Last summer, a Ferrari became the first post-war car in many decades to drive off with the best of show honors at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
The second-annual Arizona Concours d’Elegance kicks off the Valley of the Sun’s famous Classic Car Week with an array of rare and exceptional automobiles.
It was Barrett-Jackson Day last Saturday at what is believed to be one of the longest-running weekly car gatherings in the country.
The Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee is one of our favorite car museums because it is one of the most unusual.
At 5:44 a.m. on the morning of February 12, 2014, officials at the National Corvette Museum were alerted by the security company that motion detectors had triggered an alarm.
They cast the “first rock” Monday at the National Corvette Museum, where executive director Wendell Strode led a group hurling stones into the sinkhole.
Call it the Parade d’Pratte.
For the classic car community, the choice of Best of Show at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was hugely significant.
In the lush countryside about 90 miles south of London resides is a 7,000-acre Victorian estate called Beaulieu.
A special exhibition celebrating the 95th anniversary of Italian coachbuilder and design house Zagato runs through March 2015 at the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile.