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Tucker Collection

Tucker Collection

Grand Opening Soon at AACA Museum

     A few years back, we were able to visit a special place in Alexandria, Virginia. David Cammack was the caretaker of the greatest collection of material surrounding the legendary Tucker. Aside from viewing the cars and collectibles... more

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Chris Chessnoe - September 18, 2014 08:00 AM - Comments

Edsel’s Secret Project

Edsel’s Secret Project

1934 Luxus Two-Window Cabriolet

Sometimes, the story behind the creation of a unique car is as interesting as the car itself. Drama, intrigue, and secrecy all played a role in this unique two-window Cabriolet.... more

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Joe Greeves - September 01, 2014 09:45 AM - Comments

The Cammack Collection

The Cammack Collection

Headed to New Home in Hershey

     One of our fondest automotive memories happened in historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia a few years back. We made our way down the slushy backstreets off the beaten path, and down an alleyway past the firehouse in the middle... more

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Chris Chessnoe - August 22, 2014 08:00 AM - Comments

Oaklands on Parade

Oaklands on Parade

Part of Recent POCI Event

     The little-known Oakland was one of the building blocks of the formation of General Motors in 1908 and Oakland cars were produced from that year until 1931. The company changed its name to Pontiac, which was originally a hot-selling... more

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John Gunnell - August 07, 2014 03:04 PM - Comments

High Performance AMC Models

High Performance AMC Models

Often overlooked but carry great value

From the mid-1950s on, when Nash and Hudson merged to create American Motors, their primary sales strategy was to offer dependable cars at reasonable prices.... more

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Eric Lawrence - July 21, 2014 10:56 AM - Comments

Auto Express

Auto Express

Where Passion Rules

Our favorite salvage yards are the ones where the owner of the yard, as well as the employees, have a passion for the vintage cars. Auto Express of Williamstown, New Jersey, is just that kind of place.... more

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Joe Sharretts - July 14, 2014 09:24 AM - Comments

A Full Service Friday

A Full Service Friday

Hagerty Celebrates with Classic Gas Prices

      To celebrate National Collector Car Appreciation Day, Hagerty Classic Car Magazine transformed a gas station on Michigan’s famous Woodward Avenue into a full service station from the past, complete with classic gas... more

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Larry Jewett - July 11, 2014 01:53 PM - Comments

Jackie’s Bubbletop

Jackie’s Bubbletop

1962 Lincoln Continental 297-X

In the 1950s, Cadillac ruled the luxury car market. Ford Motor Company aimed to make Lincoln a serious competitor to the GM division that boldly called itself the “Standard of the World.”... more

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David W. Temple - July 02, 2014 04:00 PM - Comments

Gas Crisis Cruisers

Gas Crisis Cruisers

Pump Prices Don't Stop These

      Don’t get “freaked out” when you see gasoline selling for over $4 per gallon. There are plenty of classic American cars that you can drive to shows and car club events on just a few gallons of gas.    ... more

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John Gunnell - June 25, 2014 11:36 AM - Comments

Collector Car Appreciation Day

Collector Car Appreciation Day

A Day to Enjoy

     With July’s Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD) celebration just around the corner, SEMA Action Network (SAN) members are sharing a video about the special occasion.  Featuring Spike TV’s Powerblock host Courtney... more

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Larry Jewett - June 25, 2014 09:16 AM - Comments

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