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Coolest Cars That Didn’t Sell At July’s GAA Classic Car Auction

With a huge number of vehicles that crossed the auction block, and a high number of people in attendance, the July GAA Classic Car Auction was a total hit. Some cars were sold for absolute bargains, while others gained bids that are sure to increase the value of similar models on the market, whil...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jul 29, 2019

Video: A Look Inside The Lane Motor Museum In Nashville, TN

Featuring unique cars from A-Z, just like the sign says. The Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee features approximately 500 unique and collector cars that you typically don’t see. A majority of the collection is European, although there is some interesting variety. The Museum’s mission st...
By Michelle Marus Jul 23, 2019

British Motor Museum Opens ‘The Car. The Future. Me’ Exhibit

Focusing on where the automobile has taken us, and where it’s going.  Earlier this month, the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, Warwickshire, England opened an exhibit called “The Car. The Future. Me.” The exhibition, which will run until July 2020, focuses on where the car has taken us thus far,...
By Michelle Marus Jul 23, 2019

Toledo Museum Of Art Presents ‘Life Is A Highway’ Exhibit

It will showcase artists inspired by American car culture. The acclaimed Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, Ohio is pleased to announce the opening of its new Life Is a Highway Exhibit. It is the first large-scale U.S. exhibition to offer an inclusive, historical overview of the automotive theme w...
By Michelle Marus Jul 23, 2019

First Thoughts On The 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette C8

Here it is in all its glory: the highly anticipated eighth-gen Corvette. The Corvette C8 reveal was perhaps one of the most highly anticipated unveilings in recent automotive history. It also helps that the car was hyped up for years leading up to last night’s official event. The renderings, rum...
By Michelle Marus Jul 19, 2019

Video: Granddad Sold Ferrari 250 GTO For $9,500, Now Worth $70M

A man tells the story of his grandfather’s Ferrari 250 GTO. The Ferrari 250 GTO needs little to no introduction to most car enthusiasts. There are entire books written about the GTO and its racing achievements. Today, it is not unusual to see these vehicles with eight-figure asking prices. That...
By Michelle Marus Jul 18, 2019

Video: Muscle Car Of The Week Talks Spoilers And Aerodynamics

It also goes over some different types of spoiler designs. This episode of Muscle Car Of The Week includes a key discussion about the importance of aerodynamics in cars. In the automotive realm, aerodynamics refers to the goal of reducing drag and wind noise, improving fuel efficiency, and pre...
By Michelle Marus Jul 16, 2019

Video: Dennis Gage Checks Out Richard Petty’s Car Collection

This episode of My Classic Car takes a look at Petty’s impressive cars. Richard Lee Petty didn’t just get the nickname “The King” by accident, he earned it. He is a NASCAR Hall of Famer and the most decorated driver in the history of the sport. With a record 200 career race wins under his belt...
By Michelle Marus Jul 15, 2019

Car Museums Could Do Better With The Youth

If we don’t get the kids in the door, what will happen in the future? Not too long ago, I was visiting a car museum. It’s something I take both a professional and personal interest in, and this time I had a date who didn’t really know much of anything about cars along for the visit. I’m not goi...
By Steven Symes Jul 11, 2019

2019 Atlanta Concours D’Elegance Will Take Place In Late October

This year, the event relocates to Tyler Perry Studios. The 2019 Atlanta Concour D’Elegance will be hosted at the Tyler Perry Studios property this year. The premier auto show showcases hundreds of vintage and modern-day cars from some of the most valuable and rarest collections nationwide. The ...
By Michelle Marus Jul 11, 2019

Jim Street's Golden Sahara II: The Full Story

Check out the full story behind Jim Street's incredible Golden Sahara II concept car The very words ‘Golden Sahara’ conjure up images of an exotic desert landscape, far beyond what most of us take as our day-to-day normal. The Sahara’s topography excites the senses with an allure of mysterious n...
By Gillian Carmoodie Jun 08, 2019

1994 Jaguar XJR: The Six-Cylinder That Revitalised Britain's B...

Motorious takes a closer look at the Jaguar that changed everything – the brutal yet beautiful straight-six 1994 XJR Before the XJR arrived, Jaguar was suffering something of an identity crisis. Previous esteem with which the genteel marque’s high-end saloons were held was on the wane. Sir Willi...
By Calum Brown Jun 08, 2019

Jaguar XJ: Dead at 51

Jaguar has announced that the final XJ saloon will roll out the factory this July. It's the death of an icon as we know it After 51 years of production in various guises, the XJ saloon as we know it has been terminated. The last example will roll off the assembly line on July 5 according to indu...
By Calum Brown Jun 04, 2019

Check Out American History's Unknown Lancia: The 1931 Dilambda...

As the first Lancia destined to crack the U.S market, history books rarely mention the decadent Dilamdba V8. Here's why you're missing out Everyone knows the Americans prefer things large, so when Lancia tried to crack the US market during the 1920s, they offered up a generously proportioned sal...
By Gillian Carmoodie Jun 01, 2019

1987 Jeep Wagoneer: The Finest Classic Luxury SUV for $43k?

Buying a classic Range Rover too predictable? Then meet the 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer! Historians dictate that the Range Rover lays claim as the world’s first luxurious SUV. However, they would be mistaken. Long before the UK trend-setter reached American shores, and some years before the Rangie ...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019

Morris Minor: The Most Quintessentially British Car Ever

Forget the Jaguar E-type, Range Rover, the Mini, and Rolls-Royce. The car that sums up Britain perfectly is the humble Morris Minor. Besides colonizing those who grew our tea and voting ourselves out of the common market, the Brits are renowned for various attributes deemed somewhat ‘twee’. Hav...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019
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