Before the Nash-Healey and Austin-Healey, or even the Silverstone, there were simply Healeys, designed and built by Donald Healey from 1946-1954. But the Silverstone is the Healey with the most appeal today. Read about the 1950 Healey Silverstone.
Plymouth's 1955 vehicles represented a welcome change from previous years' designs. The chassis was stretched to 115 inches and featured upgraded shock absorbers and rear springs. Learn about the 1955 Plymouth and see photos.
The 2000 Plymouth Prowler was an attempt to capture the carefree spirit of the early muscle-car days. The Prowler was a strong-lined and ‘’fun’’ alternative to Plymouth's usual lineup. Learn more about this convertible.
The 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury was a top-of-the-line convertible with a handsome new look. The Furys Sports came standard with a 318 V-8 producing a mild 230-horsepower. Learn more about this classic convertible.
The 1950 Oldsmobile 88 was the first factory hot rod offering its Rocket V-8 engine at an affordable price. The 88 brought thousands of buyers the kind of performance once reserved for high-priced cars. Learn about this classic convertible.