With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, ClassicCars.com is feeling the love and asked readers to vote for the most romantic car. With 30 percent of the total votes, the Jaguar XK-E was the clear winner.
With support from Car Street Journal and NICOclub.com, ClassicCars.com took over High Street in Phoenix to stage the inaugural Future Classics Car Show Monday evening.
All 100 spaces along the street through the upscale shopping district were filled with cars dating from the 1975 through 2005 model years. Continue reading
A 1954 Cadillac Coupe deVille has been selected as the winner of the second annual Classiccars.com Award at the 2016 Arizona Concours d’Elegance. Continue reading
Phoenix, Arizona (November 2015) – ClassicCars.com is honored to announce that it has been ranked the #2 most influential automobile blog.
According to NFC Performance, its top 100 list was determined based on in-house algorithms “using a weighted system incorporating social media signals, off-site signals, and on-site factors.” Social media presence, web design, and original, independent content were also utilized as part of the scoring process. NFC Performance’s list of blogs focused on up-and-coming and independent blogs in the automotive community.
“We are honored that NFC Performance named us as #2 within their list of the 100 most influential automobile blogs,” said Roger Falcione, President and CEO of ClassicCars.com. “We are in great company on this list and I am extremely proud of our team of editors and writers. We launched our blog, Classic Car News, two years ago with the aim of delivering comprehensive, up-to-the-minute coverage of the collector car hobby every day for the millions of visitors to the ClassicCars.com marketplace. The response from the community has been beyond our expectations and we are delighted to watch Classic Car News grow so organically.”
ClassicCars.com’s blog, aptly titled Classic Car News, employs renowned automotive journalists Larry Edsall, Bob Golfen and Andy Reid, all of whom possess decades of classic car experience. The team also includes reporter Nicole James and several accomplished freelancers. The team’s coverage of the hobby ranges from auction news and event coverage to commentary on industry trends, and everything in between. For more info, please visit https://news.classiccars.com/.
Since its founding in 2007 ClassicCars.com has striven to offer innovative, entertaining content that educates newcomers to the collector world while remaining a community that supports the buying and selling of classic vehicles.
For more information on the data collected and to see the complete list of Top 100 Most Influential Automobile blogs visit: http://www.nfcperformance.com/blog/top-100-automotive-blog-awards
Phoenix, Arizona (August 2015) – ClassicCars.com is proud to announce that they have earned position #3166 on the 2015 Inc. 5000.
For 34 years, the Inc. 5000 has been an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important Continue reading
Phoenix, Arizona (July 2015) – Classic car “barn finds” represent one of the hottest segments in the hobby, as desirable vehicles coming out of long-term storage become increasingly valuable. Here’s the latest gem: a 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster recently uncovered after more than 50 years by ClassicCars.com, and now for sale on the website.
Phoenix (May 7, 2015) –In honor of Mother’s Day, ClassicCars.com, the world’s #1 marketplace for collector cars, recently asked its 100,000+ blog followers what kind of car their mothers drove when they were children. The number one answer is the iconic Chevrolet Bel Air with 16 percent of the vote. Continue reading
Phoenix (March, 2015) – ClassicCars.com, the world’s largest online marketplace for classic and collector vehicles is proud to sponsor Carlisle Events in 2015. Continue reading
Well-known car collector, concours judge and writer Andy Reid has joined ClassicCars.com as East Coast Editor for the blog.
Reid was only 15 years old when he bought his first car, a 1968 Fiat 124, and it wasn’t long before he squandered his college fund on a 1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2. Since then, he has owned more than 150 cars, “none of them normal or reasonable,” is how he puts it. Oh, and that 150 total doesn’t include the classic motorcycles or scooters he’s owned.
Although he liked the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona enough to own it twice, his dream machine is a Ferrari 365 California Spider, but not just any of them — he wants the one bearing serial number 9889, which is the only one in azzurro metallizzato and still wears that original paint. He first saw this car in the early 1980s in the Illustrated Ferrari Buyers Guide and decided then and there that it was the car he wanted. The car photographed in the book was 9889. He had the opportunity to drive the car a few years ago when it was on sale at the Christies’ Pebble Beach auction. The car exceeded his expectations and caused him to want it even more.
In the meantime, he recently bought a 1996 BMW Z3 007 Goldeneye limited edition, “the only limited edition Bond car offered to the public.” He looked for a perfect example of the Bond Z3 for four years before finding the perfect car. Being a huge Bond fan, this car is likely to stay in his collection for many years, especially as it is likely the best example in the world.
After working in film, television and advertising, Reid helped launch several Internet-based companies. He was a columnist for Classic Motorsports magazine for 12 years and has written for several other publications.
For those fortunate Classiccars.com Blog readers who plan to attend the annual collector car weekend at Amelia Island, Florida, in mid-March his year, you’ll want to be sure to catch up with auction analyst, sports car expert and ClassicCars.com Blog East Coast Editor Andy Reid during one of his auction tours. Andy has been attending these events for more than 20 years, and really knows his way around the auction block.
ClassicCars.com will host his auction preview tour of the RM Auction on Thursday, March 12 at 11 a.m.
This is your chance to get an expert opinion on whichever car catches your eye, to find out more about the process of buying and selling a car at auction, and to learn the details of buyer and seller commissions, taxes, transport after the auction and everything in between.
Even if you aren’t bidding, there’s a lot to learn by going behind the curtain at one of these major auctions.
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