Collectible Automobile 2004 June 1969-70 Mercury Jeep Wagoneer 1935-6 Pontiac

Collectible Automobile 2004 June 1969-70 Mercury Jeep Wagoneer 1935-6 Pontiac

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Collectible Automobile 2004 June 1969-70 Mercury Jeep Wagoneer 1935-6 Pontiac
Collectible Automobile 2004 June
Page Eight
1935-36 Pontiac: Time of Transition
The art and science of making automobiles advanced greatly during the Thirties. At middecade, between the buggy-inspired engineering that came before and the raft of great new innovations about to follow, was a generation of Pontiacs with ties to both eras. The enticing package they formed was wrapped in a broad band of silver, explains Don Keefe.
Page Twenty-Two
Eminent "M"s: The Story of the 1969-70 Full-Sized Mercurys
The latter half of the Sixties saw Mercury make increasing efforts to position its full-size family cars as something just short of a Lincoln Continental. The restyled and expanded line of big cars issued by the Ford Motor Company's medium-priced make in 1969 advanced that objective considerably. Healthy sales were the payoff. Phil Skinner provides the details.
Page Forty
Toledo's Glamorous Workhorse: The Story of the 1963-92 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer
While Willys Motors dominated the market for four-wheel-drive vehicles, there was little need to update its Forties-vintage Jeep Station Wagon. But when industry rivals began entering the field in the late Fifties, writes Patrick Foster, creating a modern replacement became an imperative.
Personality Profile
Page Sixty-One
William L. Mitchell: A Lifetime Love Affair with the Automobile
From his start at General Motors in 1935 to his retirement as vice president for design in 1977, William Mitchell left an indelible mark on the look of cars at the world's largest automaker. Gary Witzenburg, who worked as a speechwriter for Mitchell in his last years at GM, recalls his ideas and his impact.
Museum Pass
Page Seventy-Three
1929 Oldsmobile Showroom: One Man's Passion
Phil Fischer loves 1929 Oldsmobiles a lot. The Metamora, Illinois, man has collected five so far- including some very rare ones-hopes to land a sixth, and has surrounded them with period literature and dealership furnishings. He's happy to show off his "showroom" just for the asking.

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