Category Archives: Pony Car

Mustang, Mustang

Mustang, Mustang

'67 Ford MustangWith the Mustang, Ford created a new class of cars, the pony car. Less performance-oriented and a little easier on the wallet than a muscle car, the pony car represents the best of both worlds. With the production of the Mustang, and subsequent competitors such as the Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger, the automotive industry offered consumers sporty cars with some performance characteristics at a price that many could afford.

1970 Olds 442

1970 Olds 442As a member of the muscle car category, the Olds 442 proved its worth the hard way: Originally, the Olds 442 was an optional package for the F-85 and Cutlass models, beginning in 1964. After the Pontiac division of General Motors experienced an unexpected success with the release of the The Tempest GTO the same year, Oldsmobile quickly compiled the package to keep buyers interested. The 442 did not become an actual car model independent of others, until 1968.

A Look At Classic Car Commercials

A Look At Classic Car Commercials

66 Ford MustangTelevision commercials from the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s had a certain charm that today’s commercials could never match even despite the slickness of their modern-day sheen. It is interesting to take a look back at these commercials for a look at the advertising styles of the day, as well as to get a glimpse into the demographics of the time. It is especially telling in the world of car advertisements, as old commercials help to indicate how manufacturers were attempting to position their cars in the marketplace.

How to Ship a Classic Car

How to Ship a Classic Car

Auto TransportIf you want to appreciate human ingenuity you can never go wrong with a proper classic car. Such vehicles remind us of a time when things were built to last. They show us that beauty, utility and tenacity can all go together to create an actual piece of art.

Streetside Classics Now Open in Phoenix

Streetside Classics Now Open in Phoenix

PhoenixThe growing Streetside Classics family continues to expand and offer more locations to better serve their car-loving customers. The latest location for Streetside recently opened in Mesa, Arizona, just minutes from downtown Phoenix. The Phoenix showroom joins the original location in Charlotte, as well as showrooms in Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Tampa, and Nashville.

Founder Donna Robbins opened the original Charlotte showroom in 2008 after ten years in the business of buying and selling classic cars. She set out with a working philosophy of always putting customers first and driven by a passion for collectible cars and never looked back. Robbins and her team now have one of the biggest sales volumes for collector cars in the country.

Car Classes from the 1960s

Car Classes from the 1960s

'69 Plymouth Road RunnerToday’s automotive lingo includes car classes like exotic, luxury, compact, and sporty – to name a few. Even though most people can name at least one car that would fit into each of these modern category, these categories have not always been. The 1960s was the first decade to see a wide variety of different cars and the categories from the 1960 were quite different than the ones used today. In the 1960s, drivers could pick from pony cars, muscle cars, economy cars, and executive cars.

The Muscle Car and Pony Car

Platt Motors

Platt Motors

Platt Motors LogoSince 1931 the family behind Platt Motors in Anderson, California have been buying and selling classic cars. As the only classic car dealership in the Redding area, this is the go-to spot for finding your dream car or for selling your car when it’s time to let go. Whether you live in the area or not, when you work with Platt Motors you can expect to get the best, most honest service and a great deal.

ASAP Transport Solutions

TransportationASAP Transport Solutions

ASAP Transport Solutions, based in the heart of the U.S. in Lenexa, Kansas, ships cars and other types of vehicles all over the country and Canada, even to and from Alaska and Hawaii. With a reliable, dedicated, and experienced staff, they provide safe transportation for any kind of vehicle, including expensive and rare classic and exotic cars. When you have a beloved vehicle, you only want the most trusted transporters to move it for you, which is why so many classic car enthusiasts go with ASAP Transport Solutions.