We talk quite a bit at our weekly Classic Car News meetings at ClassicCars.com headquarters about “future classics,” cars.
Volkswagen Beetles could be the most common of all collector cars (well, Ford Mustangs might be close), with loads of avid VeeDub enthusiasts, clubs and events.
The Pick of the Day is a 1964 Mercury Monterey four-door sedan with the popular and even show-stopping “Breezeway” electric rear window.
The first Ford truck to wear the Ranger badge was not a pickup but what was then known as a carry-all vehicle, and now called an SUV.
After a decade of growth that made Honda the top-selling motorcycle manufacturer in the world, Honda set out to sell cars in the United States, entering the market in 1969 with the N600.
When you combine a need for speed with a desire to take on any terrain, you get the Pick of the Day, which is listed as a 1994 Toyota Recreational Vehicle.
'Big as a Buick” was an expression that came to mind as I looked over the handsome blue 1934 Buick 96 convertible sedan parked near the marina at San Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Last week, the Pick of the Day was the car that put BMW on the map with enthusiast drivers, the 2002.
Cool sports cars, rakishly styled to emulate the race cars of the day, go back almost to the beginning of the automobile.
Though not quite a long as its big brother, the Buick Electra stretched out 221.2 inches for the 1960 model year.