This ultra-rare 1957 Ford Custom with factory supercharger will cross the block at the Mecum Auctions Indy sale on May 14-19. Continue reading
Equal parts myth and legend, the Cheetah was the Chevy camp’s response to the mighty Shelby Cobra. One highly original and authentic example is headed for the auction block next month. Continue reading
Next to the original 1932 Deuce, the 1940 Deluxe could be the most coveted of the classic Ford V8s today. It’s easy to see why. Continue reading
Among the Buick crowd, the limited-production Skylark convertible is certified royalty. This example in fire-engine red will cross the black at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction on January 12-20. Continue reading
For 1949, Lincoln briefly joined Detroit’s 1940s fastback craze with the Cosmopolitan Town Sedan. Here’s more on this obscure and interesting body style. Continue reading
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
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.