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Racing at Kyalami in 2008. Photo by André van Rooyen. On Thursday, July 24, an historic racetrack that has seen its fair share of change throughout the years underwent one more: the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, located just outside of Johannesburg, South Africa, was purchased at auction by Porsche South Africa (the German automaker’s local importer) for 205 million rand, the equivalent of $19.35 million. While the track may be unknown to some, its rich history should be recognized by every racing enthusiast – especially every F1 fan.
Check out this magnificent look behind the scenes at Repco-Brabham, and “Black Jack” Brabham’s relationship with the company.
From the signs we can see in this January 1962 photo of Carondelet Street in New Orleans, which we came across on the Historic New Orleans Collection, this would have been the section of town we’d have most likely hung out in, what with an auto parts store, an engine rebuilder, a tire place, a radiator shop, and a sheet metal fabricator.
Studebaker enthusiast Doug Hodak dreamed up this P-38 Lightning-inspired 1950 Champion Starlight Coupe, for sale on Hemmings.com, during a discussion with some fellow Studebaker Drivers Club members at the 2007 Studebaker International Meet in South Bend, Indiana.
1970 Dodge Hemi Coronet R/T. Photo by Teddy Pieper, courtesy Mecum Auctions. In 1970, Dodge built 14 mid-size Coronet R/Ts with the 425hp 426-cu.in.
1939 Bugatti Type 57C, bodied by Voll & Rohrbeck. Photos courtesy Concours d’Elegance of America. Of the 96 Bugatti Type 57Cs constructed, only one convertible was bodied by German coachbuilder Voll & Rohrbeck.
Bryan Thompson’s 2003 Ultima Edicion VW Beetle has appeared in the pages of Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car.
Neither rain, snow, ice, nor the threat of tornado warnings could keep the long-haulers away from the Mustang 50th Birthday Celebrations.
Larry Hamlin, master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, recently served a tour in Afganistan. He had been without a Mustang for a bit after selling his '96 Mystic Cobra, but his search for another intensified during his off time while in-country.
1963 Triumph Sport Six. Triumph’s ad men were right when they wrote “Detroit has never built a compact like this”.
It’s summer time. Are you sitting on a beach reading a book and frying like a lobster yet? If so, good.
What if Howard Keck hadn’t pulled the plug on the development of this Travers/Coons-built 1955 Indy car for sale on Hemmings.com before the 1955 running of the Indianapolis 500?
Seized cars to be sold at auction. Photos courtesy A.J. Willner Auctions. Owners can auction off cars for any number of reasons: to turn a profit on an investment, to raise funds for another vehicle purchase, or, perhaps, simply because the vehicle can no longer be driven in the desired manner.
Vintage Volvos from the Indian Trail Rally in Guatemala. Photos courtesy Guatemala Tourism Institute.
Bud Crayne rounded a curve at fifty and faced into the setting sun. For the next ten miles the highway ran straight and level across open farm land.
“The car was in poor condition overall when I got it,” Scott Sanford says about this ’66 Mustang coupe.
I have owned a ’00 GT since 2001, but the car has been sitting for three years collecting dust. I’m trying to modify it, but I want something reliable.
This month, we’re tackling the fuel and electrical systems of Project Hypersilver, a 1988 Ford Mustang GT.
In the mid-1970s, fiberglass sports car bodies for Volkswagen Beetles were all the rage, but shadetree mechanics soon learned the downsides of building an inexpensive car on your own.
Marmons were never light cars, despite Howard Marmon’s affinity for aluminum, but after riding along with Arch Brown as he took the wheel of this 1922 Marmon Model 34 for SIA #190, August 2002, we can see that they were absolute bears to drive.