Automakers frequently recycle model names, lending the panache of a past success to a newer, and probably less special, car. In the history of the Chevrolet Cor … More
It’s no secret that Porsche 911 values have plateaued. And some model years are now depreciating following their spectacular run-up after the Great Recession. B … More
Burton Hall would not deny that his 1961 Corvette, a dual-quad, four-speed model with a 4.11 axle ratio, can be a rough-riding machine. Its steering, handling, … More
If someone offers to sell you a 1983 Chevy Corvette, do your research. That car is either the rarest Corvette of all – or probably, a total scam.
Collectors ar … More
Grand Sport, a venerated name in the Corvette canon, is back in the news – because it’s returning to Chevrolet showrooms.
The 2017 model is Chevrolet’s third de … More
In an overheated auction room, the allure of a “fully restored, matching-numbers” car – and the fear that it might slip away at a bargain price – regularly push … More
In 2011, the classic car market woke up from the Great Recession-induced hangover with a vengeance. From 2011-15, we saw cars like the Porsche 930 Turbo and Lam … More
Hemmings has been one of the most popular marketplaces for buying or selling a collector car for about as long as anyone can remember. Today, Hemmings features … More
Generally, one’s chances of snagging a bargain at the Pebble Beach auctions during Monterey Car Week are up there with finding a payday loan storefront on Rodeo … More
From its ground-breaking design to the range of small- and big-block V-8s that powered it, no model better symbolizes the beauty, athleticism and desirability o … More