Pick of the Day has been in the family since grandfather bought it
The Pick of the Day is a two-door hardtop that could have been part of the Queen of Soul’s funeral motorcade
Mecum Auctions rolls into Southern California on Thursday for its annual three-day sale at the Anaheim Convention Center
As excessive as the 1961 Cadillac seems today, it was actually quite toned down from the wildly ebullient 1959 Cadillac with its towering rocket fins.
John Gately has been restoring Cadillacs since 1956 and in 1968 started the Gately Restoration Co. in Boston. Since then, “Gately Cadillac Restoration has traveled the country.
Chevrolet on Thursday built its last Impala, bringing to close a nameplate that dates back to 1958. The final example, finished in red, is bound for a customer and not Chevy’s own private collection. Impala production in recent years has been handled at General Motors’ Detroit-Hamtramck plant, with the big sedan built alongside the unrelated […]
As I work to clean out the storage unit I rented when I moved from Phoenix to the Las Vegas area, I keep discovering relics that draw my attention. Yesterday it was a stack of printouts of some stories I’d written earlier this century. One in particular sucked me in. Back when ClassicCars.com was a […]
Vintage Air, manufacturer of complete performance air conditioning systems for muscle cars, hot rods and street rods, has announced the release of its new Gen IV SureFit air conditioning system for the 1968-72 Pontiac GTO, LeMans and Tempest. This new system is available as both a Complete Kit and Evaporator Kit and is designed to […]
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1961 Chevrolet Corvette for sale in Westlake Village, California. This two-tone Fawn Beige (the seller calls the paint color ‘Champagne’) and white paired with a red leather interior is a classic color combination. The overall styling of the Corvette had changed dramatically during the first-generation C1 series. Those […]
The display stands are nearly finished and the show was to begin Monday, March 5, but a decision taken Friday by the Federal Council of Switzerland means the 90th Geneva International Motor Show will not take place. The council ruled that no events involving more than 1,000 people will be allowed in Switzerland until after […]