Just 110 examples of the homologation special were produced for 1976
There are barn finds, and then there are treasure chests
BMW 507 is one rare bird, but if you’re in the market for one, your chance is coming up
The 1980s gave us many great things: New Wave music, iconic TV shows, the modern action movie, Patrick Nagel artwork.
Known as an unassuming high-performance sedan, the 1988 BMW M5 is considered a pioneer in its class and legendary in BMW motorsports history.
The sell-through rate at Mitch Silver’s inaugural Arizona in the Fall auction was only 26 percent.
With only one major change in the ClassicCars.com Marketplace most-searched lists for May 2020 (more on that below), we’re applying a twist to this monthly report by noting what folks in the UK are searching on their side of the pond. According to a story in the Evening Express, the Ford Capri tops the list […]
The Bureau of Land Management, Utah’s Tooele County and the Utah Health Department all have signed off on the necessary permits, and the Southern California Timing Association has announced plans to stage Bonneville Speed Week 2020 on August 8-14, with the Bonneville World Finals set for September 29-October 2. “We had one major choice in […]
Road America, set in the undulating hills of South East Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine, is a beautiful place to see a race – and always was! The track will be welcoming the “rites of summer” with its traditional SCCA June Sprints in a fortnight. To celebrate, we have a piece of genuine history for you. There […]
(Editor’s note: June 6 has been designated as National Drive-In Movie Day. According to the NationalDayCalendar.com, Richard Hollingshead Jr. established the first drive-in movie theater in Camden, New Jersey, on June 6, 1933. His facility had a 40 x 50-foot screen and room for 400 cars. By the late 1950s there were around 4,000 drive-in […]