Vintage Cars

1972 K5 Blazer

The First Generation Chevrolet K5 Blazer first appeared in 1969 as a competitor to the already established International Harvester Scout and the Ford Bronco, despite its status as the new kid on the block, it was outselling both of its competitors within a year.

1917 Chevrolet Four-Ninety

In February 1938, on a typical Portsmouth Sunday night, high rolling poker players from the docked riverboats made their way to Market Street to gamble with their recently received wages.

1972 Honda N600

Between 1969 and 1972, Honda reportedly sold 15,500 N600 coupes and 35,000 N600 sedans in the U.S. … “Overall this 1972 N600 Sedan is a wonderful example of a now extremely rare and highly sought after model as the first Honda automobile officially imported into the United States,” the seller adds.

Glockner Horse Drawn Carriage

In 1981, Alex M. and Adolph assume management of the hardware store.
They add a line of horse-drawn buggies, sold to them by W.C. Durant, who later founded General Motors Corp.

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