Ongoing & Upcoming Events
The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, two-time winner of the prestigious International Historic Motoring Event award, pulled off another great event this weekend. With more than 300 classics from across the country, as well as internationally, the show field was jam-packed with the kind of rolling art that you won't want to miss. Read More.
Here is some of the action from three of the top auction houses held during the week leading up to Amelia Island Concours. Two of the top sales were both Ferraris - a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/2 Alloy Longnose and a 2003 Ferrari Enzo. Read More.
The Detroit Autorama, also known as "America's Greatest Hot Rod Show," is a showcase of custom cars and hot rods and is home of the coveted Ridler Award. Only the best of the best are lucky enough (and skilled enough) to acquire this recognition. Past winners are well-known car designers and builders, such as Chip Foose, Jerry Pennington, Troy Trepanier, and Bobby Alloway. Read More.
One of the baddest Mopars yet, it sports massive Nitto drag radial tires on all four corners and a standard 808 HP engine that can be further uprated to 840 HP. Spokesperson for Dodge, Steve Magnante, was on hand to break down this street legal muscle car on steroids. See Video.
The star of the show was an original, unrestored Corvette, a 1967 427/435. Meticulously cared for in climate-controlled storage, it was never driven in the rain, never parked in the sun, and it was stored in the owner's garage on four carpeted jacks. It sold for $675,000. For more classics, See our gallery
This 1951 General Motors LeSabre XP-8 was loaded with chrome and had flamboyant body contours, “Dagmar” bumper extensions, and Harley Earl's signature rear fins. Incrediby futuristic for its time, features included a rain sensor that activated the disappearing power top, electric jacks at all four corners, and electric-heated seats. For more dream cars, Read More.
Hilton Head Island is a great place to vacation, and with 250 restaurants, it offers a wealth of dining choices. If you're a first time visitor, there are so many choices, it's hard to decide. Here's a Guide, based on recommendations from locals, frequent visitors, and my own experiences. Read More.
Shelbys, Yenkos, Hemi-equipped Mopars, Corvettes, Chevelles, and big-block Camaros were just a few of the classics rolling down the auction block at 2018 Mecum Kissimmee. With more than 3000 vehicles gathered in one place, Mecum could definitely say this is "Where the Cars Are." Read More.
Solid original classics and southern hospitality come together at the bi-annual Raleigh Classic. Auction insiders know this two-day event always has great collectible cars and a "buy with confidence" reputation. Read More.
It's that time of the year again! The Daytona Beach Turkey Run, with its annual Thanksgiving car show, car corral, and swap meet, kicked off the holiday season. Extending through the weekend, this highly highly-anticipated event features more than 6,000 vehicles. Read More.
Now in its 16th year, The Hilton Head Motoring Festival (HHMF), which has become one of the most anticipated events on the Island, begins with the Savannah Speed Classic in Savannah, GA. Read More.