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A Classic Muscle Car Family - Part 2

Since completing the restoration on their '66 Chevelle in 1995...

A Classic Muscle Car Family - Part 1

In 1989, on Rossville Blvd. sat a 1966 red Chevelle with a black vinyl top,

Driving the Dream – Part 2

While driving home one night in June of 1982...

Driving the Dream – Part 1

Chattanooga resident Phil Higgins has had a passion for the Corvette for many years.

Lady's Choice

For most of us, there is that one car that stands out in our memories.

1969 Z28 Camaro

It was the summer of 1969; I was sixteen years old when I saw the car that I knew I would own someday.

Starsky and Hutch Gran Torino

I purchased my 1976 Starsky and Hutch Gran Torino on April 8, 1976...

Readers Rides from the past: Olds makes memories for life

In 1970 I accompanied my sister’s husband to an Oldsmobile dealership in Williamsburg, Va.

Black Sapphire

Sale Creek resident, Troy Green is no stranger to the world of classic cars.

Readers’ Rides from the past: Stoney’s ‘66

Steve Spurgeon’s F100 pickup has been in his family since 1966.

Brandywine Candy Apple Red Debut

This 1934 Ford Coupe made its debut at the 2009 Chattanooga World of Wheels.

‘54 Legend

Royce Lippard found his treasure last year in West Palm Beach, FL.

Between Brothers - Part 2

Over the course of a couple of years, brothers Anthony, Will and Randy Garner continued restoration on Anthony’s ‘55 Chevy truck.

Between Brothers - Part 1

Ringgold resident Anthony Garner is the proud owner of a ‘55 Chevrolet pickup truck.

1970 AMX = Muscle - Part 2

After blowing the engine in his ‘69 AMX...

1970 AMX = Muscle Part 1

Woodstock, Ga. resident, Doug Noland, brought his 1970 AMX out to show at this year’s Chattanooga World of Wheels.

The Trade – Classic for Classic

Having been one of the first members of the Chickamauga chapter of the Antique Car Club with a 1927 Dodge

The Journey - Part 6

Jeff and Pam Rearden began restoration on their ‘57 Bel Air on Apr. 3, 2004.

The Journey - Part 5

Freddie Hafley of Freddie’s Rod Shop was not only able to breathe new life into Jeff and Pam Reardens’ old Bel Air...

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