Ride of the Week Archives - Tomorrows Technician
Ride Of The Week: Triumph Spitfire 4

About 45,753 Triumph Spitfire 4s were produced from 1962-1964. During the car’s first year on the market, Triumph’s U.S. sales climbed 25 percent and overall sales went up 30 percent! Sales continued on a strong trend.

Ride Of The Week: Gooding & Company’s Two Rare Sport Cars

Gooding & Company will soon present two rare and iconic sport cars – both of which have remained untouched for decades – at the company’s Amelia Island Auction held on March 9, 2018.

Ride Of The Week: 2018 Roush 729 Mustang

Finished in the commemorative hue of Ford Grabber Green, of which only 95 Boss 429s were painted in 1970, the Roush 729 features the company’s all-new 2018 Mustang body kit, as well as a custom wide-body kit designed by Roush and Stratasys.

Ride Of The Week: Bullet Nose 1951 Studebaker

In 1951, TV was becoming a factor in the sports world. As TV made sports a bigger part of life, interest in sporty cars grew. Studebaker made its 1951 Commander models sportier by reducing size and adding new engines.

Ride Of The Week: 1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

With the announcement of its 1953 models, Cadillac Motor Division continued to lead the American automobile industry in engine power, since its 1953 V8s developed 210 hp.

Ride Of The Week: 1992 Porsche 911 964 RS Touring

One of only 11 examples ever made, this stunning 1992 Porsche 911 (964) RS Touring is one of only six UK right-hand drive versions, making it rarer still, and comes from a family collection of Porsches.

Ride Of The Week: 1962 Studebaker Lark

In 1959, Studebaker brought out a new car called the Lark that looked dramatically different from previous models, even though it incorporated the same main body structure used since 1953.

Ride Of The Week: 1938 Chevrolet Hot Rod

Russ Zengle of Caledonia, WI, is a Chevy hot rod owner, but not a small-block Chevy engine fan. His 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe two-door sedan actually has an in-line, overhead valve, six-cylinder truck engine.

Ride Of The Week: 1964 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire

The Wagonaire introduced by Studebaker in 1963 was one of the most unique station wagons of the decade.

Ride Of The Week: 1964 Ford Country Squire

All 1964 full-size Ford station wagons were four-door models. The Country Sedans were the base trim level station wagons for 1964, with the Country Squires being the top trim level.

Ride Of The Week: Custom 1987 Defender 90

East Coast Defender’s recent “Project Blackout” showcases the balanced power of the LC9 small-block engine wrapped inside a handcrafted, black-on-black Defender 90.

Ride Of The Week: 1996 American Motors Hummer Owned By Tupac Shakur

The fully loaded vehicle was customized by the late rapper and comes equipped with a 6.5-liter, turbo diesel V8 engine with automatic transmission and only 10,101 miles.