The best part about this 1972Chevrolet Monte Carlo isn’t that it’s a wonderful luxury car or a strong muscle car… it’s both!
Managing editor Tom Stahler welcomes Genius Garage founder and YouTube broadcaster Casey Putsch. The two discuss the coming paradigm and generational shifts in the car culture and how youth, and older generation acceptance is essential to the survival of the hobby. Casey Putsch is a lifetime car builder, road-racer, and relentless supporter of education and […]
This being April Fools’ Day, I was planning on an elaborate joke for Pick of the Day, something on the order of a pristine Lamborghini for a surprisingly low price. April Fool! But since we’re already feeling these days like the rug’s being pulled out from under us, I decided to drop that idea. So […]
In light of the continuing coronavirus pandemic, the National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada has recommended that country’s car clubs cancel all activities, including any meetings involving more than 5 people, until further notice. Hopefully, however, that recommendation might be lifted by July 12, which the group notes has been designated as International Collector […]
Bonhams had to turn its anticipated Goodwood Members’ Meeting auction into a “private sale” because of the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, only 9 collector cars and 1 boat were sold. Nonetheless, said Tim Schofield, head of Bonhams Collectors’ Motor Cars department, “We are very pleased to have successfully sold these motor cars over the […]
a new brand that was between a Ford and Lincoln that would address the growing consumer desire for upscale products. This spawned the brand known as De Luxe.
Up until 1947, there was no ‘Goldilocks’ choice in half-ton pickup trucks. The options were the choice between a truck based on lightly-modified passenger car chassis or one scaled-down from a medium-duty truck. That all changed with the introduction of the 1948 Ford F-1 Bonus Built. There were certainly pickup trucks available prior to 1948, […]
I really love handmade British sports cars. I like that individual people built these cars, that they are quite exclusive, and they often tend to be quite different from production cars. The problem with most handmade British cars is that they tend to be very expensive. They cars are built by such companies as Lagonda, […]
RM Sotheby’s first online-only catalog sale, which replaced the annual live South Florida auction because of the COVID-19 pandemic, totaled $13.7 million in overall sales for 259 collector cars and 21 lots of memorabilia. The auction was held on the company’s Online Only digital platform from March 20 with timed bidding closing from March 25 […]
In mid-March, I wrote a commentary headlined “I don’t understand the need for driving gloves: Do people wear them just to look cool, or do they enhance car control?” While I have nothing against such gloves, or against those who might wear them, I had never understood exactly why people would wear them, or why […]