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It doesn’t look like the sellers of this 1952 Airstream Cruiser available on Hemmings.com overlooked even the tiniest detail during the 26-foot trailer’s full restoration: Not only did they remove the shell from the frame, they stripped and refinished or outright replaced all of the fixtures and then proceeded to outfit it in a way that celebrates retro style, but also accommodates modern practicality.
The Best in Show winning 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring. Photos courtesy Forest Grove Rotary Club. Of the 33 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B models constructed for road use, six were customer-commissioned Berlinettas, all with slightly unique bodies (mostly by Carrozzeria Touring).
Photos courtesy VanDerBrink Auctions. One of the biggest single stories of last year in the world of historic cars came when VanDerBrink Auctions sold off the contents of the tiny Nebraska dealership, Lambrecht Chevrolet.
Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins. Photos courtesy Jenkins Competition. Bill Jenkins only won 13 NHRA national events as a driver, yet it would be difficult to name someone who had more of a lasting influence on Super Stock and Pro Stock drag racing.
If you are a Mustang purist—known in our world as a Melvin—you may want to skip this story. It begins when an untouched Fox coupe takes a turn to the race track and ends at the intersection of Modular-Swap Drive and Hot-Street-Car Lane.
Note the neat organization. Photos by Thomas A. DeMauro. Has anyone ever jokingly referred to you as a hoarder because of your collection of cars or car paraphernalia?
I’m consistently amazed at what Lego builders can do with nothing more than their ingenuity and a handful of Lego bricks.
The MacWhyte Company in Kenosha, Wisconsin, apparently found several decades of success producing high-strength wire cables, continuing until the latter years of the 20th century.
Most veteran Mopar fans will tell you that there was a time not so long ago that any E-body built past the 1971 model year was generally scorned, even after the 1970-’71 models were gaining popularity and value.
1930 Stutz Lancefield coupe, the 2014 Keeneland Concours Best of the Show winner. Photos courtesy David Brown and the Keeneland Concours d’Elegance.
Photo courtesy Laguna Seca archives. If you’re taking part in the great automotive Woodstock that is Monterey week next month, an absolutely essential stop is the Rolex Monterey Motorsport Reunion.
Last year’s Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car Show. Photo by Terry McGean Don’t look now, but it’s almost August, which means it’s almost time for our ninth annual Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car Show.
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After Bill Patterson saw this ’09 GT at a car show, the Sigala Edition Pony had to be his!
Pennzoil’s new Platinum and Ultra Platinum with PurePlus Technology are the first oils formulated from natural gas.
Photos by the author. While the doghouse covers come off and show a few tarted-up small-block V-8s among the sea of six-cylinders between the front bucket seats, nobody really seems to care much about engines at a custom van show.
On first glance, these few photos of the intersection of routes 2A and 15 in the middle of Essex, Vermont, which the Vermont Landscape Change program has dated 1965, just have a handful of vehicles apiece in them, but if you start zooming in, really taking a look in the backgrounds, you’ll see plenty more vehicles, almost as if they made up the warp and weft of these scenes.
Built on the Type Four platform shared by the Fiat Croma, the Lancia Thema and the Saab 9000, the 164 was the last model developed by Alfa Romeo before its takeover by Fiat.
1953 Muntz Jet, to be sold in Burbank next month. Photo by Pawel Litwinski, courtesy Auctions America.
Passing my late-1980s teenage years in Connecticut, grabbing some parts (self-service style) in the junkyards I visited, apparently made me a scofflaw.