A 1951 Ford is a pretty regular vehicle. For this particular model year, the Blue Oval filled its model lineup with a Tudor Sedan, the Victoria hardtop, a Country Squire wagon, and the Crestliner sport sedan. Engine choices fell between a 3.7-liter inline-6 and a 3.9-liter flathead V-8. These were modest cars for modest times.
A classic Mercedes-Benz is a wonderful machine. The cars tend to be rock solid, and they last forever when maintained properly. Jay Leno has one in his collection, and it recently came off a fairly extensive restoration. Leno's car is a 1971 Mercedes 280 SE 3.5 Coupe, and it's a shining example of the wonder
In the world exists only seven Koenigsegg One:1s. Just one of them habits in the U.S.—and Jay Leno drove it. Leno doesn’t actually own this vehicle, even he's still completely impressed by it, as it is clear by his reaction when he saw it, featured in this recent episode of Jay Leno’s Garage. The vehicle