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Sandy beaches, sunshine, and warm temperatures -- all good reasons to visit Hilton Head Island. But, spending time on the island is irresistible when you add to the mix the Hilton Head Motoring Festival (HHMF). Three events of the HHMF: a Car Club Jamboree, Concours d'Elegance, and a car auction (hosted by the official auction company for the event) were held October 31 through November 1 on the Island. Here, some of the country's finest collector vehicles were exhibited, either for show or for sale. Read More.
Our love affair with the automobile is particularly apparent when it comes to sports cars. Although far from practical, who hasn't wished to take one of these two-seaters out on the open road? After all, they look fast, even while standing still, and they definitely have that "cool factor." However, despite their popularity, the American sports car has had its ups and downs over the years. Read More.
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is one of my favorite vacation spots on the East Coast. That's because this beautiful, idyllic resort town fulfills all my prerequisites for a perfect vacation spot: beaches, gorgeous surroundings, mild climate, relaxing atmosphere, a variety of outdoor activities, and high on my list -- an abundance of great restaurants. The island boasts over 250 restaurants, most of which are not Chains, and offer their own unique dishes and dining experience. 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.
Pebble Beach, one of the premier Concours in the world showed 219 cars this year. Among them were some special and unusual classes, such as duPonts, Popes, Postwar Cunninghams, 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.