Many today know the Town & Country name from Chrysler minivans and, until 30 years ago, station wagons, too. To the vintage car enthusiast, however, Town & Country means Chrysler’s wood-body cars offered in 1941-1942 and 1946-1950....More.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
The ’57 was the final year of the “Tri-Five Chevys.” Chevy caused a sensation with its 1955 model, which infused an affordable mainstream car with glamor. The ’56 facelift added more glitz, but the ’57 makeover looked like a completely different car -- less boxy and, well, sexier....More.