Nominally a one-day Saturday event, the Woodward Dream Cruise has, grown forward into a full week of car-related activity along what is officially a 16-mile route from Ferndale to Pontiac.
Everything seemed pretty normal Sunday afternoon at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, until they announced the winner of Best of Show.
Don Mitchell is the automaker you’ve likely never heard of, and after the contents of the Mitchell Car Museum are sold at auction Wednesday, you may never hear of him again.
Where else can you listen to triple F1 world champion Jackie Stewart and race car driver and TV host Alain de Cadenet casually chat about racing in front of 3,000 car enthusiast?
As first time entrants at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, this week has delivered a bounty of wonderful experiences, and a few nervous moments.
Porsches are all over the Monterey Peninsula this week. One reason for that was the inaugural Porsche Club of America Werks Reunion that took place on a rolling golf course in Carmel.
The Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance is a testament to “elegance in motion,” a multi-million-dollar cavalcade of the finest vintage and classic cars in the world.
The big silver streamlined car with the Mercedes-Benz star painted on its nose raised plenty of questions Thursday morning at the start of the Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance.
Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival is the “unofficial” event to kick off Monterey Classic Car Week. The event is a fabulous gathering of exotic automotive machines.
Amid all the high-end automotive finery of Monterey Classic Car Week comes the Little Car Show, an unabashed celebration of the smallest, simplest and most-fun modes of transportation.