The bright-yellow 1928 Packard 526 sedan chugged sedately up the hills and through the desert scenery of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley.
‘Win on Sunday, sell on Monday” was the automakers’ advertising mantra back in the heyday of American stock car racing.
It’s Arizona auction week and I’m already dreading the thought of hearing people talk about Mustangs and Camaros and Shelbys and even Chevy 409s as “muscle cars.”
The 1955 Talbot Grand Sport Lago T-26 has been selected as the winner of the inaugural Classiccars.com Award at the 2015 Arizona Concours d'Elegance.
‘Elegance and speed don’t always go together, but when your car is on the front row or you are on the (winner’s) rostrum, it looks very elegant.”
Our staff has selected five exceptional cars as candidate for the inaugural ClassicCars.com Award which is being awarded as part of the Arizona Concours d'Elegance.
Despite her outstanding record in sports car racing, it took Lyn St. James five years to convince a team owner to give her a shot at qualifying for the Indianapolis 500.
At so many local car shows, you drive in, park, break out the lawn chairs, walk a lap and then spend the day sitting and talking with your old friends.
The National Corvette Museum announced Friday that the catastrophic sinkhole that swallowed eight cars in the museum’s Skydome also led to record attendance in 2014.
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.