Retired photojournalist Doug Ball's 1965 BSA Lightning roared in the Scottish motorbike racing circuit in the ’60s, tore around Quebec and Ontario in the ’70s,
Mike Morrissey's 1954 Chevy pickup has been in TV commercials, used as a promotional vehicle, and it has delivered a bride — a friend's daughter
Murray Pearen's 1943 Harley Davidson motorcycle, once left idle and rescued from a Manitoba garage in 1966, is part of his family history.
Matt Stimpson loved his first car, a 1971 Saab 96, so much that he had to bring the "Green Cucumber," as his friends nicknamed it,
Bought at an auction, Michael Wiseman's 1950 Dodge Fargo is a rare sight to behold, as the vehicles were primarily built for the Canadian market.
Brian and Christine Sargeson's two-tone tangelo orange and snow white 1955 Chevy 210 is a "joy to drive" and a tasty looking sight to behold.
Originally serving as Ladder 20 with the Philadelphia Fire Department, John MacFarlane's 1962 Mack B-85F fire truck had more than a couple of owners before
Retired auto racer and automotive journalist Gary Magwood has owned several Citroëns, and his 1955 Traction Avant is fine specimen of the car company founded
This 1928 Chevy truck has been a big part of John Mytroen’s life. A teenager when his grandfather gifted it to him, he refurbished and