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1970 Cuda AAR

1970 Cuda AAR

The 1970s was a decade marked by impressive muscle cars. Some notable vehicle entries from this period included the Plymouth Firebird, the Chevrolet Chevelle, the Ford Mustang Fastback, the AMC Hornet, and many other robust and high-performing muscle cars.  One of the most iconic muscle cars from the 1970s had only a brief production period, making them exceedingly rare. This …

236 Packard Phaeton

1926 236 Phaeton Packard Car: The Story of the Packard’s Life

The Packard Motor Car Company made a name for itself by producing high-quality and breathtaking luxury vehicles leading up to World War II. The company featured the iconic slogan, “Ask the Man Who Owns One,” boasting the company’s attention to excellence and opulence when developing their unforgettable automobiles. Packard cars were truly a force to be reckoned with, especially in …

Pontiac GTO royal bobcat

1969 GTO Royal Bobcat

The GTO was one of Pontiac’s most impressive achievements, and the automaker developed four generations of this powerhouse vehicle from 1963 to 1974 as well as a final generation in 2003. Although Pontiac produced numerous impressive iterations of the GTO, the most stunning was arguably the 1969 Pontiac GTO Royal Bobcat, a line of GTOs that were enhanced by the …

1969 GTO Convertible

1969 GTO Convertible: A Winning Design with a Few Small Tweaks

General Motors’ subsidiary Pontiac produced many groundbreaking cars throughout its 84 years in business, and they created some of their most iconic vehicles during the 1960s. One of the company’s most imposing and monumental achievements was its second-generation GTO, especially the 1969 convertible GTO.  Here’s a brief history and the specifications of Pontiac’s trailblazing 1969 GTO Convertible.  The Success of …

collector car estate planning

Listen to Classic Auto Insurance’s Jim Kruse on the Break/Fix Podcast

Classic Car Estate Planning Our very own Jim Kruse was invited to talk on the Break/Fix Podcast about Classic Car Estate Planning The Break/Fix Podcast is produced by Grand Touring Motorsports. Back in 2020, thanks to COVID forcing many racing venues to close temporarily, Grand Touring Motosport’s Crew Chief’s Brad (Break) and Eric (Fix) launched their Break/Fix Podcast. Brad and Eric have …

1937 Packard Super 8 – Model 120

The 1930s were a critical time for the automotive industry. The decade saw many groundbreaking vehicles, such as the 1932 Ford, the 1930 Buick Series 40 Phaeton, and many other remarkable cars.  One of the most noteworthy car developers of the decade was the Packard Motor Car Company. James Ward Packard, William Doud Packard, and George Lewis Weiss started this …

1929 Packard Phaeton Model 645: How to Identify a 633 from a 645

The Packard Motor Car Company released many impressive vehicles throughout the 1920s. The company dominated the luxury car industry and exported more cars in the luxury price range than any other American car company during the decade. Some of Packard’s most notable models came from the De Luxe Eight and Standard Eight series of vehicles that the company introduced in …

1927 Chrysler

1927 Chrysler Imperial Phaeton

Many breathtaking antique cars debuted in the 1920s, including the Studebaker Roadster, the Nash Touring, the Falcon Knight Roadster, and numerous more. And one of the most stunning and powerful cars of this decade was the 1927 Chrysler Imperial Phaeton. Chrysler’s Imperial made history through its impressive speed and performance, which established the automotive company as a major contender in …

plymouth barricuda

1971 Cuda Convertible

In 1971, Plymouth released one of the most impressive and precious pony cars in history: the 1971 Cuda convertible. This remarkable vehicle was part of the third-generation production of the Barracuda, which was technically the first pony car ever released. Although the vehicle wasn’t as popular as other muscle cars during its time, the car is now a hot collector’s …

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