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Classic Cars: 1964 Studebaker Avanti R3

The Avanti R3 in this article is truly an astounding piece of automotive history. Built by the Studebaker Engineering department, this car was a 1962 Model R Engineering Prototype. From the Studebaker “Passenger Car Production Order – Final Assembly Line” form, this car’s final assembly date was April 26 1962.

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2019 Ram 1500 Classic Warlock Unveiled in Toronto

Ram have unveiled the all-new 2019 Ram 1500 Classic Warlock at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto and is meant to pay homage to the original Warlock pickups from

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Holley’s New Vintage Series Two-Piece LS Valve Covers

Holley has announced the release of its Vintage Series Two-Piece LS Valve Covers which will immediately update the look of your LS engines with integrated coil mounts for Gen I

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Doreen’s ‘Husky Pup’: Duplicating a Legendary 4×4

The late Donald N. Chew’s calling card identified him as a Board Member at-Large for the American Truck Historical Society (www.aths.org), but the Coloradoan was more than that.

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Barn Find ’66 Dodge Camper Special

Story and photos by John Gunnell Someone told a woman that Dan McQuaid was into old cars. She asked him if he wanted to take a look at the yellow

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Feature: B.C. Vintage Truck Museum

There are car museums seemingly everywhere in North America, but far fewer exhibits dedicated just to trucks. Fewer still are the museums featuring only large commercial trucks, and such a facility is located in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey.

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Events: 49th Annual CAVAC Red Deer Swap Meet

The Central Alberta Vintage Auto Club is proud to present the 49th Annual Red Deer Swap Meet on May 4th and 5th at Westerner Park in Red Deer, Alberta. The

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Feature: Prices on “Army”-style Power Wagons are rising

Many years ago, when we lived in New York City, Con Edison supplied all the electricity, and this giant utility company used a fleet of Dodge Power Wagons as its primary service truck. We’d venture to guess that if Con Ed had saved all those trucks until 2018