Category Archives: Look At What I Found!
Earlier this year I posted a dispatch from Door County (Wis.) regarding a 1968 Ford LTD that had been sitting in the front yard of a house along Highway 42 with a For Sale sign on it for several years … Continue reading
Porte des Morts. The name has a mystical ring to it. It means, literally, Door of Death or Death’s Door. It is the name that French fur traders gave to the narrow seaway between the northern-most tip of Wisconsin’s Door … Continue reading
This Fall’s trip to Door County didn’t yield the plethora of roadside rust buckets that I was expecting but it did not disappoint, either. In fact, within the first 48 hours I came across these three beauties, none of which … Continue reading
As you approach the village of Ephraim, Wis., from the south you see this sign marking its village limits. There’s just one problem. It’s spelled wrong.
Filled as it is with cherry orchards, wineries and doily shops, you wouldn’t think Door County, Wis., would have much to offer the car enthusiast and yet on each of my trips up here I have managed to find something … Continue reading
Click on the anaglyph stereo 3D image to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery of photos in 2D or your choice of S-3D formats. As a former Cutlass owner (purple ’69), I think this car looks good … Continue reading
“There are those that look at things the way they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?” –Robert Kennedy
On a road trip to Eau Claire, Wis., today I spotted this dynamic duo on I-94 north of Tomah. GMC motorhomes are a pretty rare sight on the roads these days and Yugos even more so. When was the … Continue reading
Look this car over carefully. You won’t find the word “mustang” on it anywhere, and not because Ford was so confident people would just know what it is that they could leave the name off (as they do today). … Continue reading