NEW Classic Car Posters – Steel and Chrome

On April 21, 2018, in New from AutoLit, by AutoLit

The Steel and Chrome series are new posters featuring original automobile factory photographs that celebrate the diversity of automotive design and history through the years where steel and chrome construction featured most prominently in the personality of the automobiles being manufactured. This classic car poster set is an AutoLit Exclusive and is available as a […]

Walter Miller NCC News Interview

On June 24, 2015, in Articles in Print, by AutoLit

Walter Miller was interviewed by Andi Mucasey of NCC News in Syracuse, NY. The post was published on June 9, 2015 with the title “Syracuse Collector Turns Unique Hobby into World Renowned Business”. Enjoy the video from this interview below. Click HERE to visit the original article.

Walter Miller’s Test Drive Videos

On October 2, 2014, in Antique Automobiles, by AutoLit

Walter Miller road tests his 1964 Nissan Cedric. This car is thought to be the the earliest surviving Nissan to exist in America. Walter Miller road tests his 1966 NSU spider. This was the world’s first rotary engined car. Walter Miller road tests his 1968 Subaru 360 microcar. Walter Miller road tests his 1959 Datsun […]

Pebble Beach 2014: Walter Miller Interviewed by Jay Leno

On September 5, 2014, in Antique Automobiles, by AutoLit

Our original 1928 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron was accepted at the Pebble Beach car show and we all went a few weeks ago. We were thrilled to be there and the entire experience was fabulous. This video capture is from Jay Leno’s one-hour special on the Pebble Beach car show which aired on September 3rd at […]

Walter Miller’s Peerless Sedan

On July 28, 2014, in Articles in Print, by AutoLit

In attempting to discover some earlier owners of our car, I have found a 1920 Peerless Limousine listed in restored condition in the 1961 AACA – HCCA roster belonging to Ruther Mcintosh of Pasadena, Texas. Because this roster does not list serial numbers, it is unknown if this is our car, but because of the rarity, it probably is. Mr. Macintosh apparently owned this car until the early 1970’s.