With news of the Porsche Speedster “barn-find” buzzing throughout the office, I couldn’t help but feature a Porsche as my pick of the day. With performance and style always on my mind, I set out to find the perfect Porsche on ClassicCars.com and found this beautiful 1986 Porsche 944.
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a 10-day series featuring cars to be sold August 6-8 at Barrett-Jackson’s Reno auction.
The first-generation Chevrolet Camaro went on sale in September of 1966 for the 1967 model year and ran through 1969. The first-generation Camaro was Chevy’s answer to the Ford Mustang and was a brand new rear-wheel drive GM F-body platform. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is the third in a 10-day series featuring cars to be sold August 6-8 at Barrett-Jackson’s Reno auction.
Produced from 1970-1981, the second-generation Camaro was longer, lower and wider than the first-generation Camaro. As a result, the second-gen verson is widely accepted to be much more of a driver’s car than its predecessor. Continue reading
The Pick of the Day may not be a classic car, per se, or what you might call a bona fide exotic, but it is something special and rare and, well, pretty cool for any number of reasons. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is the secound in a 10-day series featuring cars to be sold August 6-8 at Barrett-Jackson’s Reno auction.
In 1936 the Ford Model 48 was being produced. It was an update on Ford’s popular V8-equipped Model 40A which was the company’s main product at the time. The Model 48 was introduced in 1935 and sustained a cosmetic refresh every year until being completely redesigned in 1941. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is the first in a 10-day series featuring cars to be sold August 6-8 at Barrett-Jackson’s Reno auction.
The Chevrolet Nomad was produced from 1955-1972. In 1955, Chevrolet advertised the Nomads and Bel Airs as “The Hot One” with angular styling that gave the cars and wagons a crisp, clean and modern feel for the time. Continue reading
The Pick of the Day is a rare and valuable antique, an early 20th Century steam-powered touring car that would fit right in at the Big Dog Garage of Jay Leno, who is well-known as a steam-car enthusiast.
The 1911 Stanley Steamer offered by a classic car dealer in Fredericksburg, Virginia, is said to be in tip-top condition and ready to hit the road whenever it builds up a head of steam.
RM Sotheby’s Motor City auction Saturday includes a proper array of grand classics that could feature on the lawn the next day at the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s, including a Duesenberg SJ that should sell for somewhere around a million dollars, a few Auburns and several Packards.
A highlight will be one dozen cars from the notable collection of Howard and Norma Weaver, all offered without reserve and in excellent show-worthy condition. Continue reading
The first-generation Camaro is one of the most iconic collector cars, the 1969 model year is one of the most sought after. This particular car seems to have been beautifully restored from and boasts a 604-cubic- inch Dahmer powertrain V8 that produces approximately 750 horsepower. Continue reading
When is a classic Ford Mustang not a Mustang? When it is a Mercury Cougar.
The Mercury Cougar was a more luxurious version of the Mustang and offered a nicer interior, slightly different styling and, many say, better fit and finish. The Cougar cost more money when new than the Mustang was and never had the success of the Mustang in the marketplace. This continues to hold true as the Cougar is still priced much lower than the Mustang in the classic car market.