This 1958 Ford Thunderbird is a beautiful example of what made the T-Birds so popular in their day! So stylish and slick, they had a following from their earliest inceptions — and this one was a sleeper that’s never lost it’s lustre in the collector car market.
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 […]
We’ve got a lot of restorable cars — hundreds of them, in fact. There are no parts for sale and the cars chosen are generally complete. As a car aficionado over the last 70 years, Oldham has made a career of collecting cars far longer than most — and they pique his interest yet today. […]
No story better depicts the ups, downs and questions amidst the world of valuations [and fraudulent claims] better than this one involving JFK’s ambulance ride Replicars hold a fascination for Americans and an antiquities market for collectors that includes museums and other collection oriented facilities. That market, of course, varies from one collector to another. […]