fbpx
The envelope please: Automobile Oscar winners | ClassicCars.com

The envelope please: Automobile Oscar winners

“We’d like to thank the cars…”
Jay Leno drives the original concept car: the Buick Y-Job | ClassicCars

Jay Leno drives the original concept car: The Buick Y-Job

2
As a concept car in 1938, the Y-Job traveled around the country to show future design elements that would be incorporated in upcoming GM products.
Ex-Bruce Willis Dodge Charger for sale | ClassicCars.com Journal

Ex-Bruce Willis Dodge Charger for sale

3
It's rare that a celebrity-owned car comes up for auction, but this 1969 Dodge Charger replica has had multiple famous owners in its lifetime.
Six decades of Superbowl MVPs and their cars | ClassicCars.com Journal

Six decades of Super Bowl MVPs and their cars

1
Cars and football are a pairing as classic as the Super Bowl itself
'Bullitt' Mustang hero car on display in Traverse City, Michigan | ClassicCar

‘Bullitt’ Mustang hero car on display in Traverse City, Michigan

0
Movie ‘hero’ car will be joined for the first time by a complete lineup of Ford’s commemorative versions
2018 Grammy winners and their cars | ClassicCars.com Journal

2018 Grammy winners and their cars

0
What's the next step after fulfilling your dreams? Buying your dream car of course!

Rowan Atkinson consigns a pair of cars to Silverstone Auctions

2
Mercedes 500E and Lancia Thema on docket from Mr. Bean comedian with no reserve

Original Bullitt movie Mustang emerges from hiding, helps Ford launch new model

2
Owned by one family since 1974, the famous 'hero' car has been added to National Historic Vehicle Register
John Lennon mini-cycle headed to auction | ClassicCars.com Journal

John Lennon’s mini-cycle headed to auction

0
H&H Classics will offer the Monkey/Trail bike on March 4 at its sale in Britain’s National Motorcycle Museum
Michael Jackson driven Ferrari Testarossa for sale | ClassicCars

Ferrari Testarossa from Michael Jackson Pepsi commercial for sale

2
Back in the 1980s, Michael Jackson was the undisputed King of Pop and Ferrari was the king of the supercar. Imagine if you combined the two?