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What A Duesey

What A Duesey

Hollywood history abounds

No American car even approached the grandeur of the Duesenberg Model J when it made its first public appearance at the New York Salon on December 1, 1928, an event for which trading was temporarily halted on the New York Stock Exchange. By then, the company... more

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Larry Jewett - January 22, 2014 09:00 AM - Comments

Enduring History

Enduring History

History comes alive on Daytona’s high banks

In 1968 the legendary "24 Hours of DAYTONA" was born and we just celebrated the most recent running of the famed race. Now HSR announces a classic 24-hour race dedicated to cars that have raced in the DAYTONA endurance races of the past.... more

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Andy Bolig - January 22, 2014 08:07 AM - Comments

Future Classics

Future Classics

Hagerty Predicts Potential Collectibles

With so much attention focused on the record breaking classic car sales and their rapidly increasing values, many enthusiasts often wonder which cars of today will be collectible down the road. Always keeping an eye on the market, the collector car experts... more

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Larry Jewett - January 20, 2014 02:09 PM - Comments

Pinehurst Concours

Pinehurst Concours

Five Year Deal Announced

The Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance and Pinehurst Resort have reached an agreement to extend their contract for the vintage auto showcase through 2017.The inaugural Pinehurst Concours was staged at the Home of American Golf last year and returns for... more

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Larry Jewett - January 19, 2014 10:56 AM - Comments

Mercury Muscle

Mercury Muscle

Offered at Mecum

The early success of Ford’s 427 engines on the nation’s dragstrips roared through the mid-’60s as the faster Super Stock racers began their transformation into radical factory experimental machines. Ford in 1967 delivered a new wave... more

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Larry Jewett - January 17, 2014 09:00 AM - Comments

Enjoy the Ride

Enjoy the Ride

There's Pleasure in Cars in Every Seat

Riding. You could call it the act of not driving, I guess. Riding in cars is cool and can be relaxing.... more

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Andy Bogus - January 16, 2014 10:00 AM - Comments

Town and Country

Town and Country

Special Vehicle Offered

Chrysler’s Town and Country had its roots in a station wagon conceived by Chrysler Division General Manager Dave Wallace. His quest for a streamlined station wagon left outside wood body manufacturers baffled in their attempts to design suitable... more

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Larry Jewett - January 11, 2014 10:44 AM - Comments

Build a “new” 1932 Ford

Build a “new” 1932 Ford

Officially licensed body shell available

Car enthusiasts will now be able to get behind the wheel of their own 1932 Ford five-window coupe through a new licensed product offering from Ford Component Sales.... more

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Eric Kaminsky - January 10, 2014 11:00 AM - Comments

No Reservations!

No Reservations!

Can YOU handle this '33?

You'll find out, only if you're the highest bidder at the 2014 Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale Arizona!... more

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Andy Bolig - January 09, 2014 05:15 PM - Comments

A Collector's Camaro

A Collector's Camaro

Ultra-Rare Yenko Offered at Russo and Steele

The Yenko Camaro remains one of the quickest and most-coveted American supercars of all time. Just 198 were built for 1969, courtesy of Chevy’s infamous COPO factory-ordering pipeline with the 425-horsepower L27 427 “big-block” engine at their core.... more

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Andy Bolig - January 05, 2014 02:57 PM - Comments

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