The Question of the Week for the week of November 14th, 2016 asked you: There have been many “game-changing” vehicles in the history of the automobile, which are you most thankful for? Continue reading
The Question of the Week for the week of November 7th, 2016 asked you: What will be the Next Big Thing in collector vehicles? Continue reading
The Question of the Week for the week of October 31st, 2016 asked you: You’ve won airfare and hotel accommodations to attend a collector car event or venue in Europe in 2017. Which would you pick? Continue reading
ClassicCars.com is pleased to announce that not only has it partnered with the second annual Grand Prix of Scottsdale, it has entered the race this weekend with a team.
The Grand Prix of Scottsdale is a celebration of the Jazz Age era during the weekend of November 4-6, 2016. The weekend features Jazz Age fashion, a Gatsby Lawn Party and, on Sunday at 10:30 a.m., American-made vintage mini-racers from Vintage Kart Co. will race through downtown Scottsdale.
(Editor’s note: This feature was written by Renée Crist, collections manager at LeMay – America’s Car Museum, for Classic Car News in recognition of the upcoming presidential election.)
When the subject of presidential limousines comes up, many Americans conjure images of John F. Kennedy waving from the stretched 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible in Dallas, Texas, prior to his assassination. JFK’s limo is arguably the most famous and talked about limousine in American history. Continue reading
I always wanted to own a woodie wagon but I never could afford one, I thought.
So I got the idea of using the next best thing — a Volkswagen bug. It had the running boards and outside fenders and look of the vehicles from the ‘40s. Continue reading
The remarkable life of racer and engineer John Cooper Fitch is reflected in the myriad of items that recently were presented to the International Motor Racing Research Center at the Watkins Glen, New York.
The gift from Fitch’s sons, John, Christopher and Stephen Fitch, significantly enlarges the John Fitch Collection created at the Racing Research Center in 1999, when papers were donated relating to his career as a safety designer and consultant, with particular emphasis on the Fitch Inertial Barrier and the displaceable guardrail. Fitch died on Oct. 31, 2012, at the age of 95. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is the final in a five-day series featuring teams fielding Vintage Kart Mini Racers in the second annual Scottsdale Grand Prix, to be held November 4-6 on the streets of Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona.
The streets of downtown Scottsdale will be transformed November 4-6 into a modern Great Gatsby-inspired version of the roaring ‘20s as Vintage Mini Races hit the streets in the second annual Grand Prix of Scottsdale. Continue reading
If you are attending Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival this November you have a unique opportunity to catch up with auction analyst, sports car expert and ClassicCars.com East Coast editor Andy Reid at a free and exclusive auction tour of Auctions America. Continue reading
I’ve owned this 1966 Ford Mustang convertible for almost 25 years.
It’s a numbers-matching car completely restored as original. Continue reading