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Parked for about 40 years, covered with parts, the hood and front nose section pulled and laying on the shop floor, the ’67 Shelby G.T.
Photos by author. The search for further information usually intensifies shortly after we’ve purchased the vintage vehicle we desire.
At a “Buy it Now” price of $795, these might be most expensive 3-inch pinback badges on the market. If, however, I had a car that ran in the Watkins Glen International Grand Prix in 1954, 1955, or 1956, I’d be mighty tempted.
From the Vermont Landscape Change program, we have today another couple of shots of Shelburne Road in Burlington taken for the area’s highway plan in June of 1965, these two show the shopping areas along the section of that road just north of the Interstate 189 interchange.
As is the case with other air-cooled Porsche models, the 914 is climbing in value, and restored examples are now priced beyond the means of many seeking a fun weekend driver.
The 1955 Chevy from Two-Lane Blacktop. Photos courtesy Barrett-Jackson. Is Monte Hellmen’s 1971 ode to street racing, Two-Lane Blacktop, a time-capsule road movie or celluloid pablum lacking actors, dialogue, or even much of a plot?
“Kaiserpreis 1907,” pen and ink. All images courtesy Dr. Mark Moskowitz. The best automotive fine artwork pulls in the viewer and brings the subject to light in a vibrant way.
Jeremy Greiner behind the wheel. Photos by Mark Weber. The Road Racing Drivers Club has presented the Mark Donohue Award for the 44th time to a driver who showed outstanding performance, competitiveness and sportsmanship during the recent SCCA National Championship Runoffs.
Somehow we had tracked down the man who bought the first serialized Mustang, 5F08F100001. We had to know how he wound up with one of the most significant Mustangs in history.
The first reborn ANDIAL Porsche, a 2011 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Car. Photo courtesy Porsche Motorsport North America.
Two views of the intersection of State Street and 400 South for today’s carspotting exercise, both dated April 1952, thanks to the Utah Division of State History Digital Collections.
Similar to the Monte Carlo rally Falcon that came up for sale a couple years ago, this 1964 Ford Falcon for sale on Hemmings.com has plenty of rally history, including a couple runs on La Carrera Panamericana, and is set up not as a dust-gathering museum piece, wasting its potential by sitting static, but as a race-ready car, with all of its FIA paperwork and go-fast parts in order.
A 1965 Ford GT40 runs through the Daytona infield at dusk. All photos by Chris Brewer. Editor’s note: We couldn’t make this year’s Classic 24 Hour at Daytona, so we asked Jacksonville, Florida, resident Chris Brewer to cover it for us.
Mike Hill’s psychedelic 1970 Plymouth Superbird. Photos by author. Old race cars never die. Some get rebuilt to go vintage racing while others get restored.
The Michigan Buggy Company – or “Mighty Michigan” as their four-cylinder roadster and touring cars would come to be known – was a perfect example of brass era bravura that would ultimately burn out far too quickly.
What makes this year’s show so special is that it is the most significant gathering of Boss 429 Mustangs ever put together.
The ’03-’04 Mustang SVT Cobra’s nickname, the Terminator, dates back to 2002 when Ford’s SVT division came up with the idea for the baddest 32-valve Mustang Cobra at the time.
It’s inevitable: Pen a story on the latest record-breaking auction price of a competition Ferrari, rare muscle car or restored to better-than-new condition classic, and comments pour in about how the average Joe is priced out of the hobby.
You know how you’re often looking at the photos in our carspotting series, thinking you’d like to zoom in even closer to get a better look at the cars and assorted other stuff in the photos?
At first glance, and even after skimming over the descriptions of these two cars, it looks like somebody accidentally re-uploaded the same listing for a black GTO.