Collectible Automobile 1992 October 1966-70 Buick Riviera 1956-8 Studebaker 1938

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Collectible Automobile 1992 October 1966-70 Buick Riviera 1956-8 Studebaker 1938
Collectible Automobile 1992 October
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1966-70 Buick Riviera: Stealing T-Bird's Thunder?
Until the '63 Riviera bowed, Ford's high-flying Thunderbird faced no real competition in the personal-luxury field it had opened up. The '63 Riv gave Buick a much-acclaimed entry, and as author Michael Lamm points out, the impressive new second-generation 1966-70 Rivieras actually rose to clip the 'Bird's wings in 1969!
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1956-58 Studebaker: GM Could Have Sold a Lot of These. . . .
Studebaker was in deep trouble when it developed its 1956 models. Sales were below break-even, wages were too high, and banks were reluctant to loan the money needed for all-new models. Stude was thus forced to facelift an aging bodyshell for three years. Richard M. Langworth gives the results.
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1962-64 Dodge: "The New Lean Breed"
Suffering from weird styling in 1961, and shrunken cars in 1962, Dodge pinned its comeback hopes on a more mainstream look and ultra-hot performance. Jeffrey I. Godshall describes the turmoil at Dodge in the early '60s and explains what the beleaguered marque did to pull itself from ninth in production in '62 to sixth in '64.
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1979-86 Mercury Capri: Under Mustang's Shadow
The Mustang-based Capri offered several interesting models during its eight-year lifetime, but was largely overshadowed in the marketplace by the Ford Mustang. Capri expert Sandy Block talks about the hottest models, including the rare ASC/McLarens, cars that are already being avidly collected.

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