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Introduced for the 1961 model year, Pontiac’s Tempest was intended to be the brand’s entry-level compact.
* Several outlets, including Jalopnik, covered the story this week of a New York lawyer getting his stolen Jaguar E-Type back after authorities found it at the Port of Los Angeles along with a few other suspicious-y cars on their way to the Netherlands.
Scott Byrd on his 1931 Harley-Davidson V. Photos courtesy Felicia Morgan and MotorcyleCannonball.com.
Our old standby Charles W. Cushman had a few cities that he visited on multiple occasions, one of them being New Orleans.
Much of the hard work has already been done on this 1959 Opel Olympia Caravan for sale on Hemmings.com, a car that’s still with its original owner and that has been apart for its restoration since the late 1970s.
Cord 812 with Crest Hood Ornament. Photo by Brain Toad. Though Oklahoman Glenn Pray purchased all the assets of the defunct Cord and Auburn automobile companies – including the rights to use both names as well as their leftover parts inventories – he later said he probably should have bought just the names and left the rest to save himself years of hassle.
Photos courtesy of Coker Tire Challenge Corky Coker is once again hosting his own Coker Tire Challenge this weekend in and around his home of Chattanooga, Tennessee, which is also the location of the headquarters of Coker Tire and of Honest Charlie’s Garage.
Bryan Thompson in the shop. Photo courtesy Bryan Thompson. Editor’s note: This summer, automotive designer Bryan Thompson (whose work has been featured on the pages of Hemmings Sports and Exotic Car) appeared on the reality television series Motor City Masters, where he finished runner up to eventual winner Camilo Pardo.
Dr. Dick Thompson at Laguna Seca, 2010. Photo courtesy Richard Prince Photography. Think of names in the great pantheon of those who made eternal reputations with the Corvette: Arkus-Duntov, naturally.
We’re not entirely sure which Wolfie’s Rascal House this circa 1963 photo we came across on Jim and Chester’s Garage depicts.
The Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser was once a familiar sight on ranches, trails and parking lots across the United States, but its two-door pickup sibling, the FJ45, was less well known on these shores.
Phoenix International Raceway. Photo by Steve Lyon. Rusty Wallace has done many things in his career, from racing to sportscasting, but conducting a symphony orchestra has yet to appear on that list.
Bob Lavinia’s 1932 Cord L-29 Cabriolet captured the Chairman’s Award. Photos courtesy Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance.
Last weekend, our Hemmings iPhone app was approved for download in the Apple store. The app lets you search through our classic car marketplace and read Hemmings Daily headlines (and, of course, the stories behind them).
A new Dodge rolls off the assembly line. Still image from video. In the days when model updates were expected from the Big Three automakers on a yearly basis, standing out above the competition was no easy task.
Jeff at Vintage Las Vegas has been the source for many a Sin City carspotting photo these last few years, so let’s repay him the favor by helping him narrow down the year of the above photo based on the cars in it.
Dragula? Not quite, but given that we’re already seeing Halloween decorations in the stores, it’s about the right time to take a look at this coffin-bodied 1971 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia for sale on Hemmings.com.
Photos by Daniel Strohl. It’s been 50 years since Ford took the drag racing world by storm with its lightweight Thunderbolt and to celebrate, Dearborn Steel Tubing, the original manufacturer of the Thunderbolt in 1964, has just produced a new Thunderbolt.
A Checker cab, no longer in service, spotted in New York in 2012. Photo by Sigmar. Let’s face it, the great, squarish Checker is an American automotive icon, even though none have picked up fares in New York City since July 1999.
Cars roll out of the Las Vegas Convention Center for the SEMA Cruise. Photo courtesy SEMA. Each November, the Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show turns the Las Vegas Convention Center into ground zero for the automotive aftermarket.