What is the greatest muscle car of all time?
Geez, that seemed like such a straightforward question when we asked it on Facebook. We quickly learned that it is … More
The classic car market has clearly grown over the past several years. The most visible part of that growth has been in collector car auctions, as more sales tak … More
Much like “correct” or “believed to be”, “rotisserie restoration” is an imprecise term carrying an evolving history’s baggage.
When first employed, automobile … More
A Pontiac Fiero that almost became a Ferrari lookalike kit car now serves as a reference for the model, with just 75 miles from new.
It generated more exciteme … More
David Kain, a boating enthusiast from Saginaw, Mich., came across an unusual boat a number of years ago. It was a mid-1970s Chrysler S-III Conqueror, and it wou … More
Taking care of your paint is no joke. Luckily, our friends at Meguiar’s shared their best tips for maintaining a flawless finish.
Wash: Don’t use dish so … More
Nothing beats driving my Mazdaspeed Miata on a warm day, top down, around winding roads during a sunset — nothing. The power, the view and the wind blowing thro … More
2016 Q1 Valuation Recap
As the year began, the collector car world held its breath. The foot was off the accelerator for all but a few market segments and peop … More
“Janie” was the last Checker licensed in New York City, and its history is verified by every dent, scratch, upholstery tear and rust bubble
Yellow Checker cabs … More
Restoration do’s and don’ts from the experts
Interest in Preservation Class cars continues to increase, and collectors face difficult choices in deciding wheth … More