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All You Ever Wanted to Know About Classic Luxury Cars
All You Ever Wanted to Know About Classic Luxury Cars
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The tale of the last days of a 1993 BMW 325i.

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For sale in The Showroom: 1963 Ford Thunderbird Limited Edition Landau

Just 2,000 built. All were Corinthian White with Rose Beige vinyl top and White leather and Rose Beige interiors. This car has a 390 V-8, full power, cold factory air conditioning, and every option offered except for AM/FM radio and 4-way power passenger seat. Has very rare vacuum door lock system, a new option for '63.

Restoration of a very nice original with less than 58,000 miles. $40,000 or make offer.

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For sale: 1978 Continental Mark V

One owner, Florida car with 92,000 miles. Equipped with Power Moonroof, forged aluminum wheels, speed control, and most of the options offered. Runs great, well maintained over the years. $7,500.

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Automotive photography has its challenges. For instance, how do you shoot a black car against a black background? The solution LOOK Magazine's photographers came up with surprised us!

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The quality of service customers receive at dealerships has long been an area of consideration by car makers. Here's an interesting proposal from the late sixties to improve communication between the customer and the service department.

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For sale: 1978 Ford Thunderbird Diamond Jubilee Editon with rare factory T-Roof option.

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On this date in 2004, the last Oldsmobile came off the assembly line in Lansing, Michigan. At the time, the 106-year-old auto maker was America's oldest.

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Convertible weather is here! Take a look at classic cars that were show stoppers when raising or lowering their tops.

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A reminder to check your brake lights periodically. If you haven't checked them, you can't be certain that they work!

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Trivia: On April 21, 1967, the 100 millionth General Motors (GM) vehicle rolled off the lines at the Janesville Assembly Plant in Janesville, Wisconsin. It was a blue 1967 Chevrolet Caprice Custom Coupe.
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