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New Petersen Museum Exhibition Features Racing's Finest Cars

A 10-car display of the world's most successful record breaking race cars make up the museum's new 'Winning Numbers' attraction. The Petersen Automotive Museum in California, USA is a wonderful combination of art and motoring history. Its sculptural exterior design hosts incredible machines raci...
By Tyler Heatley Jan 25, 2019

Motorsport Network And Speed Digital Launch Motorious.com

Technology and media businesses combine capability to create a new global automotive platform for the collectable car market. NEC Birmingham, UK & Charlotte, North Carolina, USA – January 10, 2019 – Motorsport Network and Speed Digital today brought their respective market positions and digi...
By Motorious Staff Jan 11, 2019

This 1967 VW Beetle Has Been Transformed Into A Hot Rod

It looks like a 1940s American hot rod but there's really a Volkswagen Beetle hiding underneath – this 'Opera Coupe' is a surefire head-turner American and European car cultures are markedly different. On opposite sides of the Atlantic, the former heartily embraced the flamboyant and brash custo...
By Alasdair Lindsay Jan 09, 2019

Tupelo Museum's 160-Strong Classic Car Collection To Be Sold

From (a replica of) the first production car in the world through to a 12-mile Dodge Viper, the 160-strong Tupelo collection has some fine pickings The 120,000 square foot Tupelo Automobile Museum has announced it will close in the spring of next year. Located in downtown Tupelo, Mississippi, th...
By Elliot Wood Jan 08, 2019

This Custom Ford Wagon Has Other Woodies Green With Envy

The cultural impact of woodie wagons is little mentioned. But this custom Envy example shows why they were loved. Once upon a time, wood was the sign of a premium exterior as well as interior of a car. Station wagons often had this wooden look, and proved popular in the 1950s and ‘60s. They had ...
By Elliot Wood Jan 08, 2019

This Is The 1932 Ford That Made Hot Rods Famous

The world's most iconic hot rod – the '32 Ford Roadster originally owned by Tom McMullen – is heading for auction with Mecum on January 12 Arguably the most distinguished hot rod of all time, Tom McMullen’s 1932 Roadster has materialized through every form of media outlet on the planet. From mag...
By Calum Brown Dec 13, 2018

This 1948 Spurgin-Giovanine Roadster Is Hot Rod Royalty

This was the hot rod to end all hot rods in its 1948 heyday – now this Hall of Fame dry lake racer is heading to auction in Scottsdale with Gooding & Co next January Southern California has been a hotbed for hot rods since its unique subculture movement began. Before drag racing’s first step...
By Alasdair Lindsay Dec 12, 2018

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