And now…. for something completely different!
You may not know this about your humble scribe — but when not writing about brand-new cars all day long, he is often found roaming around auto junkyards.
Junkyards are so alluring and entertaining for a real car nut; they have a pull of the exotic, the mysterious, and the unknown at almost every visit.
Sure, most of the cars will be old Dodge Neons and unloved Isuzu Rodeos — but there is that rare chance of finding a diamond in the rough.
Here are so favorite American cars I have found over the years.
Junkyard Jems – Americana: 1961 Thunderbird, New Yorker, Mustangs and Rusty Tractors?
Tom Burkart is the founder and managing editor of Car-Revs-Daily.com, an innovative and rapidly-expanding automotive news magazine.
He holds a Journalism JBA degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Tom currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina with his two amazing dogs, Drake and Tank.
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