Pick of the Day: 1934 Chevrolet Street Rod

Some automotive designs just get better with time, and at 90 years old, the 1934 Chevrolet is definitely one that continues turning heads for all the right reasons. The Pick of the Day is a 1934 Chevrolet restomod roadster listed for sale on ClassicCars.com by a private seller in Oakdale, California. (Click the link to…

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New Duesenberg Book Examines the SSJ

What’s the greatest of all the American brands? While Bugatti, Hispano-Suiza, Delage, Delahaye, Rolls-Royce, and Mercedes-Benz get to fight the European side, Duesenberg seems to stand at the top in the North American continent without peer. (Angelo Van Bogart photo) Though founded in 1920 in Indiana, Duesenberg as we know it didn’t really come into…

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Tyson Hugie Interview: Drive the Bid Podcast

We have a special guest for this week’s AutoHunter Drive the Bid Podcast! He is a local automotive scenester in Phoenix whose influence can be felt way beyond the Grand Canyon State. He’s also a contributing writer to the ClassicCars.com Journal and AutoHunter. Mom’s 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix five-speed Growing up with cars, washing Mom’s…

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Renowned Car Collector Arturo Keller Passes

When you see the class winners at Pebble Beach and other concours events, the cars are the stars. An owner like Ralph Lauren is someone you may be familiar with by name, but generally these collectors might as well be any random person you pass by at your local Patek Philippe store. One of the…

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Pick of the Day: 1969 Ford Torino Hardtop

We recently wrote about a mid-size Ford that wasn’t a performance model but was equipped like one. If you dig cars like that, then perhaps you’ll enjoy our Pick of the Day that’s in a similar vein, in this case a 1969 Ford Torino two-door hardtop listed for sale on ClassicCars.com. It’s being sold by…

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AutoHunter Spotlight: 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. Perhaps you have heard of a company called Restore a Muscle Car LLC. And in case you haven’t, here’s a crash course: The company will celebrate its 20-year anniversary next year and has become renowned around the world for its expertise…

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My F-Series Fever: 1994 Ford F-250 XLT SuperCab

“In 2023, Ford sold over 700,000 F-Series pickups, making it the best-selling truck in the United States for the 47th consecutive year,” said Robert Kaffl, Director of Ford’s U.S. sales in a December 2023 press release. In his remarks, Kaffl highlighted the past, present, and future of America’s favorite pickups. F-Series History The F-Series truck…

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Ford GT40 Showcase at Florida’s Revs Institute

Ford conquered the world of motorsports and emerged victorious in just about everything it touched, and now you can immerse yourself in the story as Revs Institute presents the Pony Pedigree exhibit that includes a 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III on loan from the Petersen Automotive Museum. Ford Mustang I (courtesy of Revs Digital Library)…

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