Ongoing & Upcoming Events
It was an all ‘50s Chevy weekend for the 3rd annual Tri-Five Nationals in Bowling Green, KY. More than 2,700 1955, 1956, and 1957 Bowties traveled from all parts of the U.S. to share their passion for these iconic classics. Held at the Beech Bend Raceway Park, it was non-stop action on the show field and on the drag strip. Also, one lucky guy from Maine took home a freshly built ’57 Chevy Gasser Read More.
The National Street Rod Association is celebrating its 48th Annual Nationals at the Kentucky Exposition Center August 3, 4, 5, & 6. More than 11,000 classics, including vehicles from the '50s, '60s, and '70s, are expected to roll into Derby Town USA for this 4-day extravaganza, which includes autocross action, the much-anticipated drawing for a 1933 Ford Three-Window Coupe giveaway Street Rod, the Top Builders showcase and much more. Read More.
It was mountain top racing at 3,700 feet for the 3rd annual Virginia Half Mile Shootout. Over 150 go-fast cars roared down the runway of Ingalls Field Airport located near Hot Springs, VA. There were no speed limits or noise restrictions so the wannaGOFAST guys put the pedal to the metal and let the rev needle spin. Read More.
The baddest Mopars yet, the 2018 Dodge Demon is set to hit the streets in fall 2017. Spokesperson and diehard Mopar fan Steve Magnante gave us the inside scoop on this street legal muscle car on steroids. And, if the advertised 808 HP isn’t enough, you can uprate to 840 HP. See Video.
The star of the show was an original, unrestored Corvette, a 1967 427/435. Meticulously cared for in climate-controlled storage, it was never driven in the rain, never parked in the sun, and it was stored in the owner's garage on four carpeted jacks. It sold for $675,000. For more classics, See our gallery
This 1951 General Motors LeSabre XP-8 was loaded with chrome and had flamboyant body contours, “Dagmar” bumper extensions, and Harley Earl's signature rear fins. Incrediby futuristic for its time, features included a rain sensor that activated the disappearing power top, electric jacks at all four corners, and electric-heated seats. For more dream cars, Read More.
The Blue Ridge Parkway offers a myriad of amazing sights and recreational opportunities along its 469 mile length. At Milepost 86 the parkway passes through the Peaks of Otter, which raises the wow factor even higher. Sharp Top, at an elevation of 3875 feet, is one of three mountain peaks towering over this region. Its pyramid shape makes it a distinctive landmark from many distant locations around Central Virginia. Read More.
The auction hall in Greensboro, NC known as “The Place,” was packed full of classics, including gems from the ‘50s, muscle cars, and trucks. In three days of rapid fire bidding, from July 27 through July 29, these cars (560 in all) rolled across the auction stage in the hopes of finding new homes. Read More.
It was Mopar, or no car, at the 26th annual Carlisle Chrysler Nationals, held at the fairgrounds in Carlisle, PA. Here, 2,700 wild-colored new and vintage five-point-star vehicles dotted the landscape. Plus, across the street, the Hurst Nationals showcased 200 Hurst-branded vehicles. Read More.
If you were looking for the perfect post-4th of July celebration, your search ended at the 20th annual Goodguys PPG Nationals. This 3-day event, which started on July 7, showcased more than 6,500 Rods, Customs, Classics, Muscle Cars and Trucks thru '72. Read More.
Solid original classics and southern hospitality come together at the bi-annual Raleigh Classic. This two-day event that auction insiders know as always having great collectible cars and a “buy with confidence” reputation continued this tradition again this year with the Spring 2017 auction. Read More.