The Lockheed Martin ‘Dragon Wagon’ 901 is an amazing piece of history from the Viet Nam era — a newer version of one used during World War II. Designed to accommodate the needs of jungle warfare, this unique piece is a running and driving version comprised of both pieces. Just a few had been produced […]
Detroit ‘set the stage’ for the auto industry The beginnings of America’s love for the automobile led some people to collect every imaginable example of car and truck — Richard Oldham was one of those for whom collecting never lost its lustre. As the fabulous fifties and their iconic cars began to wind down and […]
Own a piece of Americana by having one of the same make and model automobiles John Dillinger chose as a getaway car in the biggest bank heist of that period, netting him a cool $75,000.00.A true slice of history, this show stopping ‘32 can cruise the backroads and bi-ways in style. Sporting a 117” wheelbase, […]
Factory Air, Immaculate Barn Find!
This fully RESTORABLE 1960 Impala Convertible is in high demand and extremely rare. In today’s market values this car, restored, is valued at NADA $75,500.00. Some fortunate soul will give this car back it’s original glory amd create for themselves an amazingly high-end collector car that will only continue to rise in value. With some […]
Many people know Richard Oldham from his work on his number one version replicar of the 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Nomad. As an official Chevrolet dealer in ‘those days’ [the early 70’s] he had a chance to view [and in one well-reviewed instance, purchase] prototypes of cars Chevrolet debuted at its world-renowned ‘MOTORAMA’. Tracking down witnesses […]
This nifty Ford Mustang GT is a great example of Ford’s ever popular Mustang which has maintained it’s high-grade reputation now for decades! This one is ready to go to it’s new home and will make someone a great daily driver. It has the original 289 wiith four bbl high performance, three speed manual transmission. […]
From childhood, Richard Oldham was obsessed with anything related to transportation. His horse from his teen years [Stargo’s namesake] carried him through the Arizona outback and even to school on ‘most days’. By the age of 10 he was figuring out how to work on cars and by 19 he was flying planes. Thus, the […]