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Henry VIII’s palace hosts big British concours

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Sixty cars were invited, one representing each year of Her Majesty’s reign on the British throne.

Retromobile classic car fest opens in Paris

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Continuing through Feb. 9, the 39th annual Retromobile has grown for the first time into the largest hall at the Place de Versailles Exhibition Center.

Indy invites historic racers to inaugural Brickyard Vintage races

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The inaugural Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational has been announced for June 6-8.

Eye candy: Steering wheels

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The first motorcars were steered by means of a tiller, just like motorboats.

Did someone really pay half-a-million for dirt and grime?

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Can you imagine one of them saying the same thing to the owner of a classic car while it is displayed on the fairway at Pebble Beach, where the brothers — experts not only in old furniture but in old cars — serve as judges?

Vroooom! Historic racers don’t have to keep quiet at the Simeone museum

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The inscription above the entrance to the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia reads: “The first race was conceived when the second car was built.”

Sir Malcolm Campbell’s Blue Bird ‘flies’ again

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The famed “Blue Bird” Sunbeam that Sir Malcolm Campbell drove to several land speed records returned to life Wednesday at the National Motor Museum in England.

A Grand National showcase of beauty for all to behold

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Barry Meguiar would move barely six feet before being stopped by the next mob of fans and gear heads.

Avanti drivers meet for Winterfest in Florida

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The public is invited to attend the car show in Gainesville on Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm.

Ferdinand Porsche’s first car, built in 1898, ready for museum unveiling

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The first automobile designed by Ferdinand Porsche when he was 22 years old was nothing like the iconic sports cars most associated with his name.