My Car Quest

June 26, 2017

The Dodge Storm Z-250 By Bertone

by Mike - The 1953 Storm Z-250 was developed by Chrysler engineer Fred Zeder to evaluate the feasibility of producing a vehicle that would capture a portion of the growing American sports car market. Built on a rigid tube frame chassis it … [Read more...]

Too Cool For School – A Marriage Of Beauty And Style, The Dodge Charger III

by Mike - I have always loved the Chrysler and Dodge concept cars and here is a beauty from 1968 – the Dodge Charger III which was the most aerodynamic car built by Chrysler Corporation up to that time. This was a futuristic design … [Read more...]

The Original Dodge Charger – What A Fastback!

by Mike - There are many cars that I wanted to own when I was younger and this is one of them. I loved the fastback design of the Dodge Charger in 1966. This is not a pony car, it is larger than Mustangs and Camaros. It is in a different niche … [Read more...]

Car Advertisements And Beautiful Women – Continued

by Mike - The Post yesterday, Car Advertisements And Beautiful Women, resulted in several comments sent to me directly in addition to the Comments at the end of the Post. Here are some advertisements and brochures sent in by readers with some of … [Read more...]

Pickup Trucks – An Opportunity For A Progressive Concours d’Elegance?

by Mike - Ford introduced the first purpose built pickup truck in 1925; it was based on the Model T. They called it the "Ford Model T Runabout with Pickup Body." I guess Ford gets credit for coining the term “pickup” too. By 1932 Ford had sold … [Read more...]

Can You Guess What This Is? – A Hint, It Did Not Go Into Production

by Mike - I have always loved the Chrysler and Dodge concept cars and here is a beauty from 1968 – the Dodge Charger III which was the most aerodynamic car built by Chrysler Corporation up to that time. This was a futuristic design in 1968 … [Read more...]

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