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I’ve been trying to find out the origin of this remarkable image of a disassembled and lovingly presented Ferrari 250 GTO.
What is it about a junkyard that unleashes creativity? In the last decade or so, junkyard photos have become a genre unto themselves, and there’s no small amount of us who would love to spend our days running around ‘em, combining parts from different cars into Dr.
Reader and Corvette collector Michael Brown might live in Texas today, but he grew up in the town of Hugo, Oklahoma, and shared with us this photo of Hugo’s South Broadway Street, looking north, with 1962 written on the back.
Before anybody comments that this 1932 Ford hot rod for sale on Hemmings.com be restored back to stock, consider this: It’s spent more of its history in a modified state, fitted with a Y-block Thunderbird 312 V-8, than in a stock state, so the fact that it remains a hot rod today – other than being clearly the owner’s preference, and who’s gonna argue with him or her on that?
Photo by Andrew Stawarz. Land-speed record cars, Monte Carlo rally veterans, cutaway show cars, experimental safety cars, and even factory stock coupes and saloons from all throughout British motoring history pack the floor of the Heritage Motor Centre, leaving just enough room to walk around the cars.
1967 Mercury Comet 202 R-Code. Photos by Justin Shaffer, courtesy of Mecum Auctions, unless otherwise noted.
Year after year, one of our best selling calendars is the one with monthly photos of abandoned, discarded, rusting, dilapidated, crusty, forgotten, and otherwise mistreated old cars and trucks.
Meet Bob's latest pony project: an M-code 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 of which he’s only the second owner.
A VIN-swapped Mini Cooper awaits crushing. Still image from video below. Importation rules regarding vehicles are very specific: only those over 25 years in age may be brought into the United States without compliance to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS).
Perhaps, much like the photos of the junkyard in Newport, Vermont, that we examined a few years back, the photos of this dealership-slash-garage-slash-gas station-slash-junkyard along Route 22A in Fair Haven, Vermont, which we came across on the Vermont Landscape Change program, were taken from a study on roadside eyesores and right-of-way violations.
Debuting in 1992, the GMC Typhoon SUV borrowed from the script written by the high-performance GMC Syclone pickup, adding more amenities, a rear seat and an enclosed hatch. It, too, offered four-wheel drive and a turbocharged V-6 engine beneath the hood, rated at 280 horsepower and 360 pound feet of torque.
A 1977 Pontiac Trans Am, formerly owned by Burt Reynolds. Photo by Edison Graff, courtesy Julien’s Auctions.
1957 Ford Thunderbird. Photo by Mark McCourt. The Hemmings Motor News Concours d’Elegance, presented by Gullwing Motor Cars and sponsored by Chubb Collector Car Insurance, has announced the featured marques for its ninth-annual extravaganza, to be held on September 25-27, 2015, in the picturesque Saratoga Spa State Park adjacent to the Saratoga Automobile Museum in Saratoga Springs, New York.
A Model T Snowmobile stretches its legs at the 2007 Model T Ford Snowmobile Club gathering. Photos by Daniel Strohl.
Skip the hassle of restoring old die-cast vent window frames on your classic Mustang with new reproductions from National Parts Depot.
Three installments in to the $5,000 Challenge (which we will continue on a semi-regular basis, at least until we’ve exhausted the supply of cars worth diving into), it’s becoming clear that entry-level collector cars exist to meet a variety of budgets and tastes.
Neal Jackson’s stolen 1969 Camaro Trans-Am replica. Photos courtesy Neal Jackson. On December 11 at approximately 8:00 a.m., Neal Jackson arrived at his Mattress Express store in Cornelius, North Carolina, to find his 2014 24-foot V-nose Diamond enclosed cargo trailer missing from the parking lot.
When he left this photo on the Hemmings Motor News Facebook wall, Enrique Escobedo didn’t include much contextual information other than the fact that it was taken in the 1970s in Juarez – he didn’t even specify whether it was the city or the state – but do we really need to know exactly when or where the photo was taken to appreciate the mix of 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s metal lined up in this anonymous parking lot?
Long the butt of jokes about exploding fuel tanks (an issue corrected by a 1978 recall), Ford Pintos have developed something of a cult following over the years.
1984 Audi Sport Quattro. Photos by Erik Fuller, courtesy RM Auctions. In creating the Group B category in 1982, the FIA also reduced the number of road-going cars manufacturers were required to produce for homologation purposes from 400 to 200.