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Photo courtesy The Henry Ford. Automotive safety didn’t start with Ralph Nader, of course. Plenty of people, startled by annual highway death figures in the tens of thousands and growing, concerned themselves with the topic both before and after World War II, but the vast majority of that concern focused on pretty much everything but the automobile itself.
Keith has locked onto the Mustang like a lamprey to a shark—an association that’s liable to last a lifetime.
To wrap up this week of European carspotting, let’s head over to The Netherlands with two photo postcards we came across on Flickr.
Now, after nearly 90 years of Craftsman tool innovations, Craftsman is taking its tool line to the next step with its Craftsman Industrial Program.
Prices for driver-quality Volkswagen Beetles have been on an upward swing in recent years, as a once seemingly endless supply has dwindled dramatically.
The 1940 Packard Royal roadster. Photos by Patrick Ernzen, courtesy Auctions America. It measures 31.5-feet from end-to-end, nearly 10-feet longer than a Ford Super Duty pickup.
As this is posted, there’s only a couple of weeks left on the calendar before 120 teams from five nations descend upon San Rafael, California, to compete in the 2016 Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty, which will travel along the historic Lincoln Highway through Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, a smidge of Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa before finishing in Moline, Illinois; however Great Race and Coker Tire Company owner Corky Coker announced that the 2017 edition of the renowned vintage car rally will travel along the equally historic Dixie Highway.
For the first time in 55 years, Oiler Quint Meland is staged to race. Photography by the author. As the weather warms, the days lengthen and the annual Race of Gentlemen in Wildwood, New Jersey—now happening on June 4-5—fast approaches, we can’t help but return to memories of last year’s event.
It was a funny and entertaining discussion, especially when former Shelby roommates Morton and Grant were ribbing each other about old times!
It’s pretty rare these days to come across a thirty-year-old car that has never changed hands.
Last fall’s Musclepalooza XXII. Photos by Hemmings staff. Summer is so close we can just about smell it, and in the Hemmings offices that’s a sure sign that Musclepalooza is back.
Not sure exactly where Porshce’s ad agency at the time shot this photo for an ad for the 911, so if anybody recognizes the bridge the Neun-Elf is on, let us know.
This year’s Tribute, the 4th annual version of the event, was held on May 21, 2016 and was once again organized with the help of the Los Angeles Shelby American Automobile Club (LASAAC).
Oddly, our sources for 1968 Mercurys show the 302 as the base V-8 engine that year (Fords could still get a 289 in 1968), but this 1968 Mercury Comet coupe for sale on Hemmings.com has a C-code 289, the correct engine code in the VIN, and apparently a Marti report to back it up.
Photo by Phil Parrish, courtesy Historic Vehicle Association. Though it rolled down the assembly line at Norwood, Ohio without a name or nameplate and with a simple six-cylinder engine, the car then known only as N100001 was destined to play an outsized role in the rise of Chevrolet’s Camaro and the late Sixties pony car wars, and it’s that outsized role that led the Historic Vehicle Association to add N100001 to the National Historic Vehicle Register.
Photo courtesy FIVA. How far should a car’s preservation go? Should it touch up some of the worst aspects of the car and make it presentable again?
To some, the collector car hobby is about driving a classic car, a fairly broad term that encompasses a wide variety of vehicles and manufacturers.
Stop number three in OPTIMA's Search for the Ultimate Street Car, presented by Advance Auto Parts, sent competitors to New Jersey Motorsports Park for what turned out to be a very wet weekend.
Some Super Stockers have a rough life. They’re constantly being worked on and cut up to remain competitive in their respective class.
Photography by author. Edsel Ford always had an eye for fine design and distinctive upscale styling, so when he decided to re-style the 1934 Ford to his liking, in order to do it his way without his father’s interference, Edsel went to Europe to have his design created.