1958 MG Magnette
"This car was marketed to the young urban professional in England in the 1950s. I spotted mine in the used car ads in the newspaper in 1999. I could remember seeing only a couple of these even in the ’50s. Today, there are fewer than 200 in North America."
Credit: Mike Casey, Reminisce Extra March 2017
"We had a lot of fun and enjoyed getting together with several other couples, parading around, stopping as a group at a restaurant or just showing off. We got a lot of attention—some friendly waves and some envious looks," said the owners.
Credit: Sherman Smallwood, Reminisce Extra March 2017
1978 Monte Carlo
"My mother, Lorraine Fischer, bought this beautiful car brand new when she was in her 60s. It actually was her second choice. She first picked out a Chevy Nova but returned it, saying 'it had trouble making it up a hill.' She wanted something with more power. This two-tone beauty caught her eye, and it was love at first sight. It turned out to have all the power she wanted."
Credit: Linda Dills, Reminisce Extra January 2017
"Ernest [my husband] was thrilled with his MG. He loved to put the top down and drive with his scarf streaming out the back, his jaunty cap clinging to his head. I was more inclined to slouch behind the windshield to keep my long hair from swirling into a tangled mess."
Credit: J. Andrew, Reminisce Extra November 2016