Way Back Wednesday: The Bentley MK VI


After being sold to Rolls Royce in 1931, Bentley produced the MK VI from 1946 to 1952. Originally, this car had an F head 4.3l straight six engine but moved to a 4.6 in 1951. The car came in either a 2 door or a 4 door and was controlled by a 4 speed manual transmission. All in all these … Continue reading

Way Back Wednesday: The Chevy Bel Air’s Golden Years


The remarkable year was 1950, when Chevrolet brought in a sweeping design for cars that established an archetype which stayed on for decades. The model was called Bel Air Hardtop convertible. It was Chevy’s counterpart of the new body style that was launched by Cadillac and Buick, Oldsmobile in late 1949. After the label was recognized, it was later simply called … Continue reading

Way Back Wednesday: The Raw Muscle That Was The Chevelle


Automobile aficionados can testify that the 1960’s were a roaring decade of non-stop excitement. These were the years where cars were more powerful than ever, and the muscle was palpable. These muscle cars were a huge hit during the era, and perhaps the greatest corner stone of the period was the Chevelle. It was a dominant, respectable muscle cars and … Continue reading

Way Back Wednesday – Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme


We want to start a new series of posts here on cartips.com called way back Wednesday… and you guessed it, it’s going to be on Wednesdays. We’re going to dredge up old cars from the past and take a look at how far we’ve come. To kick things off as the name suggests we’re going to take a look at … Continue reading