Ongoing & Upcoming Events
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 racer became the first American entry to win the French Grand Prix (Le Mans), and in 1924, 1925, and 1927, when the original track was still totally paved with bricks, Duesenbergs took the checkered flag at Indy. Read More.
Car styles come and go, but few have endured the test of time like Porsche's original sports car, the 356. With its smooth flowing contours and distinctive roof line, the 356 was the dawn of the modern-day Porsche and is still one of the most recognizable car brands on the road today. One of these iconic classics will be sold at RM/Sotheby's auction in New York -- straight from the Cleveland Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame -- Janis Joplin's 1965 Porsche 356 C 1600 Cabriolet. Read More.
The Auburn Duesenberg Cord (ACD) Museum, located in the former headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company in Auburn, Indiana, is a perfectly preserved time capsule of motor cars produced during the boisterous and turbulent late '20s and early '30s. As you step inside the art deco showroom, it isn't hard to imagine being greeted by a suave salesman, in a snappy bow tie. Read More.
The Duesenberg was recognized as being one of the best cars of the time, in both performance and luxury, and today they are some of the most sought-after classics of the '30s. In the Year of the Duesenberg, Auburn pays tribute to this iconic automobile. Read More.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg (ACD) Festival once again welcomed car enthusiasts from around the world to Auburn, Indiana, formerly the headquarters of the Auburn, Cord, and Duesenberg Companies, to celebrate the history of the automobile. Read More.
Pebble Beach, one of the premier Concours in the world showed 219 cars this year. Among them were some special and unusal classes, such as duPonts, Popes, Postwar Cunniinghams, Mercury Customs, and Shelby GT350s (50th anniversary). Read More.
We're here again for Hot August Nights in Reno, the "Biggest Little City in the World." One of the first things we plan to do is stop by all the Show-n-Shines to attempt to scope out which vehicles will be among the 25 that will be chosen to vie for the coveted Barrett-Jackson Cup. Read More.
The 18th annual Goodguys PPG Nationals in Columbus, OH wrapped up three days of "Full Throttle Fun," with more than 6,200 hot rods, muscle cars, classics, and trucks in attendance. It was a veritable feast of color, chrome, innovation, creativity, and raw unadulterated power. Read More.
A very special collection of automotive design masterpieces, appropriately named "Dream Cars," are at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana through August 23, 2015. They were built without compromise to production costs, practicality, or even the technology limitations of the day. Read More.