With nearly 50 vehicles selling for more than $16 million, the inaugural Bonhams auction at the Mercedes-Benz Museum goes down as a rousing success.
After considering three options, the board of directors of the National Corvette Museum decided to keep open for viewing a small portion of the sinkhole that swallowed eight cars in the Skydome in February.
Police have arrested a suspect in the arson fire at the National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada, where there was damage to the lobby as well as to an Ed “Big Daddy” Roth custom trike.
The 100th anniversary of the founding of Maserati is being celebrated in grand style with a sweeping display of the historic marque’s most-significant automobiles.
Through July 6, the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia features a display titled the, “Jewels of the Bulgari Collection.”
What I saw as a problem turns out to be a wonderful thing for the folks who run Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, where the featured exhibition through September 7 is “Dream Cars:
Noting his progressive and innovative leadership of the collector car community, president and chief executive of the family-owned insurance company that specializes in insuring classic cars and boats.
What was known for decades as the world’s “last Hudson dealership” will retain its focus on the history of Detroit-built Hudson.
Officials at the National Corvette Museum have decided to delay reconstruction of the Skydome so visitors can see the sinkhole that opened February 12 and swallowed eight cars.
When I was a kid, the prison at Deer Lodge, Montana, was just that — a prison. I know, because my Grandfather helped put it back together after a riot in 1959 that cost the life of a guard.