The passenger cabin of this next vehicle looks like a ride at an old fashioned amusement park or a county fair. It probably also drives like an old fashioned amusement park ride on the street, which is going to be both rickety and thrilling in equal proportions. I approve. Find this 1929 Ford Woody offered for $5,250 in Brewster, MA via craigslist. Tip from ME.
Before they became associated with grey hairs who’d given up on anything resembling performace, Buick was GM’s luxury performance brand. In 1955, their popularity peaked when 738,814 new Buicks found their way into homes everywhere from Springfield to Mayfield and Mayberry. While that would seem to suggest there are more 1955 Buicks to choose from […]