Ongoing & Upcoming Events
Mecum brought the muscle to their 29th Annual Spring Classic for five days in May. Among the stellar lineup of 2000 vehicles that crossed the auction block, a 1967 Shelby Cobra 427 Roadster with only 20,165 original miles, sold for $1.1 million. Read More.
The Goodguys Rod and Custom Association hosted its Annual Nashville Nationals in Nashville, TN, May 13-15. The first two days of this three-day event welcomed rods, customs, classics, trucks, street machines, and muscle cars through 1972 vintage, and on the last day, “Super Sunday”, all American made and/or powered makes and models joined in the fun. Read More.
It was back home in Indiana as Auctions America hosted their annual Spring auction in the Hoosier state. Close to 500 American classics, muscle cars, exotic sports cars, hot rods crossed the stage in Auburn during the three-day event. Adding to the weekend activities was a Car Corral and an AACA Regional Meet, all at Auburn Auction Park. Read More.
More than 300 cars, including 100 Concours registrants and 200+ Fairway Club and other special display cars, took to the fairways at the Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, North Carolina for the 4th Annual Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance. For class winners and Best of Show, Read More.
Kicking off Carlisle's season of collector and classic car events, Spring Carlisle brings to its 150-acre complex, thousands of automotive enthusiasts every April to buy, sell, or just pay homage to all-things automotive. The five-day car corral, auction, and swap meet begins today, and will continue through Sunday, August 24. Read More.
Several of the older model Chevy pickup trucks, such as the 1955 ½ to 1957 models, are already sought-after collectibles.
However, the second generation C/K Chevy pickups, which were built between 1967 and 1972, are just beginning to make their presence known. The original owners of these clean-styled, often two-toned pickups are putting them up for sale, and restorers are buying them. Read More.
What's a vacation without good food? While on Hilton Head Island, we decided to help answer that all-important question: "Where should I go to eat?" We began by talking to the "locals," and then we did some research of our own. Here is a list of restaurants that we recommend you try first. Read More.
Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina..., that is, Raleigh, North Carolina, for the 2nd annual Goodguys NC Nationals. Three days of full throttle fun in an event that drew classics and hot rods from, not only the Tar Heel State, but from all around the mid-Atlantic. Read More.
It's a wrap at the 27th Annual Spring Daytona Turkey Run. The winner of this year's People's Choice Award was Terry and Deborah Griffiths of Red Oak, NC for their 1967 Nova. For highlights of the show, with classics in the infield and on the track, Read More.
The Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance has grown at an amazing rate over the years. Beginning with just over 160 cars, and approximately 2,000 spectators, now more than 300 cars and tens of thousands of visitors come to this small island to share their enthusiasm for the automobile. Read More.
The 10th Annual Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance was held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club on February 21. This year's top winners for Best of Show and People's Choice were a 1919 Pierce Arrow and a 1953 Lancia Aurelia, respectively. For more sights and sounds, Read More.
During Auction Week in Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ, no fewer than six auction companies held their first events of 2016. Here are the lead stories from four of the major companies that brought classics cars to the Valley of the Sun. Read More.
Mecum's annual classic car auction in Kissimmee, which lasts 10 days and features 3000 vehicles and hundreds of road art items, is known for its impressive lineup of muscle cars, but this year's event was one for the record books. Read More.