More than six auction companies held their first events of 2016 during Auction Week in Phoenix and neighboring Scottsdale, AZ. Whether attending as a spectator, buyer, or seller, this week-long event was a classic car enthusiast's dream-come-true. Read More.
Mecum Kissimmee was an auction for the record books, as a top array of rare muscle cars were assembled for its kick-off event in 2016. Stats like 1 of 9, 1 of 5, and even 1 of 1 were heard again and again throughout this 10-day extravaganza. Read More.
Three events of the Hilton Head Motoring Festival: a Car Club Jamboree, Concours d'Elegance, and a car auction (hosted by Auction America) were held October 31 through November 1 on the Island. Here, some of the country's finest collector vehicles were exhibited, either for show or for sale. Read More.
The 22nd Annual Southeastern Nationals in Charlotte kicked off today under blue skies and warm 80 degree fall temperatures. This is the first of three days of "Full Throttle Fun" at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Classic vehicles, 1972 and earlier, will be showcased the first two days, and on Sunday, all vehicles, regardless of year, are welcome.
All roads lead to Hershey, PA for the annual swap meet and AACA car show. Billed as the sweetest classic car event of the year, the Hershey show is one of the biggest and longest running gathering of all-things-vintage in the country. Read More.
When you look at a Duesenberg Model J, you don't think race car, but this legendary automobile's heritage is rooted in speed. In 1923, a Duesy racer became the first U.S. entry to win the French Grand Prix (Le Mans), and in 1924, 1925, and 1927, Duesys won the Indy 500. Read More.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg (ACD) Festival, in its 59th year, once again welcomes car enthusiasts from around the world to Auburn, Indiana in a celebration of the history of the automobile. Formerly the headquarters of the manufacturing plant for this trio of classics, this small Hoosier town is now home of the one of the finest museums in the country. Read More.