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Classic car pioneer Leo Gephart remembered
By April 19, 2015 Read More →

Classic car pioneer Leo Gephart remembered

Hemmings Classic Car once referred to Leo Gephart, who died this past week in Arizona at age 86, as “a Magellan of the collector-car world… the first automobile retailer in the United States to focus on old cars as collectibles” and “a pioneer in appraising antique automobiles for their collector-car market value.” “He’s basically the […]

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My Classic Car: Ray’s 1964 Mercury Meteor
By April 19, 2015 Read More →

My Classic Car: Ray’s 1964 Mercury Meteor

This is my 1964 Mercury Meteor 4-door hard top in Skyline Blue color. She has a 352-cid V8, Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission, no power steering, no power brakes, no Breezeway window, AM radio, clock, seat belts in the front seat only and the largest trunk I’ve seen. This car is fun to drive and was the […]

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Eye Candy: Formula Drift on the Streets of Long Beach
By April 18, 2015 Read More →

Eye Candy: Formula Drift on the Streets of Long Beach

Photos by Hans Marquez A week before the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, 42 professional drifters came from across the country, some even from overseas, to take part in Round One: Streets of Long Beach, a part of the 2015 Formula Drift series. The event used what this weekend are turns 9, 10 and […]

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Pick of the Week: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible
By April 17, 2015 Read More →

Pick of the Week: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible

There are certain cars that instantly make me think of Barrett-Jackson, which holds its three-day Palm Beach, Florida, collector-car auction starting today. The Pick of the Week is one of those cars, an apparently pristine 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible, which I must admit was one of the dream cars of my youth. Still is, […]

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Andy’s picks at Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach auction
By April 17, 2015 Read More →

Andy’s picks at Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach auction

Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach auction is sometimes overlooked, largely due to the sheer size and reach of the company’s Arizona auction. This is a big mistake, however, as the Palm Beach sale always has had great cars for buyers and has set a number of world records, which should be of interest to sellers. The Palm […]

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Cruise-ins and lectures highlight this weekend at classic car museums
By April 17, 2015 Read More →

Cruise-ins and lectures highlight this weekend at classic car museums

There’s a lot happening this weekend at America’s classic car museums with a lowrider and customs cruise-in at the Petersen, educational lectures at Owls Head and Gilmore, and the monthly car and bike show at Muscle Car City. Here are the details on those and other upcoming events at various classic car museums: The Owls […]

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Hagerty Index gains nearly a point in the last month
By April 17, 2015 Read More →

Hagerty Index gains nearly a point in the last month

After reporting a cooling trend a month ago, the Hagerty Market Rating is up nearly a point, “a significant increase in expert sentiment, largely motivated by private sales, robust middle market sales and rational auction bidders,” the company reported in its news release. Hagerty said contributors to the jump — from 70.90 in March to […]

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Mullin Peugeot is best in show at La Jolla
By April 17, 2015 Read More →

Mullin Peugeot is best in show at La Jolla

A 1937 Peugeot Darlmat cabriolet owned by Peter Mullin won Best in Show honors at the 11th annual La Jolla Concours d’Elegance last weekend. Other top awards included “Most Elegant”to a 1930 Cadillac V16 roadster convertible owned by Fredrick M. Lax, “Most Outstanding Pre-War”to a 1925 Rolls-Royce Ghose Piccadilly roadster owned by Aaron and Valier […]

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‘Barn-find’ collection set for Motostalgia auction at Indy
By April 16, 2015 2 Comments Read More →

‘Barn-find’ collection set for Motostalgia auction at Indy

A classic “barn find” story covering 40 years of good intentions will be rolled out in all its dusty glory when the Motostalgia Auction Company presents the Barn Find Collection of Texas during the Brickyard Collector Car Auction on June 12 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The collector-car auction, held during the SVRA Vintage Racing […]

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David vs. Goliath is theme as Revs Institute opens its first multi-media exhibition
By April 16, 2015 Read More →

David vs. Goliath is theme as Revs Institute opens its first multi-media exhibition

The Revs Institute (nee Collier Collection) has opened its first multi-media exhibition — The Rivals: A Golden Moment in Grand Prix History. The exhibit features the Institute’s own Lancia D50 and the Mercedes-Benz W196 on loan from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame museum. The subtitle for the exhibit is David vs. Goliath with […]

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