Category Archives: Look At What I Found!

Is This The Most Valuable Mustang On The Planet?

As I was parking my car in Mustang Alley at the Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise yesterday my attention was drawn to another Mustang that was being unloaded and put on display in the Credit Union One parking lot on Nine … Continue reading

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Look What I Found: An Electric Kyote

You don’t see dune buggies around much anymore, especially here in the midwest, so this Jeffries-designed Kyote II really stood out at a car show recently in Huntley, Ill.  On closer inspection I discovered that it offers another distinction:  it’s … Continue reading

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“What’s A Bricklin?”

I thought everybody knew what a Bricklin was.  The ill-fated car company founded by entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin in 1974 was one of the hottest topics of conversation when it was launched.  Malcolm Bricklin was a master at promoting himself.  He … Continue reading

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Automotive Oddities: Isuzu VehiCROSS

Scattered among the acres of bondo and rusted metal at this year’s Spring Jefferson (Wis.) car show were a handful of genuinely unique vehicles.  The Aussie Ford Falcon and the three Detroit humpbacks were interesting enough but remember this monster? … Continue reading

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Look What I Found: Aussie Falcon at Midwest Car Show

Though it was on the market in the U.S. for a mere 10 years, the Falcon is, arguably, one of Ford’s most significant and influential cars of the second half of the 20th century.  From its introduction it was a … Continue reading

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“World’s Most Exciting Small Car”
The King Midget

In the wake of World War II auto makers were having a field day.  The U.S. had enormous manufacturing capacity that was no longer needed for the war effort and G.I.s returning from service were flush with cash that they … Continue reading

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Building Race Cars in Beloit, Wis.

I drive by the building every day on my way to work.  It’s an innocuous looking, 12,000 square foot steel building on the far west side of town where, most of the time, there doesn’t appear to be much going … Continue reading

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Look What I Found: A Testarossa In An Unlikely Place

Last fall I posted a piece on a Ferrari that I saw in the showroom of Tom Peck Ford in Clinton, Wis.  Tom Peck is a small dealership in a very small town in southern Wisconsin with a significant portion … Continue reading

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Look At What I Found!: Honda S800 RSC

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet Once again, you never know what you’ll find. The Automotive Hall of Fame, … Continue reading

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Look At What I Found!: The Most Significant Car at the 2012 NAIAS:
Edsel Ford’s 1934 Model 40 Special Speedster

Click on the anaglyph stereo 3d image above to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery in 2d or your choice of S3D formats. After years of retrenching, financial crisis and bankruptcies, the world’s automakers are now introducing … Continue reading

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