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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1966 Chevrolet Impala


Put in for a new job, and there’s guaranteed to be an interview process. The same holds true with adopting a pet from an animal shelter, meeting prospective in-laws-to-be for the first time, and in some cases, buying a car.

Barrett-Jackson bows out of Reno


Photos courtesy Barrett-Jackson. Following its third annual Reno auction earlier this month, Barrett-Jackson claimed a record for attendance and a spike in automobilia sales but still made the decision not to return to the Biggest Little City for Hot August Nights 2016.

Noise barrier construction begins at National Corvette Museum Motorsport Park


The National Corvette Museum Motorsport Park in August 2014, prior to garage and pavilion construction.

Scampolo: Germany’s 500cc single-seater of the early postwar era


What is believed to be the first Scampolo single-seater with builder Walter Komossa behind the wheel.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1968 Chevrolet Corvette


What started out as a fairly run-of-the-mill small-block Corvette convertible, this built-for-racing 1968 Chevrolet Corvette for sale on Hemmings.com, could ultimately return to its original configuration, thanks to the fact that the seller didn’t seem to toss anything out when converting it for racing.

Hemmings Sunday Cinema – Daytona Beach 1957, Being Evel, Blues Brothers


Daytona, before it became a mecca for stock car racing, hosted a series of speed trials every year, and in 1957 some big names took to the sand to wring out every last bit of performance from showroom stock (or, in the case of Smokey Yunick, “stock”) cars.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1964 Dodge Dart GT


Dodge celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1964, but that’s not to say that 1964 models came adorned with gold-plated trim or gaudy badging.

Four-Links – Mini dune buggy racing, vintage PIR map, haunted bridge road trip, Arnolt-Bristol love story


If Stephen Lawrenson’s Stimson Mini Bug looks rather like a bulky go-kart in the pictures he sent along to Jeroen Booij’s Maximum Mini this week, that’s because it almost was classified as such: He had to add an inch of wheelbase to actually qualify it as an automobile when racing it in the Seventies.

Hurst/Olds co-creator Jack “Doc” Watson, 1940-2015


Photo courtesy Hurst/Olds Club of America. Undoubtedly lots of guys with the surname Watson get tagged with the nickname “Doc,” but in the case of Jack “Doc” Watson, it was earned.  Both inside and outside General Motors, the engineer and businessman made many contributions to the betterment of the high-performance automobile.  Doc, a resident of White Lake, Michigan, passed away August 2 at the age of 75.

Long Beach, Washington, 1960s


Rodeo! While it’d be rather interesting to see the participants’ parking area at the Long Beach Rodeo Grounds for the trucks used to haul the horse trailers, the spectator’s parking lot in this photo which we came across on Panoramio is just as – if not more – colorful, with a good mix of station wagons, sedans, and pickups.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1982 Volkswagen Vanagon Transporter by Tischer


Buying an older motorhome is more like buying an older house than it is like buying an older car: The more recently it’s been lived in, the better.

Not seen in decades, copper-heavy Exemplar I concept car to emerge at auction


Photos courtesy of Dragone Auctions. Like many concept cars, the Exemplar I nearly didn’t survive to the present day.

Pint-size post-war pickup – 1947 Crosley to appear at Hemmings Concours d’Elegance


Photos by Matt Litwin. Here at Hemmings, Web Editor Daniel Strohl owns the Crosley beat, but when Senior Editor Matt Litwin’s photos of this perfectly restored ’47 Crosley pickup crossed my desk recently, I wanted to know more.

The $5,000 Challenge, (mostly) two-door edition


The good thing about the classic car hobby is this: there’s something for every taste and budget. No matter how small the budget may be, many shoppers still prefer two doors to four, even if the latter makes hauling of passengers that much easier.

Screaming Yellow 2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Colorado resident Michael Hoskins is the proud owner of this 2004 Mach 1 in Screaming Yellow—just 1 of 109 yellow automatic Mach 1 Mustangs.

Track Map of the Past: Portland International Raceway


Back when PIR was Auto Sports Park they had a touch more personality and fun in their program ephemera than they do today.

National Corvette Museum Skydome set for grand re-opening


The National Corvette Museum Skydome sinkhole on February 12, 2014. Images courtesy National Corvette Museum.

Amsterdam, 1960s


Do we need a new subcategory in our carspotting series? After all, we have street scenes, parking lot scenes, highway scenes, but we don’t yet have a preponderance of canal scenes like this one, recently shared by Ronan Glon on Ran When Parked, which depicts Amsterdam’s Herengracht canal sometime in the 1960s.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1968 Fiat 125


As square as it looks (if it were any boxier, it’d have square wheels), this 1968 Fiat 125 for sale on Hemmings.com has the potential to make for a fun driveable dream with its manual transmission, its 1600 dual overhead camshaft four-cylinder, and its guaranteed ability to start up a conversation wherever it goes.

Pontiac-based Nomad recalls 1954 Motorama dream car


1954 Chevrolet Corvette Nomad replica. Photos courtesy Auctions America, unless otherwise noted. In January of 1954, GM introduced a radical new concept at its New York Motorama show.


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