The world in the mid-1970s was very different than it was just five years previous. Drivers’ tastes had changed;
Look it’s a car! No it’s a truck! It’s an El Camino! Wait, it’s a Pontiac! If you looked at this vehicle and thought any of these things, you’d be partially correct on all accounts.
A week ago, the Pick of the Day was a striking 1949 Mercury old-school custom done in the “lead-sled” style.
After unveiling the Chevrolet Corvette roadster at its GM Motorama shows in 1953, a year later the automaker displayed variations on the theme.
I’ve always liked the idea of a sleeper, a plain-Jane car with hidden hot rod performance designed to surprise the muscle-car guys when the light turns green.
Picture yourself driving along the countryside on your way to the Hamptons for the weekend in a glamorous car.
In the world we live in now, classic British sports cars have become less and less affordable. A Jaguar E-type roadster can cost more than $70,000, and a Triumph TR4 or MGA can cost more than $30,000.
The 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in August spotlighted a special class of some of the most emblematic of classic street rods.
Porsches from classic to the latest supercar will be featured at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction
Coveted Porsches will cross the block during Barrett-Jackson’s signature January auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.
For the 1956 model year, Buick built 13,770 four-door station wagons, including some 4,545 upscale versions of what was known as the Estate Wagon.