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There’s a certain mechanical honesty to early Land Rovers that’s missing from modern SUVs. Simple, (relatively) reliable and able to competently traverse a wide variety of terrain, buying a Land Rover is, in a way, akin to parking peace of mind in your garage.
* If you think the rear end of John Osborn’s fiberglass-bodied Oldsmobile looked radical, check out the front end, as seen in the few photos Geoff Hacker of Forgotten Fiberglass and Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama have managed to piece together.
There’s something starkly atmospheric and cinematic about Peter Aylward’s photography that gives these cacophonous racing machines a serene beauty.
Maserati trident from 1963 Maserati Sebring. Photo by author. Throughout 2014, Maserati has been celebrating its centennial year with events across the globe.
So, apparently, while the folks at CERN – the European Organization for Nuclear Research – have been figuring out string theory and all 11 dimensions and the differences between a muon and a quark, they haven’t really been taking great pains to caption the photos in their archive, so they’ve tossed about 12,000 photos out to the public for help identifying them.
Most collectors, when going after multiple versions of the same model of car, try to go for a little variety – one of each color, maybe, or one of every bodystyle/drivetrain/model year.
The Peter Max Corvettes in the summer of 2014. Photos by Richard Prince, courtesy of Richard Prince Photography.
A pair of prewar Bugattis take to the track at the 2014 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. Photo by author.
Photos by Tom Hardy. [Editor's Note: Tom Hardy uploaded the following story about four Buick Skylarks that he let slip away to the My Hemmings pages and we thought it worth sharing here.
This carbon-fiber 2014 Ford Mustang Widebody G.T. 500 is pushing 1,000 HP!
No matter where you are in December, Brittany Allen, a 22 year old from Florida can heat up the action.
Rivision threads the cones in Columbus. Still image from video below. To call J.F. Launier’s Ridler Award-winning 1964 Buick Riviera “polarizing” would be something of an understatement.
Much like Wall Drug, South of the Border on U.S. 501 in Hamer, South Carolina, is one of those tourist traps destinations that has far outgrown its original aim and that has in turn inspired more than its fair share of both bumper stickers and summer vacation photos.
The venerable British automaker Singer might not be widely remembered in the U.S. today, but its Nine Roadster was a credible alternative to its primary rivals, the MG TC and TD.
Photo courtesy General Motors. The decade didn’t see a carburetor on a new car from the factory. It ushered in new alliances among auto manufacturers and swept other manufacturers away.
1956 Lotus Mark VI, owned by guest curator Kyle Kaulback. Photos by Michael Furman, courtesy of the AACA Museum.
“Curly” Auto Antlers. Photograph courtesy of True Gear Head. It’s not uncommon here in the Hemmings home office to walk by the desk of one of the editors and see him lifting something cool from a box of foam peanuts or packing paper.
Mustang Week in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in mid-July is heaven for Mustang lovers.
The Oldsmobile Golden Rocket concept. Still image from video below. Surreal. Ethereal. Dreamlike. These hypnagogic adjectives may rarely come up in conversations with your buddies as you wrench on the car.
Presumably, the Battery Street Tunnel in Seattle, pictured here in a July 1954 photo from the Seattle Municipal Archives, passed the carbon monoxide test that the caption tells us the city was then conducting, otherwise we’d be looking at a rather grisly photo, something like in those post-apocalyptic movies where people attempt to flee their cities en masse.