In the Garage: LIers' classic cars
Check out some of Long Island's most memorable antique, classic or collectible cars. If you want to show off your car, e-mail your information and a jpg photo (at least 200 dpi) for consideration to David Fluhrer, Newsday Wheels; firstname.lastname@example.org
1951 Chrysler Imperial(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1951 Chrysler Imperial convertible is one of only 650 ever made, and comes with a Hemi V-8 and "Indian Metallica Brown" body.
1954 Ford Customline(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1954 Ford Customline two-door sedan has been restored inside and out, with some of the chrome replaced and engine compartment cleaned.
1958 Dodge D100(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This custom 1958 Dodge D100 features grafted 1957 DeSoto fins and a 1957 Chrysler V-8.
1969 AMC Hurst S/C Rambler(Credit: David Fluhrer)
Alan Annunziato's 1969 AMC Hurst S/C Rambler features a special Borg-Warner transmission, Dana rear end and front disc brakes.
1979 Pontiac Trans Am(Credit: David Fluhrer )
Christopher Mollish's 1979 Pontiac Trans Am brings back memories of "Smokey and the Bandit."
1985 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1985 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z owned by Rachel Boley features Chevrolet’s LG4 305-cubic-inch engine and a five-speed manual transmission.
1973 Jeep Commando(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1973 Jeep Commando owned by James Bohuslaw since 2013 features AMC’s venerable 304-cubic-inch V-8.
1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo owned by Danny Collins features an original 350 cubic-inch motor with a "whopping" 145 horsepower.