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Today, the thought of an affordable mid-engine, rear-drive sport coupe from a domestic manufacturer seems like the stuff of science fiction, but in the mid-1980s Pontiac was selling such a car (or at least trying to sell such a car) from its dealerships.
Photos by Jeremy Cliff, courtesy RM Sotheby’s. Sure, Howard Hughes once owned the 1956 Ford Thunderbird that will head to auction in Michigan later this month, but Howard Hughes owned a lot of cars.
A Ford GT40 runs at the inaugural Classic 24 at Daytona. Photos by Chris Brewer. IMSA, the sanctioning body of the current TUDOR United SportCar series, has raced for the better part of five decades at tracks like Watkins Glen, Lime Rock, Road America, Sebring and Daytona.
1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Springfield Riviera Town Car. Photos by Dan Savinelli. We have an update of the whereabouts and history of the Silver Ghost Town Car that was featured in “From the Archives” last June.
If you have kids in school, chances are good they’re staying up late, sleeping late and looking for things to do around the house in their down time.
Though we put Anaheim in the title of this post, we’re really not sure where these two photos of Carl’s Restaurant and a Carl’s Jr.
In 1969, Italian motorcycle manufacturer Benelli introduced a new parallel twin, the Tornado 650, specifically designed for the U.S.
Photos courtesy National Auto and Truck Museum. The famous Futurliners might have served as centerpieces of the Parade of Progress with their towering height, awe-inducing exhibits, and shimmering polished flanks.
Peter Clifford. Photo courtesy NHRA. One of the world’s largest motorsports sanctioning bodies, the National Hot Rod Association, has named longtime executive vice president Peter Clifford as the organization’s new president, succeeding Tom Compton, who had earlier announced plans to retire after a 15-year tenure.
A 1953 Turner 1.5-liter sports racing car. Photos courtesy Silverstone Auctions. Each July, the Silverstone Classic draws car fans from throughout Europe to Britain’s Silverstone circuit for three days of car shows, vintage racing and live music.
The history just oozes out of this 1961 Chevrolet Corvette for sale on Hemmings.com, from the tuning by Don Nicholson to the dragstrip successes to the race parts still on or with the car.
While researching our recent article on the 40th anniversary of the Chevette, we came across plenty of crash videos featuring said subcompact on YouTube, but we also came across this Dodge-created comparison video from 1977 pitting the Colt against the Datsun B210, the Chevette and Vega, and the Ford Pinto – in numbers and features only.
Yes, it has rust, but this 1959 Ford Custom 300 for sale on Hemmings.com also runs and drives and the rust doesn’t appear from the photos to be threatening body integrity, so it could feasibly go back on the road as is and provide maybe a few more years of basic transportation.
In America, if a little is good then more must be better, something we can see in the creation of this custom-built six-wheeled Jeep CJ (a vehicle once described as America’s only true sports car) that Off-Road Action came across not too long ago.
We’re enjoying some down time with friends and family this weekend, so there’s no Hemmings Daily today.
Photo by author. Hiking the rows upon rows of show cars at the Street Machine Nationals in Du Quoin with Hemmings Daily Editor Kurt Ernst, we saw plenty of buildups that stood out from the crowd with wall-to-wall rear tires, wild paint and graphics and blowers, sometimes one stacked on top of another and popping out of the hood.
While researching Fruehauf trailers for a recent story, we came across this photo of a Fruehauf Trailer sales and service branch in St.
What do you get when you cross a hand-built frame with a body influenced by a 1924 Dodge and powered by a 181-cu.in.
Corky Coker, Doug Sharp, Howard Sharp and Wade Kawasaki at the finish of the 2015 Great Race. Photo by Tommy Lee Byrd.
Photos by Mikel Smithson, except where noted. Couldn’t be that hard, many people think, to slam an AMX and a Gremlin together to re-create the long-lost 1968 AMX GT concept car, right?