A Brief History of the First Gen Blue Oval Bronco

The first generation Ford Bronco was introduced in 1966 and was manufactured at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan through 1977. In fact all Bronco’s were made in Wayne and just recently Ford formally announced it is bringing back the Bronco to its global vehicle portfolio in 2020. And yes, it is to be […]

For Sale: 2007 Ford Mustang Saleen #29 of 500 – Jones Limited Edition

We were contacted by a seller in Oregon that sent us pictures of his newly acquired 2007 Ford Mustang Steve Saleen-Parnelli Jones limited edition. He only sent us 4 pictures that he quickly snapped with his phone, so you’ll have to excuse us for now.  So why are we sharing with such incomplete information? Well, […]

Web Finds For Sale: 34k miler 1979 International Scout II

  1979 International Scout II $21,900 Location: Grand Rapids, MI Year: 1979 Make: International Harvester Model: Scout II Mileage: 34k Engine:  345ci V8 Transmission: Automatic Drivetrain: 4WD Ext. Color: Chestnut Brown Int. Color: Brown vinyl Key Features: 1-owner, 34k miles, all original except respray, excellent condition, lots of recent service Two generations of the Scout were […]

Web Finds For Sale: 84k miler 1986 Jeep CJ-7

Jeep introduced the CJ-7 in 1976 as a longer wheel-based option from the CJ-5. There were several different special editions/equipment packages offered throughout the 7-series run…Renegade, Golden Eagle, Laredo, Limited and a low production volume Jamboree Commemorative Edition. Over 379,000 were made so you can be picky when picking if needed.  However, the CJ-7 was […]

For Sale: one of the last 1975 Bricklin SV-1

Malcolm Bricklin first made his fortune in hardware/plumbing supply franchising in Florida before the age of 25. He followed that success up by starting Subaru of America and importing the Subaru 360. He left Subaru to build his own car company, which eventually led to the development of the Bricklin SV-1 from 1974 until late […]

5 ways to spend $10k – Second Daily Style

We founded Second Daily, in part, to bring awareness of a relatively niche market to a relatively broader audience. As part of that mission, we have an obligation to uphold the statement that a second daily isn’t just for the wealthy.  It isn’t just for those with second homes with second garages within which to […]

Jeep Wagoneer – The World’s First SUV

A few weeks ago we reported how the IH Scout in 1961 was born, in part, due to the success Jeep was realizing in the growing 4×4 market.  Ironically, the legendary Jeep Wagoneer two years later would be in response to the success of the Scout.  In some ways, Scouts were new and improved Willys […]

Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler – Fit for a King, err President

“The hardest part to find for the CJ-8 is the CJ-8 itself, seeing as only 27,792 ever existed.” – Chris Baker, CJ-8 owner/enthusiast Brochure showcasing the upcoming 1982 CJ-8 Jeep Scrambler What do you get when you cross a pickup truck with a Jeep CJ-7 and an El Camino?  That’s right, the oddly eye-catching stepchild […]

International Scout – Rides like a tractor should

Most car nuts could likely tell you one of the first cars that caught their eye when they were just a wee little lad.  For me, it was my neighbor’s 1969 primer grey SS Camaro sans hood.  It was the lack of an engine cover that mostly stood out…surely that can’t be good when it […]

What’s the best selling car in America? That’s right, a truck.

As we celebrate independence in America, we at Second Daily will be celebrating both our revered freedoms as well as the best selling car in America…which, is actually a truck…the Ford F-series truck to be exact.  Last year, approximately 17.5M vehicles were sold in the US…over 820,000 of those were Ford F-Series trucks.  Let us […]