Motor Trend - 1963

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January
Car Of The Year Award (How and why MT screens the candidates); Plymouth Sport Fury Test (Clean lines complement clean heels); Race-Tuning MT's Ramcharger (Details of our Research Project II); Cadillac Cross-Country (Testing GM's top prestige car); Freeway Fallout (What they find on L.A.'s freeways); Bred To Race (Analyzing Corvette's new engineering); Mustang (Ford's futuristic design laboratory); Buick Wildcat Road Test (The strong, silent type stocker); Know Your Car, Part II (Discussion of transmissions, drive lines); V-8 Too Big To Forget (Ford's "483" in Bonneville records); Charlotte National 400 (Pontiac's re-entry into big winnings); Pontiac X-400 (Factory customized styling study); Lark Wagonaire Road Test (Driving the new sunroof Stude); Okay, You Dirty Guys! (The filthiest race in the U.S.); European Report (New cars from overseas manufacturers); Rare Car Collection (Klink touring in four colors); It's A Fooord? (The legend of Henry's Old 999) Departments - Editor's Auto-Graphs; Letters; Spotlight On Detroit; Classic Comments; Car Clinic; Inside The Industry; New Products; Stock Talk
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February
Two Rambler Tests (MT's Car of the Year in action); American Road Test (Loaded convertible with Twin-Stick); Rambler History (An album of noteworthy achievements); Rambler Engineering (Car of the Year's technical analysts); Dodge Dart Road Test (Better ideas in a bigger package); Showcase 1963 (Pictorial on the AMA's big display); Le Mans V-326 Test (Tempest's storming new powerplant); Dixie 400 (Stock car thrills at Atlanta); NSU-Wankel (Driving the latest prototype); Know Your Car (Part III of a series); Boat-Tail Speedster (Stutz originated the body style); Rare Car Collection (1919 Templar in full color); European Report (From the Turin Auto Show) Departments - Editor's Auto-Graphs; Letters; Spotlight On Detroit; New Products; Classic Comments; Car Clinic; Stock Talk; Inside The Industry
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June
Studebaker Super Hawk (Test of the Bonneville-bred champion); Keep Cool (All facts on accessory air conditioners); Indianapolis, 1963 (Preview of coming attractions); Hughes 269-A Helicopter (Flight testing a new flying flivver); Speed Minders (Automatic throttle devices evaluated); Corvair Spyder Convertible (Road testing the enthusiasts' choice); Simca 1000 (New rear-engined Chrysler Corp. import); Select Your Own Octane (Pump blends regular and premium); Olds Dynamic 88 (High quailty plus solid engineering); Automotive Milestones (The first Haynes-Apperson, 1894); Campers (Pointers on picking the right equipment); Atlanta 500 (Lorenzen, Ford take NASCAR classic); 66 Years & Still Steaming (Granddad and Stanley keep boiler hot); Oil Is Oil Is Oil (BUT it's not quite that simple); European Report (Ramblings from across the seas); Mobil Economy Run (Results and winners of all classes); Sebring 12 Hours (Results and winners of all classes); The 1917 Mercury (Sidelight on an interesting name) Departments - Spotlight On Detroit; Editor's Auto-Graphs; Letters; New Products; Stock Talk; Classic Comments; Car Clinic; Inside The Industry
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July
Olds F-85 Cutlass (Unblown but almost as hot); Belted Tires (Some casings for better performance); Empi's Impish Sportster (Kit car using Volkswagen components); Lincoln Continental (Testing FoMoCo's luxury sedan); Crash For Safety (Run sled for experimental accidents); Toyota Land Cruiser (Roughing it up with a 4WD tiger); MG Sports Sedan (1100cc powerplant and water suspension); Franklin Pursuit Phaeton (A rare restoration by Tony Gianimo); Automotive Milestones (Ralph Mulford in the slowest Indy); The Turning Wheel (GM's permanent L.A. museum exhibit); Race Car Design Contest (Winning race-machine safety devices); Yankee 300 (USAC classic for stock cars); Hitch & Go (Starting a new monthly feature); Shell 4000-Mile Rally (Chevy II garners the prizes); European Report (News and addenda from all over) Departments - Spotlight On Detroit; Editor's Auto-Graphs; Letters; New Products; Classic Comments; Stock Talk; Car Clinic; Inside The Industry
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August
Factory Show Cars (Specials that might speed up the future); Avantis, A Pair (A cool and a hot one put through the paces); Crystal-Balling The '64s (Styling trends to come in the new year); VW 1500 & 1200 Road Test (Two of Wolfsburg's finest appraised); You Belt Your Life! (Buckle that belt and live a little); Comet S-22 V-8 (Road test of the 260-inch compact); Bigger Engines For Compacts (More will be going to V-8s for '64); Dodge Polara 500 (Testing a stormer with four-speed); Signs Of Our Times (Coming standardization of road signs); Indianapolis 500 (Clash of giants at the old Brickyard); Imperial Road Test (LeBaron luxury from Chrysler Corp.); Automotive Milestones (The riding mechanic at Indy); Hitch & Go (More efficiency for trailer towers); Charlotte World 600 (Another first for Freddie Lorenazen) Departments - Spotlight On Detroit; Editor's Auto-Graphs; Letters; New Products; European Report; Classic Comments; Car Clinic; Stock Talk
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October
1964 Cars; Buick; Thunderbird; Chrysler; Plymouth; Mercury; Comet; Studebaker; Dodge; '64 Mercury Road Test (With a '39 Merc test thrown in); 25 Years With Mercury (History and highlights of the company); Dodge's Golden Anniversary (50 years of dependability and development); Volvo 122-S & P-1800S (Road tests of two Swedish imports); High & Fast (41st annual Pikes Peak hillclimb); Corvair - Part II (Putting more hair on the Corvair); Day Of The Duners (Convention report from Pismo Beach); 1913 Peugot At Indy (Frenchmen dominated the Brickyard); Hitch & Go (Financing and driving camping rigs); Projexions (The shape of cars of the future); Craig Breedlove Streaks (Californian tops old world record); Smokey Yunick Speaks (Top NASCAR mechanic sets record straight) Departments - Spotlight On Detroit; Editor's Auto-Graphs; Letters; European Report; Classic Comments; Car Clinic; Stock Talk; New Products
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