REVISED AND EXPANDED — With two straight Indianapolis 500 wins in a long, distinguished racing career, the Boyle Maserati 8CTF is one of the all-time sweethearts of the Speedway. Here’s the fascinating story. Continue reading
REVISED AND EXPANDED – The Nash Metropolitan was one of the smallest cars ever sold in America, and certainly one of the cutest. Read the story behind the adorable Nash puddle-jumper here. Continue reading
REVISED AND EXPANDED: In the 1950s, the Motor City enjoyed a brief fling with the design houses of Italy. The Italia, Detroit iron in Superleggera clothing, was Hudson’s trans-Atlantic hybrid. Here’s the story.
In this short film, we get a look inside the all-conquering Mickey Thompson funny car team of 1969. Continue reading
The customized Buick Riviera known as Silver Arrow I was one of GM styling boss Bill Mitchell’s finest and most favorite creations. Here’s a rare close-up look.
In the summer of 1923, there was a war on in the Motor City: Cadillac, Lincoln and Packard were battling to build America’s most advanced luxury cars. Packard’s contribution was the innovative 1924 Single Eight. Continue reading