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Pick of the Day: 1958 Daimler Ferret

Pick of the Day: 1958 Daimler Ferret

Like the idea of parking anywhere you want, let alone having the crowd-drawing, tifosi-topping star attraction of any cruise-in or car show you might ever attend? Well, our pick of the day is the vehicle for you. It’s a 1958 Daimler Ferret, technically an armored British military scout car, although what it looks like is […]

By June 8, 2015 Read More →
Driven: 2015 Chrysler 300C Platinum

Driven: 2015 Chrysler 300C Platinum

Put down the telephone. Don’t even think about texting from behind the wheel. Because you best pay attention when you drive the new 2015 Chrysler 300C equipped with the 5.7-liter Hemi V8. Yes, the engine has only 363 horsepower, not overwhelming when you consider that the Chrysler 300 is a full-size four-door sedan. But those […]

By June 7, 2015 Read More →
Pick of the Week: Ferrari 250 GT California replica

Pick of the Week: Ferrari 250 GT California replica

Editor’s note: Pick of the Week is on the move. Starting Monday, this popular feature becomes Pick of the Day, running every weekday, Monday through Friday, bringing you a daily look at some of the most fun, interesting and exceptional vehicles advertised on ClassicCars.com. Let’s get one thing straight right off the bat: This car […]

Are you a real car person? Take the ClassicCars.com survey and find out for sure

Are you a real car person? Take the ClassicCars.com survey and find out for sure

Some say that being a car guy or gal is a blessing that makes life worth living. Others say it’s a sickness. But whether you love the style, the speed, the camaraderie or just the smell of hot exhaust, being car people often defines who we are, and it sets us apart from people who […]

Driven: 2015 Nissan Murano SL

Driven: 2015 Nissan Murano SL

It was a dozen years ago that I wrote that the newly introduced Nissan Murano was perhaps the most creative answer to an automotive question since Nissan launched its rugged but compact all-activity vehicle, the Xterra. That original Murano was stylish — remember those huge, wrap up around the rear quarter-panel tail lamps? — practical […]

By May 31, 2015 Read More →
What I would take home from Bonhams Greenwich

What I would take home from Bonhams Greenwich

I have attended the Bonhams Greenwich Concours d’ Elegance auction in Connecticut for a number of years now, and I have always found that it has a little something for everyone. This year’s sale has quite a few fantastic cars on offer, many that I would love to take home, as well as an impressive […]

By May 30, 2015 Read More →
Pick of the Week: 1945 Ford pickup truck

Pick of the Week: 1945 Ford pickup truck

As a reminder of Memorial Day, the Pick of the Week is a meaningful relic of the immediate post-World War II era, one of the first civilian pickup trucks to be produced as the conflict was ending. This rare 1945 Ford pickup looks more like a piece of industrial art than a 70-year-old workhorse. Simple […]

5 most significant cars of Mad Men

5 most significant cars of Mad Men

Depicting American society and the culture of the 1960s, the award-winning television drama  Mad Men tackled prominent and controversial cultural issues of the time in addition to showcasing the heyday of the American auto industry with some of the most beautiful and iconic cars of the decade. Winning 15 Emmys and four Golden Globes over […]

ELK Charity Challenge: Generous people doing good

ELK Charity Challenge: Generous people doing good

’50 Philanthropists, 3 Charities, 1 Reason.” That is the tagline on the home page of the ELK Charity Challenge, a 7-day, 1,000-mile automotive adventure held last week. The E L K in the event’s name is shorthand for Everyone Loves Kids, and the reason for the event was to help make a better life for […]

Vintage Profile: Maserati wins 1939 Indianapolis 500

Vintage Profile: Maserati wins 1939 Indianapolis 500

In 1938, Ernesto Maserati developed the Maserati 8CTF to compete with the likes of Mercedes and Auto Union on the European GP circuit. Although not particularly successful on the Continent, the car gained fame stateside with a historic victory at the Indianapolis 500. Michael Joseph Boyle (1881-1958) had been campaigning cars at Indy for more than […]

By May 24, 2015 Read More →