The collector car hobby world was shocked with the news of TEN (The Enthusiast Network) Publishing’s plans to fold 19 of its 22 print magazine titles.
The Charleston Boulevard Rod Run & Doo Wop is one of the country's top car shows and is hosted in downtown Charleston, WV. The event brings in nearly 2,000 classic cars and trucks and over 100,000 spectators annually.
In February 1963 a legend was born, the popular 1963 Ford Galaxie was re-designed with new sheet metal and a rather interesting engine. The venerable and legendary 427.
A recent devastating wildfire near Paradise, CA destroyed one of my friend's two 1933 Willys coupes and everything else, including his home and shop. My friend is a member of the West Coast Willys Club.
I purchased this 1963 Buick Skylark Convertible in Portland, OR last April after seeing the car for sale in Auto Round-Up. I'm a musician and I'd created a story for a music video for my song, 'On The Highway', which called for a classic car.
Gene Winfield is one of the old car hobby’s best hot rod custom legends still alive today, and still making custom cars for major film productions.
Shaun Smith & Rachel Smith
The Cayman Motor Museum is home to one of the greatest car collections in the world. Located in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, one would not expect to stumble upon such a magnificent jewel in the middle of the ocean.
The Bandy Collection is a spectacular selection of some of the world’s finest foreign automobiles under one roof.
When Auburn sold in the 30’s and manufacturing stopped it was not quite the end of an era for the iconic Auburns thanks to Glenn Pray, President of Auburn Cord Duesenberg Company in Broken Arrow, OK.
Jeff Leslie & Janet Werner
Most people don't know the rarity of a true Bronco Roadster. A true Roadster (VIN U13) model was only made the first three years (1966-1968) of the ‘66-‘77 first generation Early Broncos.
NASCAR’s current championship format is loaded with rules that can ruin fan interest and excitement as opposed to what NASCAR thinks is best for generating interest. Here’s why NASCAR’s current system of crowning a champion is flawed.