Ongoing & Upcoming Events
The sweet smell of chocolate -- that's usually what you'll first notice when visiting Hershey, Pennsylvania. But, in early October, the main attraction is throngs of classic cars that converge in this small town, otherwise known as Chocolatetown, USA. The Eastern Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Fall Meet, which has been hosted by the Hershey AACA since 1955, once again had all roads leading to the grounds surrounding Hersheypark. Read More.
Touring Shelby American in Las Vegas wouldn't be complete without visiting the onsite museum, where several cars from Carroll Shelby's personal collection are housed. The very first Cobra, designated CSX2000, is a featured display. This 1962 AC Cobra, with a small block 260 engine, may be one of the most valuable sports cars in the world. For the Cobra Story, Read More.
Hilton Head, which is the second largest island on the East Coast, is located between Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. Its history dates back to the late 1700s, when it flourished as an agricultural community with crops of cotton, indigo, sugar cane, and rice. Later, the Island's economy was based primarily on hunting and fishing. Today, Hilton Head's 42 square miles of semi-tropical terrain is a premiere resort and retirement community. Read More
Surf's Up! Billed as the largest all-Woodie event in the world, the Wavecrest Woodie Show started out as a surf contest on the beach in back of the Wavecrest Hotel in Encinitas. Cars On Line was onsite to catch the action. Read more about the fun-filled weekend here.
The NASCAR guys are not at the Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend, but you wouldn't know it by the number of people converging on the track. The 2014 Fall Charlotte AutoFair, combination swap meet, manufacturer's midway, car corral, and car show, has something for everyone. If you're a car enthusiast, this is the place to be. Read more.
Part American and part Italian, the Hudson Italia was a Hail Mary effort by the Hudson Motor company to rev up sales with a flashy two-seater sports car in 1954. Although it came too late, its short production run of only 26 vehicles has assured it a place in automotive history as one of the rarest cars of the '50s. Read more.