Ongoing & Upcoming Events
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: Barrett-Jackson, RM Sotheby's, Gooding & Company, and Bonhams. Read More.
One of the baddest Muscle Cars of all times, Big Red is a winning road course racer that is now gunning for top speed records. Its stock '69 Camaro Z28 body, which covers a full-tube chassis Coil-Over race suspension, is powered by a 598 cu. in. aluminum Rodeck block engine set back 14" for better weight distribution.
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. Read More.
The 2016 Grand National Roadster Show, as usual, was quite a show, with tough competition for America's Most Beautiful Roadster. From the final 13 contenders, the winner was a 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster owned by Darryl Hollenbeck. 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.
Sandy beaches, sunshine, and warm temperatures -- all good reasons to visit Hilton Head Island. Hilton Head Motoring Festival makes visiting the Island irresistible. Here, some of the country's finest collector vehicles gather, either for show or for sale. Read More.
The 22nd Annual Southeastern Nationals in Charlotte kicked off on Friday under blue skies and warm 80 degree fall temperatures, and the great weather continued throughout the weekend. It was three days of "Full Throttle Fun" at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Read More.
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.