For all you car buffs

Great link. Just about every brochure from the 1920’s on up on just about every American car. Enjoy.


Great find thanks … Roy

The brochures are great. I love the old cars.
Let me introduce you to my “Therapist”. There is nothing like driving around in a 1968 Camaro with the rumble of a big block to melt away the stress of life.

Very cool.

Thanks for the link. I will send it out to my car club members. I am treasurer of the Kansas City Fiero Owners Group; KCFOG.

I have one of the last 1988 Fiero GT’s built. Won many trophies. V-6 5-speed. Takes me away from the stresses of life on some nice evenings. It has upset many a Mustang GT and Camaro owners.

I have a 64 and a 70 Falcon hardtops but still no brochures.

I have a vintage 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager woodgrained van.

ONLY because I can’t afford to get rid of it this year.

The former ride, 1969 Barracuda Convertible:

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I miss my 68 Impala, 327, two door hardtop.

I miss my Pacer…never a blind spot :slight_smile:

I had a 68 Fairlaine small block (289) for a while.
My favorite was a 72 Impala Sport Coupe , what a tank…

by law in most states you must keep a case of windex on hand!

68 280z straight six, you could not kill that car. It did try to kill me several times.

Before that 77 cutlass supreme 350 with 4bbl

Then of course, there is the car that started it all…sort of…
1979 Dodge Magnum.
410 stroked small block “sleeper”!


You must mean a 78 280Z. The first “Z” cars were manufactured in 1969 but those were the 240Z. I bought my first one on Feb 13, 1972 for $4546.13 out the door, tax and license.

Now it could have been the Datsun 2000 Roadster. That was the predecessor for the 240Z and also had the straight six. Great car. I had the 4 banger 1600 model. Best convertible at the time. I still see it on the road when I visit home in SoCal.

College (1977 - 1982) drove a 1960 Austin Healey 3000 BN7 - straight 6
Then a 1965 Sunbeam Tiger - 260 cu in (Carol Shelby Mod.)
Just sold my 1966 Corvette Stingwray convertible 327 ci 350 hp (56k orig mi)
Still have 1964 1/2 mustang conv. (second owner) had it since 1983

**Sure do miss the corvette, and my brother owns the Sunbeam - If we could only keep them all!!! **

You might like this On line magazine .