Classic Cars

Classic Cars1923 Ford Model T: Death Becomes Uncle Rod
It’s Halloween and the dead are walking the Earth. The automobile industry is often closer to this grim and macabre notion than you might think. Are you ready for a true story? Ever since he was very young, Patrick Danis has loved T-Buckets, two-seat Ford Model T replicas with immense, …
Classic CarsEnter For A chance To Win A 1967 Mustang
Have you ever started a small project, only to watch it grow into something much bigger than you’d ever imagined? That’s exactly what happened with our Mustang project. Initially, the Car Guide team just wanted to buy an old car and ask students to restore it. Finding the vehicle (a …
Classic CarsThe Ford Mustang Turns 50 Today!
There are just two American cars that truly deserve to be called "icons." They are the Chevrolet Corvette and the Ford Mustang. The first is 60 years old and the other is turning 50 today! On April 17, 1964, Ford unveiled the car that would go on to capture the …
Classic Cars1967 Ford Mustang: Restoring the past for a better future
Two years from now, the Guide de l’auto will celebrate its 50th anniversary. Created in 1967, the publication was the brainchild of Jacques Duval and Alain Stanké, then an editor at Éditions de l’homme. The guide would go on to revolutionize the Quebec publishing industry and is now consistently the …
Classic CarsA Truly Tiny Time Machine: The 1981 Suzuki LJ80
It has been a very, very long time since driving enjoyment topped the list of a manufacturer’s design criteria. Fuel economy, safety, power, emissions and performance all leap-frogged good old fashioned fun decades ago, and given the current economic climate, aren’t about to take a back seat any time soon.
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