The 1960s were a great time for American cars, in many ways the last great era for classic US-made automobiles, especially in the luxury car segment. A highlight of that segment was the personal luxury car, designed for driving to work as easily as crossing the country in supreme comfort. Among the very best of […]
Since it’s only half a car, let’s call this the “Not Quite the Pick of the Day,” though it may be among the most unusual items ever advertised on the ClassicCars.com Marketplace website. It’s the front half of a 1956 Cadillac Coupe deVille that has been converted into a desk. Offered for sale by a […]
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.
Look at the palm of your hand. What you’re looking at roughly represents the contact patch for each of the four tires on your car. That’s it. Just those few square inches connect you, your vehicle and whatever or whomever is riding along to the pavement, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re puttering around the […]
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. That certainly seems to be the situation with the Ford Bronco. Prices of vintage Broncos have soared in anticipation of Ford’s announcement that, at 8 p.m. Eastern time Monday, July 13, it finally will unveil not only the new Bronco, but the first 4-door Bronco and a […]
In 1979, I brought a copy of Road & Track into a Mazda dealer and asked if they were expecting any of the new RX-7s; up until that point, I had only seen the car in magazines. I left that day with a contract to buy one of the first 13 that shipped to Minneapolis […]