So is the car named after the Big Apple. It's...

Chevy Kingswood Estate wagon, 1969-1972

One of the greatest things about the Great Whales of the past was their names. Today, everything's alpha-numeric. "X" This and 123 that. All the good names have either been taken,...

AMC Ambassador, 1965-1974

American Motors Corporation may have descended from Hudson and Nash—brands whose hallmarks were modesty and efficiency—but by the mid 1960s, AMC began producing battlewagons of truly Bismarckian proportions. One of the most...

Good Luck Finding Performance Tires for Your Classic Muscle Car

If you own a '60s or '70s-era muscle car, you've probably become aware of an ironic problem: It is virtually impossible to find high-performance tires for these high-performance beasts. The BF Goodrich...

Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, 1964-1977

Here is a fact that some will find hard to swallow: GM's Oldsmobile division was once the number-three best-selling brand of car in the United States. Believe it or not. Given Oldsmobile's consumptive...
Skip to toolbar