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My Classic Car: Frank’s Jaguar E-types
By July 19, 2015 Read More →

My Classic Car: Frank’s Jaguar E-types

Growing up in Detroit my dad would take me to the Sport Cars in Review show at the Henry Ford Museum. One year there was a D-type Jaguar on display. Jags had won Le Mans and the D-type was the hit of the show. For me, it was love at first site. A few years […]

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Eye Candy: Retro Roll In on Collector Car Appreciation Day
By July 18, 2015 Read More →

Eye Candy: Retro Roll In on Collector Car Appreciation Day

Photos by Larry Edsall There were dozens, more likely hundreds of local car shows held across the country on the recent Collector Car Appreciation Day. One of them was the Retro Roll In that took place in the northern Michigan town of Gladwin. Staged by the Gladwin Business & Professional Association, hosted by Riverwalk Place, […]

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Delahaye 135M with Figoni et Falaschi coachwork to be offered at Rick Cole’s Monterey auction
By July 17, 2015 Read More →

Delahaye 135M with Figoni et Falaschi coachwork to be offered at Rick Cole’s Monterey auction

Coachbuilders Figoni et Falaschi created some of the most evocative automobiles of the Classic Era, their flowing streamlined designs most often adorning the greatest luxury and performance cars of the day. The Delahaye 135M Narval, completed in 1947, is one such masterwork, an over-the-top example sold to the president of an Ohio ladies footwear company. […]

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What to do about the General Lee?

What to do about the General Lee?

One of the most iconic images of the Confederate flag sits atop the equally iconic car from the popular TV series, The Dukes of Hazzard. The car in the show known as the General Lee, a 1969 Dodge Charger driven by fictional characters Bo and Luke Duke, is under fire and being defaced by some […]

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HVA’s Model T visits ACD Museum
By July 17, 2015 Read More →

HVA’s Model T visits ACD Museum

The Historic Vehicle Association is going on a cross-county tour, following the same route as Edsal Ford when he and friennds traveled from Detroit to San Francisco in 1915. The HVA version is a 34-day, 2,400-mile road trip celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition and long-distance automobile travel by Americas. The first […]

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Pick of the Day: 1928 Buick Master Six sedan
By July 17, 2015 Read More →

Pick of the Day: 1928 Buick Master Six sedan

The Pick of the Day is a rare old-timer in apparently great condition that presents the opportunity to get into a real vintage head-turner from the Roaring ’20s for a reasonable price. “This handsome 1928 Buick Master Six Model 47-S sedan is one of those big, powerful, capable cars which, for reasons we can’t quite […]

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Automobile Quarterly name, archives offered for sale

Automobile Quarterly name, archives offered for sale

If you can find someone willing to part with it, a complete set of Automobile Quarterly, the hard-cover “magazine” published from 1962 (starting with Volume 1, No. 1) into 2012 (ending with Volume 52, No. 1), will cost you around $4,000. So just imagine what the price might be to buy the magazine itself, including […]

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Arizona Concours to host Andrea Zagato
By July 16, 2015 Read More →

Arizona Concours to host Andrea Zagato

The Arizona Concours d’Elegance, an exclusive celebration of fine automobiles at the historic Arizona Biltmore Resort, has announced that Andrea Zagato will be an honored guest at the January 2016 event that will spotlight Carrozzeria Zagato with its own featured class: Coachwork of Zagato. One of the most famous and esteemed Italian design houses, Zagato […]

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Andy’s favorites available this weekend at Auctions America’s California sale
By July 16, 2015 Read More →

Andy’s favorites available this weekend at Auctions America’s California sale

Auctions America has come a long way since RM Sotheby’s launched the company in 2010 from the ashes of the Kruse auction company. We attended the first sale in 2010 and it was a good new auction company sale but the cars of that first sale bear no resemblance to the offerings at Auctions America’s […]

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Pick of the Day: 1932 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan
By July 16, 2015 Read More →

Pick of the Day: 1932 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan

A true show stopper that embodies both performance and style, this 1932 Chevrolet 2-door sedan has the look of an old rat rod but the feel of a modern sports car, making it our Pick of the Day. We found this classic rod for sale on ClassicCars.com by a private seller located in Phoenix, Arizona. […]

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