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Autumn-mobiles: Celebrating classic cars in classic North Carolina scenery

Autumn-mobiles: Celebrating classic cars in classic North Carolina scenery

‘Autumn-mobiles’ is the title of a special photo feature in the October issue of Our State: North Carolina magazine, which asked the ClassicCars.com blog if we might like to reprint the 13 images, each of which spread over two full pages of the magazine. Needless to say, we are thrilled to share these amazing images […]

By October 19, 2014 Read More →
Sir Stirling Moss honored guest at Arizona Concours

Sir Stirling Moss honored guest at Arizona Concours

One of the greatest champions of auto racing, Sir Stirling Moss OBE, will be an honored guest at the second annual Arizona Concours d’Elegance at the historic Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix on January 11, 2015. The British racing legend will attend the intimate Arizona Concours with his wife, Lady Susie Moss, presenting entrants and […]

By September 29, 2014 Read More →
Junior Journalist Report: Monterey Classic Car Week

Junior Journalist Report: Monterey Classic Car Week

Editor’s note: This is another in our series of Junior Journalist Reports about classic cars written for ClassicCars.com by a group of young reporters. This one is by Nathan Evans, 14, who attended for the first time the events of Monterey Classic Car Week with his family, including the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance where his […]

Ford Falcon owner takes top honors at Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion

Ford Falcon owner takes top honors at Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion

Maserati was the featured marque and there was an amazing array — 550 “authentic and historic” racing cars in every class, — but it was a 1964 Ford Falcon that drove off with the Spirit of Monterey award from the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion this year at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, a vintage racing event […]

Junior Journalist Report: Beauties in Beverly

Junior Journalist Report: Beauties in Beverly

Editor’s note: This is our first Junior Journalist Report, the first in a series of stories about classic cars written for ClassicCars.com by a group of young reporters. This first one is by Christopher DeMarey, 13, who, along with his father, attends several car shows each summer in the Northeast. This is Christopher’s report on […]

By August 11, 2014 Read More →
SPONSORED POST: Swisstrax, the modern alternative to epoxy

SPONSORED POST: Swisstrax, the modern alternative to epoxy

When it comes to the world of garage flooring solutions, epoxy coatings have long been the go to for many individuals looking to improve the look of their floors. Whether an adventurous car buff decides to brave the process alone, or the less tenacious acquire a more skilled technician, this process is anything but simplistic. […]

By May 23, 2014 Read More →
An all-new ClassicCars.com newsletter experience

An all-new ClassicCars.com newsletter experience

There’s so much happening at ClassicCars.com that we’re moving to a daily newsletter just to keep everyone up to speed. Starting today, subscribers will begin receiving an all-new ClassicCars.com Newsletter every weekday morning. Each beautiful, mobile-friendly issue updates you on the latest classic cars up for sale and recaps the latest news and feature stories we’ve […]

History of the Ford Windsor 351 Engine

History of the Ford Windsor 351 Engine

The Windsor, Ontario-built 90° V8 was introduced in 1962 as a 221 cubic inch engine. It was Ford’s first modern lightweight small-block replacing the old Y-block. Through the years, not all small-block Windsors were produced solely at the Ontario plant, but the name stuck with the engine. In 1962, the small block displacement was bumped up […]

By March 17, 2014 Read More →
Future Classic: 2005-2006 Ford GT40

Future Classic: 2005-2006 Ford GT40

The original Ford GT40 of the 1960′s was conceived, designed and built for the sole purpose of showing the Europeans that Americans could win the endurance race of races…the grueling 24 Hours of Le Mans. Up to this point, the Europeans (and especially, the big, red Italian stallions) had dominated the biggest races of the day. Henry Ford […]

By March 14, 2014 Read More →
We have Desert Concorso tickets to give away!

We have Desert Concorso tickets to give away!

Hopefully you read our recent story previewing the Desert Concorso taking place Sunday March 30, at the Shadow Mountain resort in Palm Desert, Calif. What we at the blog didn’t realize at the time was that our mother ship, classiccars.com, is among the sponsors of the event and has 20 tickets to the event to […]