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January 24, 1957 – The 10,000,000th Plymouth

January 24, 1957 – The 10,000,000th Plymouth

If you wanted a cheap car in 1928, you had quite a few options. Ford's first all new car since 1908, the Model A, could be had that year for around $500. A similar sized Chevrolet could be parked in your driveway for less than $100 more. Or, if ...

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Woody Wagon For Sale: 1977 Ford Country Squire – $7,800

Woody Wagon For Sale: 1977 Ford Country Squire – $7,800

By Cody Clark What would you give to live the dream? How about $7,800? That's the price on this fantastic 1977 Ford LTD Country Squire available on Craigslist in Scarsdale, New York. Showing off a lumber yard’s worth of wood paneling, outstan...

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January 22, 1990 – Cord & Duesenberg designer Gordon Buehrig dies

January 22, 1990 – Cord & Duesenberg designer Gordon Buehrig dies

Legend has it that Gordon Buehrig was expelled from his design college for drawing cars on textbooks. While the punishment may not fit the crime, if true, he didn't let it affect his day dreams. Those sketches soon, quite soon really, became rea...

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