About Victory & ResedaVictory & Reseda is a website/blog telling the story of the automobile through the eyes of freelance automotive writer Randy Stern and friends. This website/blog serves as a virtual intersection of the automobile, its culture, the past, present and future of personal transportation. It also features travel pieces that center on the automotive experience.
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Category Archives: Historiography
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern In 1975, Cadillac took an important step to reclaim lost sales of their larger, more iconic automobiles. They introduced the Seville. The Seville represented a new kind of Cadillac – trim, small, but had … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern There was a time when two of the ultimate names in the British automotive industry was a single entity. It was an interesting case of co-development where two very different and distinctive motorcars were … Continue reading
Tweet Somewhere down there, Mike Trout will make the right decision… – All Photos by Randy Stern For being the most valuable person who participated in a major sporting event – they get a car. Giving away cars as prizes … Continue reading
Tweet A symbol of a world in transition (1972 Ford Gran Torino coupe) – All Photos by Randy Stern Forty-five years ago, we lived in interesting times. The USA general election produced a landslide victory for incumbent President Richard Nixon. … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern A hundred years ago, the truck market grew by two luminary nameplates. In 1917, Ford introduced their first truck – the TT. The next year saw Chevrolet answer with their One Ton. Both trucks … Continue reading
Tweet The first application of Sir Alec Issigonis’ engineering breakthrough – All Photos by Randy Stern, except otherwise noted Remember Sir Alec Issigonis? The innovation he created by switching the orientation of the engine, changing the traditional transmission to a … Continue reading
Tweet One “casualty” of the 1973 Oil Crisis – All Photos by Randy Stern Whenever I research and write out one of these Historiographies, one such event pops up in telling each story. The OPEC Oil Crisis. It is important … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern How do you replace the most iconic and popular car in the world? It was a monumental task to achieve a proper replacement for the Volkswagen Type 1 Sedan and Cabriolet. This was a … Continue reading
Tweet 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR – All photos by Randy Stern In 1917, a company that made ships decided to build a car. Over the next 100 years, it would make millions of them for a global audience. It … Continue reading