One of my favorite things about the collector car hobby is finding a car that was once very expensive and buying it at the bottom of its depreciation cycle.
I am a bit of a fanatic for British cars. Sure I love Italian, German and many American cars, but my real love lies with the cars from Great Britain.
From the 1950’s through the early 1980’s Bentley cars were for the most part badge-engineered Rolls-Royces with the only difference being the grille and the logos.
The Pick of the Day is a sharp-looking Gypsy Red classic
Ford GTs ranging from 1965 to 2017 will be joined by Shelbys from the Fonvielle Collection
4th annual Simply Jaguar show draws a record-number of cars
Chevy provides a sneak peak at the upcoming roadster version of the C8
$6.6 million sale sends 253 collector cars to new owners
Pick of the Day driven only 58,000 miles by its one owner