Author Archive: Jim Resnick
Jim Resnick began his career as a writer, reporter and photographer for magazines including Vette, Hot Rod, Chevy High Performance and Car Craft. In 1996, he launched Bimmer Magazine as its editor-in-chief. He also was technical editor of Sports Car International. Later, he did public relations and marketing for Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari and Jaguar Land Rover, and thus brings a unique perspective to his reporting and writing. He also is a “recovering” racer and guitarist.
Photos by Jim Resnick Editor’s note: Earlier in this week, we presented Jim Resnick’s report on the Horseless Carriage Club of America, which held its 2014 national convention in southern Arizona. In addition to meetings, the group did daily drives, visiting sites such as the Fairbank ghost town, Kartchner caverns, the historic mining center of […]
The chuffing and clattering charm of pre-1916 automobiledom comes alive when The Horseless Carriage Club of America gets together. Their “tours” with Brass Era cars saunter throughout America and soon, internationally, with rumors bubbling of a tour through Ireland. Part rolling museum, part living history, part mobile art, these automotive elder statesmen are all of […]
It is difficult enough boiling down your classic car obsession to a manageable, affordable group of cars. But it is just as time-intensive when you need to find the most capable and conscientious professional shop to take on your restoration work. To that end, Russo and Steele Auctions hosted The Art of Vintage Restoration seminar […]
There are more cliches about auto racing than you can shake a stick at in a month of Sundays. But when it comes to racing classic cars – “vintage racing” is the universally accepted term – the cliches end and something religious happens. Russo & Steele Auctions held an informative seminar on vintage racing during […]