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Records Set for Classics and Rods

Records Set for Classics and Rods

Enthusiasts flock to Auburn for prized possessions

Worldwide Auctioneers is reporting its most successful event to date at home in Auburn, recording overall sales of $13.2million at its 4th annual The Auburn Auction, along with record attendance.... more

GENERAL

Andy Bolig - September 13, 2011 11:12 AM - Comments

WD-40 Turns to Foose

WD-40 Turns to Foose

SEMA Project Vehicle in the Works

After raising nearly $300,000 for children’s charities with its two previous charity vehicle builds, WD-40 Company is partnering with legendary hot rod designer and TV star Chip Foose to design and manage the build of this year’s WD-40®/SEMA... more

GENERAL

Larry Jewett - September 12, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

Come & See The Show

Come & See The Show

Optima Invitational Tickets On Sale

For the first time, fans will be allowed at the annual OPTIMA® Ultimate Street Car Invitational. A limited number of 900 spectator tickets will be available for purchase. The first 50 fans to purchase their tickets will receive a discounted rate... more

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Larry Jewett - September 11, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

Car Warriors To Be Sold

Car Warriors To Be Sold

Classic Mustangs On The Block

Leake Auction Company has been selected to auction two 1966 Ford Mustangs that were featured in the pilot episode of the first season of Speed Network’s Car Warriors. The cars will be sold at no reserve during Leake’s annual Dallas car auction... more

MUSTANG

Larry Jewett - September 10, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

First Responder Tribute

First Responder Tribute

Chevy Silverado Honors Brave Heroes

September 11 marks a decade since the tragic events changed the nation forever. Kicker Performance Audio was humbled in its inclusion on a custom Chevrolet truck inspired by the 9/11 heroes and first responders. Donated and funded by General Motors, the... more

GM

Larry Jewett - September 09, 2011 04:58 PM - Comments

Head Games

Head Games

A simple solution still has benefits in a high tech world

EVERYONE is looking to get better performance out of their cars, even the auto manufacturers. While they do have much more stringent concerns than aftermarket manufacturers or owners of the cars, they can also benefit from having a better performing engine in each of their cars. Although better performing might noT NECESSARILY mean more horsepower.... more

GENERAL

Andy Bolig - September 09, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Parts Shopper

Parts Shopper

Way Cool New Stuff

Pontiac Harmonic DamperPRW Industries adds to its product line with this SFI-rated steel harmonic damper for 1959-’67 Pontiac engines from 326ci to 421ci. Tested at 12,500 rpm, the dampers are CAD engineered, then CNC machined from billet steel... more

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Compiled by Eric Kaminsky - September 09, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Tennessee’s Denton Auto Parts

Tennessee’s Denton Auto Parts

Taking a Trip to Tennessee

A few years ago, Denton decided to count and number the vehicles in his salvage yard. Along the way, he lost count and really doesn’t know exactly how many vehicles are in the 25-acre yard, but it appears there are at the very least a couple of... more

CLASSICS

Leroy Drittler - September 09, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Mopar MoVenture and Rally Appalachia Are Underway

Mopar MoVenture and Rally Appalachia Are Underway

Seeing the U.S.A.

We all know that it takes a little time for the words to get from a computer keyboard to your hands when the printing process is involved. You’ll have to forgive that delay for the time being, because I don’t know the future so I can’t talk about results.... more

GENERAL

Larry Jewett - September 09, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Cuda For a Cause

Cuda For a Cause

Car to Be Auctioned at Barrett-Jackson

This ‘71 Hemi ‘Cuda is being built to auction off at Barrett Jackson’s 40th anniversary Las Vegas auction. It’s called the BarrettCuda. This radically modified car is sponsored by the Darrell Gwynn Foundation and supported by a... more

MOPAR

Roger Johnson - September 09, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments