Ford, GM, and Chrysler weren't the only game in town for American-made work trucks in 1959.
A late-1960s-style big Ford wagon that was still being made in the 1980s, this 1983 Mercury Grand Marquis Brougham wagon showed up in a Northern California wrecking yard.
Mitsubishi V6, 5-speed manual, Bordello Red interior, and a soft top.
Not just a Brougham. A ROYALE Brougham!
The Buick-badged sibling to the Chevy Malibu and Olds Achieva
Believe it or not, some PT Cruiser buyers bought three-pedal version.
Complete with big 430-cubic-inch V8 and split bucket seats, this 1969 Buick Wildcat was a big, powerful sedan for high-rollers with a bit of the devil in them. Now its driving days are finished.
When you know you're a car's final owner, you get to decorate it any way you like. That's what happened with this 1991 Toyota Corolla DX station wagon in a San Francisco Bay Area wrecking yard.