July 14 has been declared Collector Car Appreciation Day for 2017, the Specialty Equipment Market Association has announced.
In the age of social media and the internet, there are very few secrets.
Affordability seems to be key in the current collector car market, with buyer interest shifting down market while values of high-end classics and exotics stagnate or even decline slightly
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca continues to celebrate its 60th anniversary by honoring the track’s inaugural race victory.
I’ve written before about the automotive adventures of Kenny Schachter, the artist and art commentator who last year bought a 1961 Alfa Spider at RM Sotheby’s London auction.
According to the Historic Vehicle Association, May 11 is National Twilight Zone Day.
Britain’s largest weekly automotive magazine, Auto Express, and automotive experts have selected the Mini as the Best of British, the all-time best car produced on the island nation.
Prototype sports cars from the last six decades join featured-marque Porsche as headliners at the 40th annual Speedfest at the Classic Motorsports Mitty vintage races.
Following that Biblical moment, here is the latest compilation of biggest losers in the collector car market, as determined by the numbers crunchers at Hagerty classic car insurance and valuation.
Recent trends in the classic car market have illustrated that returns on investments are better than ever with sales at the high end of the market.