Volvo P1800 Coupe From 1961

The Volvo P1800 Coupe was first presented to the public at the 1960 Brussels Motor Show. The company then turned to Jensen Motors to build the new car as it had underutilised production lines. They contracted Pressed Steel in Linwood, Scotland to build the unibody shells and then transported them to Jensen in West Bromwich, […]

The Volkswagen T1 From 1950 to 1999

The first generation of VWs was the T1, which was a predecessor to the iconic Samba. This vehicle had no side windows and no upholstery in the cargo area. However, the T1 had more modern features, such as a dashboard with a more extensive instrument panel. The Samba became a popular model after its introduction, […]

Volkswagen Beetle From 1972 – The Super Beetle

The 1973 Super Beetle was a radical redesign of the first-generation Beetle. It had a padded dashboard instead of the flat dashboard used since 1958. The new dash was angled to accommodate future air bags and to improve ventilation inside the car. It also featured an air vent channel near the front windshield to deliver […]

Plymouth Belvedere Sport Sedan From 1957

The third generation of the Plymouth Belvedere was introduced for the 1957 model year. This was the second generation to feature a sedan, while the fifth and sixth generation featured a coupe. The 1957 Belvedere was available in four different body styles, including a convertible. The top-of-the-line model was the two-door hardtop coupe. Its distinctive […]

The Oldsmobile Special 66 Station Wagon From 1948 to 1956

The Oldsmobile Special 66 Station Wagon was a classic automobile made between 1948 and 1956. The first one was built in 1928 and had a wheelbase of 118 inches. It had a four-speed manual transmission and was powered by a two-liter, eight-cylinder engine. Standard equipment included a safety glass, cigarette lighter, and dual horns. The […]

Jan Keteleer

A Woman Diving Artist Jan Keteleer began painting water in 2003. Since then, he has become widely known for his paintings featuring women’s diving into and swimming underwater. His work has been likened to the Hudson River School and Barbizon School of paintings and is in numerous private collections. His paintings of nature are often […]

The Packard Eight Sedan From 1948 – A Classic Car

The 1948 Packard Eight Station Sedan was an affordable and reliable car that helped the company build a successful company during the post-World War II era. It was the most popular of the Packard models during this period, accounting for over one-third of the total production in 1948. Its stylish body featured a wood tailgate […]

The Pontiac Station Wagon From 1956

The Pontiac Station wagon was introduced in 1956. It was the first full-size American car to offer a folding rear seat. It was available in two-door or four-door versions. In 1976, the wagon was restyled with a wider wheelbase and more powerful engine. The Safari model was longer than the previous year’s model, and added […]

Review of Fine Art America

This is our Fine Art America review, and we’ll give you a quick rundown of the website’s many features. This art marketplace is popular and boasts over ten million products, including everything from coffee mugs to yoga mats. They have almost 19 million art prints, and while their selection is vast, they lack in fine […]