This question always solicits opinions. Of course, the answer depends on the significance of the vintage car we are talking about. Or does it? There is no right or wrong answer. We came across this YouTube video that demonstrates how the Ford Motor Museum deals with one of its most significant residents – particularly when its damaged in shipping.
Don’t get all excited because he’s not for sale. Meet The Colonel. He’s our 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230S Rally Car Tribute to be. We have fond memories of these old S-Klasse sedans. My Uncle Eugene had one when everyone else in the family drove Caddies. Not my parents but everyone else. They make great vintage rally cars because they are relatively inexpensive to buy, pretty expensive to get ready to rumble yet fun, comfortable and reliable. We’re fans of BaT and they have a really nice build. Unlike theirs, ours will remain mechanically unmodified. So what’s with The Colonel you ask? Read More