The Pick of the Day is one of the stainless-steel gullwing-door sports cars made famous by Hollywood and driven just 548 miles
Payments from movie, merchandising gains have gone to the wrong people, lawsuit claims
The DeLorean DMC-12 is a curious case in the automotive timeline.
This week, we celebrated the actual date of the future world depicted in the 1989 film Back to the Future Part II – October 21, 2015.
Our technology guru at ClassicCars.com, Tony Perez, has a thing for DeLoreans. It’s those gullwing doors that get him, he freely admits.
From coast to coast and border to border, nearly 50 special events are planned to celebrate Collector Car Appreciation Day, according to the calendar complied by the SEMA Action Network. The official and Congressionally recognized day of celebration for the collector car hobby is July 10, but the events start as early as July 9 […]
Toyota will reproduce and sell parts for the 2000GT sports car through its Gazoo Racing division. Parts will be sold both in Toyota’s home country of Japan and overseas, the automaker said in a press release Monday. Launched in 1967, the 2000GT is one of Toyota’s earliest performance cars, and one of its rarest. Just […]
Whether you have any interest or not in professional golf, you might find it interesting to know that PGA Tour pro Maverick McNealy was named after the Ford Maverick. And that his brothers are Dakota, Colt and Scout. “My three brothers and I are all named after American cars,” McNealy told the Detroit Free Press […]
In 2019, an Italian court determined that the Ferrari 250 GTO was a work of art and could not be reproduced in kit-car form. Undaunted, Modena-based Ares Design appealed the decision and today there are media reports on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean that the Cancellation Division of the European Union Intellectual Protection Office […]
The Fiat Jolly might be the most popular among the “beach” cars produced in decades past, but it wasn’t the only example of its ilk. Volkswagen notes that it also produced what the Italians termed a rolling spiaggina (beach chair). The open-air, fringe-trimmed fabric-roofed Fiat was built (by Ghia) to be carried on a yacht […]