Ongoing & Upcoming Events
With 3000 cars on the docket, it isn't difficult to understand why Mecum Kissimmee is considered to be the biggest classic and collector-car auction in the world. But, this auction isn't all about numbers. Mecum has also managed to assemble an impressive and diverse array of highly desirable classics that are sure to offer something for everyone. The action begins January 6 at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, FL, "Where the Cars Are.” Read More.
There was plenty of V8 sounds coming from the Daytona Speedway over the Thanksgiving weekend, but it wasn’t from cars on the track. More than 6,000 classic cars and trucks filled the infield for the 43rd Annual Daytona Turkey Run. Four days of mid-70s temperatures and plenty of Florida sunshine brought an estimated 151,000 spectators to the Speedway, where they were treated to show cars, a car corral, a swap meet and much more. Read More.
The Hilton Head Motoring Festival (HHMF) began with the Savannah Speed Classic (see our coverage) and culminated with the Concours d'elegance at the Port Royal Golf Club on Hilton Head Island. Two other headlining events of the HHMF, the Car Club Showcase and Auctions America's car auction were also held at the at the Golf Club. Read More.
It was a muscle car bonanza for Mecum's Kissmimmee auction in 2016. Expectations are that this year's auction will bring even bigger and better cars. For a rewind of some of the sights from last year's auction Check Out this Video. And then, stay tuned for our coverage of Mecum Kissimmee 2017.
Hilton Head Island is one of the best seaside resort commun-ities on the east coast. Its gorgeous surroundings, mild climate, relaxing atmosphere, and variety of outdoor activities, make it easy to understand why many describe Hilton Head Island as their "Happy Place." Read More.
Hurst Hemi Under Glass is the name given to a series of exhibition drag racing cars campaigned by Hurst Performance between 1965 and 1975. Featuring the legendary Chrysler Hemi engine mounted over the rear axle, the light front end lifted, enabling the cars to run “wheelies” the full length of the drag strip. Read More.
It was full speed ahead all weekend for another great Goodguys event -- the 23rd Southeastern Nationals in Charlotte. We put on our walking shoes, loaded up on sun screen, made sure our camera batteries were charged and ready to go, and began our adventure early Friday morning. Read More.
It was vintage car weekend in Derby Town USA, as 11,000 classics rolled into Louisville, KY for the 47th National Street Rod Association Nationals. The Kentucky Exposition Center was filled with colorful classics 30 years or older. Read More.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum houses a fantastic collection of American racing history, from the first car to win the 500 race in 2011, up through today's modern open-wheeled spaceships. 2016 marked the 100th running of the Memorial Day classic. Read More.
Carlisle celebrated its 25th year of bringing Mopars to Carlisle, July 15 - 17, with a record number of registered cars and more than 50,000 spectators. This is one of the biggest years yet, because 2016 marks a major anniversary date for Chrysler. Read More.
Now in its 19th year, Goodguys PPG Nationals is one of the biggest and most exciting car shows in the country. Here, more than 6,500 Rods, Customs, Classics, Muscle Cars and Trucks through '72 will grace the fairgrounds at the Ohio Expo from July 8 through July 10. 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.
More than six auction companies held their first events of 2016 during Auction Week in Phoenix and neighboring Scottsdale, AZ. Whether attending as a spectator, buyer, or seller, this week-long event was a classic car enthusiast's dream-come-true. Read More.