Book Review: COPO Camaro, Chevelle & Nova

COPO was Chevrolet's special-order system used by dealers to build high-performance models in the 1960s despite a corporate racing ban. The COPO program was  originally...

Land Cruiser beats Land Rover and domestics in poll

Toyota is people’s choice for a cross-country off-road adventure

Journal Podcast: Will SEMA Happen? We ask the VP of Events

Will the SEMA show go on? That's the question for SEMA Vice President of Events, Tom Gattuso. Managing editor, Tom Stahler, welcomes the SEMA...

Rear view: No. 6 – Year began with such optimism

Year in Review Oh, how soon we forget. Yes, 2020 has been a dismal year, but back in January, following Mecum’s massive sale in Kissimmee...

The Journal Podcast: SIM racing is the new spectator sport?

Our guest this week is Chris Considine, CEO and Founder of CXC Simulations in El Segundo, California. Big-time racing is postponed and or canceled everywhere....
Route 66 license plate

License plates provide kickback to benefit Route 66 preservation

Now it goes through Saint Looey Joplin, Missouri; Oklahoma City looks mighty pretty You'll see Amarillo; Gallup, New Mexico; Flagstaff, Arizona; (Don't forget Winona) Kingman, Barstow, San Bernardino Bobby Troup wrote those...

Video of the Day: Rahal at 2008 Monterey Historics

In today's Video of the Day, Bobby Rahal drives former David Hobb's 1972 Lola T310 around the twisty Laguna Seca circuit during the 2008...

I don’t understand the need for speed in cross-country driving

I saw a headline the other day that the cross-country driving record (aka Cannonball Run) had been lowered yet again. I refused to click...

The Testarossa and the state trooper

Needless to say, I was worried when I pulled into my driveway and the state trooper pulled in next to me, lights on but...

July is the Journal’s Track Days Month

Here at the Journal, we strive to bring you the world of collector cars with engaging content, humor, and most of all, expertise. If it’s on...