Horses For Courses: A Look at the Pony Car Market - Hagerty Media

24 March 2022 at 7:00pm ET

It’s hard to believe that some of the most coveted Pony Cars are more than 50 years old. These high-performance icons are as popular as ever, with both current and past models from which to choose.

On March 24, 2022, at 7:00 pm EDT, join Hagerty Driver’s Club Editor-In-Chief Larry Webster as he moderates a sterling panel with muscle car authority Colin Comer, valuation guru Dave Kinney, and Broad Arrow Group’s Senior Car Specialist Alexander Weaver.

With a combination of unparalleled muscle car knowledge and a deep understanding of the market for these coveted cars, these panelists will discuss which models are hot and which are even hotter. With three distinctive viewpoints the discussions promise to be fascinating, and knowing Kinney and Comer, you can expect plenty of humor flying.

Please join us to hear what these three market experts have to say on the subject of Pony Cars new and old.



Larry Webster

Long-time automotive journalist, racer, and enthusiast, Larry Webster is Hagerty’s Senior Vice President of Content. After earning an engineering degree from Lehigh University, he started his journalism career at Car and Driver. By 1995 he was the magazine’s Technical Editor, a role he held until 2004 when he became the publication’s Technical Director. Along the way, he hosted Car and Driver Television from 2002 through 2005. In 2008 he became Automotive Editor of Popular Mechanics. In June 2012 he left to become Editor-in-Chief of Road & Track, a role he held until he joined Hagerty in 2016.


Alexander Weaver

A Partner and Senior Car Specialist of Broad Arrow Group, Alexander Weaver was with RM Sotheby’s for more than a decade. His expertise includes post-war sports and GT cars, modern supercars, and hypercars. He has personally facilitated the sales of some of the world’s most valuable motor cars. Born into a passionate car family with a multi-generational auto dealership, he spent years learning the business of collector cars from his father. A resident of Los Angeles, Alexander maintains an active presence within the Southern California car community. He is a member of both the Shelby American Automobile Club as well as the Petersen Museum’s Checkered Flag 200.


Colin Comer

The founder of Colin’s Classic Automobiles in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Colin also authored several critically acclaimed books, including Million-Dollar Muscle Cars, Shelby Cobra Fifty Years, and The All-American Muscle Car. Colin is the Marketplace Director at Hagerty, as well as a contributing editor for multiple magazines. He has served as a Pebble Beach judge and is the chief judge of the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance. In 2012, Autoweek named Colin an automotive industry “Mover and Shaker,” and in 2013, Esquire named Shelby Cobra Fifty Years the “Greatest Car Book of All Time.” An accomplished racer in several categories, he is a past VSCDA Race Driver of the Year.


Dave Kinney

Beginning in his early teens, Dave Kinney worked at a classic and exotic car dealership that sold classic and exotic cars. Although he was “bored with school,” he couldn’t get enough of the history, backstories, and characters surrounding cars. During the past 25 years, Kinney has owned hundreds of collector vehicles and has participated in the sale, repair, and valuation of all types of automobiles. One of the country’s leading automobile valuation authorities, he is an accredited automobile appraiser and the publisher of the Hagerty Price Guide .


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