The hugeness of this 1931 Pierce-Arrow Model 42 Dual-Cowl Sport Phaetonbelies the manufacturer’s description of it as a four-passenger motor car. The name’s almost as long as the car! This one, seen at this past summer’s car show held during the Fiddle Festin Springville, could be the very car used as a model for the artist who created the magazine ad illustration pictured below.
The roofline on this 1950 Chevrolet Styline Special Sport Coupe is one of four different profiles offered that year on Chevy’s two door models (five if you count the convertible). Also available were the sedan (notchbacked Styline and fastback Fleetline), and the two-door hardtop in the Bel Air series. (See the four closed versions below.)The roofline on these sport coupes is the most close-
The cars we remember in our neighborhoods 50 or so years ago… so many of them ended up on the scrap heap, yet myriad Tri-Fives, ‘Vettes, and two-seat T-Birds seem to have somehow survived. But every once in a while you come across something like this 1965 Ford Falcon Squireat a car show which puts a smile on your face. This was the top-of-the-line Falcon for MY 1965 — although,