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In what some may call an upset victory, the 1954 Ferrari 375 Scaglietti Coupe owned by Jon Shirley of Medina, Washington became the first Ferrari to ever win the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in its 64 year history. The silver Italian sport car bested all rivals, winning against stiff competition, in what is traditionally all about elegance and style. Read more.
When you grow up in Indiana, there is nothing bigger than the annual running of the Indy 500. It’s an integral part of the holiday weekend that kicks off the beginning of summer. Steeped in tradition and dating back to the start of auto racing in the early 1900s, the Indy 500 has been the launching pad for many legendary drivers and historically significant race cars. Read more.
Bonhams set a world record for a sale of a road car when it sold for $38.1 million (including commission) at The Quail in Carmel. Bidding began at $25 million, and lasted for 15 minutes. This 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO was valued as much as $70 million, so apparently the winning bid (which was from a phone bid) got a fantastic deal. Read More
Located approximately 120 miles north of Phoenix, Sedona is one of the most uniquely beautiful sites in the country. The relaxing drive from Scottsdale proceeds along Highway 17 away from the desert, past saguaro cacti, to a 4000-foot plateau of acres of grassland. In the distance, the scenery changes to an array of deep orange and red rock formations that are distinctive to this area. There are no advance signs marking Sedona until the exit at Highway 179. From there, drive northwest 15 miles to the Red Rock Country. Read More
In December 2013, Ford introduced the latest in six generations of its iconic Pony Car, the Mustang. Since then, 2015 pre-production models have been showing up in car events across the country, as Mustang celebrates its 50th anniversary. Although there has been a lot written about the newest addition to Ford’s stable of Mustangs, there are still a few unanswered questions. Read more.
The winner of this year's Barrett-Jackson Cup was a 1957 Chevy Pickup, a Great 8 finalist and 2013 Goodguys Truck of the Year finalist. It won against some stiff competition, which included a the 2014 Ridler winner, the 2014 Goodguys Street Rod of the Year winner, the 2014 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster winner, and the 2014 Goodguys Street Machine of the Year winner. Read More.
Hot August Nights in Reno is one of the most popular classic car event scheduled, you guessed it, every August in Reno, Nevada. Although it is obviously hot here in the month of August, “Hot” in this context refers to the hot sights and sounds during this week-long event. The streets of Reno are packed with cars. Read more.