Classic cars possibly worth millions of dollars have been found stashed away in western France. Continue Reading...
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Nestled in the untamed wilds of Northern Michigan, or more specifically the charming mini-metropolis of Traverse City, is a world-class collection of vintage cars you’ve probably never seen or even heard of before. Continue Reading...
As you probably know, there’s more than one way to see the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Continue Reading...
The automotive business is a lot like nature; only the strong survive. Accordingly this industry’s slow lane is littered with the bloody corpses of deceased marques. Once-proud companies like Pontiac, Hupmobile, Willys-Knight and Hudson are long gone but not all of them are forgotten. Continue Reading...
The 2014 classic-car auction season opened with a bang at Scottsdale, Arizona last week with the Barrett-Jackson event tallying up a total of $249 million in auctions. Continue Reading...
This weekends Concours d’Elegance in Monterey California raised quite a few eyebrows. Not only did we catch the debut of stunning cars like the BMW M4 concept and the Cadillac Elmiraj concept, classic collectors were given the chance to lay down cash on some of the most exotic cars in the world. Continue Reading...
Is it possible for gear heads to do something good with their obsession of all things automotive? Continue Reading...
Auctions America will be holding its inaugural auction on August 1-3 in Burbank, Calif. and will feature more than 400 qualify collector cars with over half of them offered with no reserve. Continue Reading...
Exciting news emerged today about a custom Jaguar MKII, but it isn’t the car that’s building anticipation. It’s the designer. Continue Reading...
After an expansion of the Ferrari Classiche division in Italy, the exotic car maker is now considering further growth of its classic car workshop, with the U.S. as a front-runner for a second facility. Continue Reading...
Hurricane Sandy was the most devastating blow to classic car collecting ever according to Hagerty Insurance. Continue Reading...
With nothing new to show off at the 2012 LA Auto Show, Lincoln decided to buck the trend by bringing a collection of fine, classic Lincoln models to its booth. Continue Reading...
Converted to, well, a convertible, then restored to its original hardtop, a Ferrari 275 GTB4 that originally belonged to Steve McQueen came in to Ferrari Classiche for certification. Continue Reading...
Racing is probably one of the last things you know him for, unless you’re thinking of racing across the galaxy, but Patrick Stewart will be racing in this summer’s Silverstone Classic. Continue Reading...
Picture a classic car in your head: likely it’s an American icon like a late ‘60s Mustang or even earlier like a ‘50s Fairlane. Maybe your taste is a bit more exotic and you’re imagining a classic Ferrari or even a British sports car like an MG or Triumph. Continue Reading...
For the past two years, SEMA has worked with the U.S. Senate to designate a day as “Collector Car Appreciation Day”, and this year it will fall on July 13. Continue Reading...
First produced in 1969 as a sedan, the Nissan Skyline GT-R debuted as a sedan but would quickly turn into a coupe by 1971. Continue Reading...
Would you entertain the idea of buying an old-model Ford Focus new from the manufacturer? In today’s throwaway culture it’s hard to imagine buying anything but the latest product, but that’s not the perspective everywhere. In other parts of the world, previous model cars remain for sale at a discount after a new lines debut. Continue Reading...
The auction will take place this coming weekend (April 13-15) and will be handled by luxury car specialist Segal Motorcar Company and event host Collector Car Productions. Continue Reading...
LeMay America’s Car Museum (rendered above) will be opening its doors to the general public in Tacoma, Washington in two months. In anticipation of that, the group is bringing a sample exhibit to the upcoming New York Auto Show. The 22,000-square-foot exhibit will be located on the Lower Level, Hall 1-E of the Jacob Javits… Continue Reading...
With both men recognized in the Saab community as serious collectors, enthusiasts and specialist mechanics, there’s no question that despite being split in half, the cars in the Heritage Collection have indeed gone to good homes. Continue Reading...
Nonetheless, the estimate is right in line with current E-Type prices in the UK, proving once again that collector car values are often fickle at best. Continue Reading...
Rick Treworgy is our kind of guy; he’s spent much of his life restoring cars. Presently he has a collection of roughly 225 vehicles. His assortment is so massive that he had to buy a now-defunct Walmart to house them all. Willing to share what he’s done over the years with the general public, Treworgy… Continue Reading...
McTevia & Associates, the legal firm brought in to deal with Saab North America’s creditors and dispose of its remaining assets, announced that cars in the Heritage Collection will be sent to auction (bids had to be registered before Friday, February 10 at 12 noon Eastern). Continue Reading...