The Pick of the Day is a genuine piece of American motorsports history, the kind of classic midget race car that once ruled small oval tracks in the style of scaled-down Indy roadsters.
When the talk turns to affordable classic sports cars, the first one considered is often the MGB, Britain’s most-successful roadster.
What do Johnny Depp, Ray Liotta and a 1952 Studebaker S2 pickup truck have in common?
For GM muscle cars, when big-block technology and evocative styling joined up for a final blast down the quarter mile before emission controls and insurance rates ended the game on a high note.
Often a popular car to turn into a classic hot rod, the 1930 Ford Model A was created to help Ford maintain a strong presence in the market during a time when other cars began to be more affordable and practical.
I have always had a soft spot for limited production sports and GT cars. The most common of these are cars from Jensen, TVR, Peerless, Elva, Moretti and the like.
A couple of weeks ago, the Pick of the Day was an interesting customized Chevrolet Corvair with a 350 Chevy V8 transplanted into its tail section.
For the 1974 model year, Jeep launched a second version of what we now recognize as a full-size sport utility vehicle, the new Cherokee joining the Wagoneer.
In honor of SEMA week, when the entire world of aftermarket automotive goodies crowds its way into Las Vegas, the Pick of the Day is a classic street rod.
So I’m at the SEMA Show, while I enjoy it, I find myself craving the seemingly endless hoods, rolling fenders, sharp angles and detailed craftsmanship that make up classic Duesenbergs.