Owner Contributed Photos

Old Studebaker Dealers

Ernest writes "Does anyone have any other pics of Keenan Motors? They were on Broad Street, Phila. PA in the 1960s. My 1962 Daytona was on display at the Phila. New Car Auto and delivered to Russell Pascale at Keenan Motors. I am looking for auto show pics. and Keenen Dealer items." If you've got any information, let us know - we'll pass it along
1967 Rambler

1976 Charger SE

Robert May writes "...a photo of my 76 Dodge Charger SE. I thought you might like the photo. I added a sunroof and dual exhaust with chrome wheels and sport tires. Maroon top and interior with Silver Cloud Metallic paint. This picture was taken in Howard, SD."

1918 Overland

Steve Allen sent these pictures of his car. It's a 1918 Overland 85-4 (Big 4, 35 HP). He notes that: "the Overland was a competitor of the model "T" but the Overland featured an electric starter and a real 3 speed transmission (plus reverse), neither of which were offered by Ford."

1915 and 1926 Model T's

1915, Brass with the wide-axle option, that was a little rare back then; originally sold near Seattle . 1926 ....no trophy winners, but clean good drivers, and a total brain flush learning to drive them nooo less.... the longest trip... Ontario to Birch Run Michigan - 2 days !@! with 1 in a thunderstorm (incredble experience) and forever stumbling onto freeways -"not a good idea!!"

1956 Lincoln Capri Coupe

Bob Bizjak of Fairport Harbor, Ohio writes: "This is my 1956 Lincoln Capri Coupe. After 26 years of being forgotten in a garage I brought it back to life. It's truly a joy to own and drive.

1958 Metropolitan

Gaines Evans of Mesquite, Texas sends these pictures of his '58 Metropolitan.

1956 DeSoto

Sergio Griebler's Brazilian 1956 DeSoto Diplomat Custom. It's a 6 cylinder, 117 HP Powerflite equipped car.

1926 Model T, 1936 Ford and 1958 Edsel

David writes: "This is my 26 Model T Ford roadster and my 36 Ford 4dr sedan. And a shot of my 58 Edsel that I bought when I was in highschool and owned for almost 20 years."

1948 Plymouth

Charlie Hurst writes: I took these last weekend right as it started to rain. My son and I drove around town and turned a few heads! It's interesting how both cars are radically different in their design, yet it would be hard to pick one over the other. And having all that chrome in contrast to the maroon paint.....that's something you don't see anymore.

Rocko's Heavy Chevy

This vintage pic of Rocko's Heavy Chevy was, in reality, taken in 2004. This Impala Sport Coupe is Rocko's favorite of all his old iron because "It's nice, but not TOO nice. I've had cars that were so cherry it wasn't any fun to drive 'em. This car is FUN." Presently powered by a Camaro HO 305, backed up by the original Saginaw 3-speed manual, and a set of 3:08 gears, she runs great, and the well-seasoned 20-year old glasspacks make running her up (or down) through the gears a real treat.

1973 AMC Matado

Jessica Gattman sent this picture of her 1973 AMC Matador.

1961 Mercury

1961 Mercury, Dwaine of Emmet, Idaho sent us this image of his Meteor.

1978 GMC Suburban

This is Doc Rusty's family car, shown here on a recent expedition to the Rockies near Jasper, Alberta. It's a 1/2 ton, 454 CID with 13,000 GAVW.


Henk Schaatsbergen sent this picture of a Diana in Finland

1946 Packard Clipper

Bob Rugh sent some pictures of his 1946 Packard Clipper