Articles (Post-2016)

Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Rumble at the Roval

Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Rumble at the Roval

Rumble at the Roval, two days of track time for Mustangs and other weekend racers, was held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, American’s Home for Racing.   The event, which was organized by the SVT Cobra Club and Track Club USA, gave drivers the opportunity to test...

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Raleigh Classic Summer 2020

Raleigh Classic Summer 2020

The show must go on, so the Raleigh Classic Summer auction, which was delayed from earlier in the year, was held September 21 – 22 at the Capital Auto Auction in Youngsville, NC.  Holding public sales can be quite challenging in these current times, but the enthusiasm...

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Blue Chip and Million Dollar Mustangs

Blue Chip and Million Dollar Mustangs

The universal popularity of Mustangs makes any pony car collectible, but some are more sought-after, with a few even being true celebrities. We’ll start with Blue Chip Mustangs first, as we ascend the Mustang hierarchy. Here are the cars that have become iconic...

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Mecum Showcases the Eddie Vannoy Collection

Mecum Showcases the Eddie Vannoy Collection

For over 50 years Eddie Vannoy collected some of the finest classic cars and road art available. In a compound of multiple building were themed rooms for Muscle Cars, Mopars, Corvettes, Motorcycles, Peddle Cars, and Western Firearms.

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Top Social Media Posts

Top Social Media Posts

At least once a day, we post classic car images and videos, including messages directly from events we attend. Here are some of the most popular posts based on our viewer’s feedback.

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The Shelby Mustang Green Hornet

The Shelby Mustang Green Hornet

Less than 5000 Shelby Notchbacks were built in 1968, which in itself, makes them a collectible. In this same time period, Ford built a 390 V8 Notchback prototype Mustang, with similar rear end Shelby treatment. This Lime Gold Mustang, with deluxe Ivy Gold interior, was showcased nationwide to gauge public interest.

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The Rebel Hot Rodders

The Rebel Hot Rodders

The history of hot rodding dates back to the 1930s in southern California.  Backyard mechanics stripped down older, mostly antiquated cars by removing fenders and making other modifications to lighten the car’s weight.   They also found ways to get more power from...

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More Highlights from the 2020 Amelia Island Concours

More Highlights from the 2020 Amelia Island Concours

Cars of Harley EarlStarting in the 1930s and spanning three decades, Harley Earl was the styling visionary for GM car designs.  From fins to fancy grills, he helped create some of the most iconic concept cars whose styling features were integrated in all GM models. ...

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The Mystery Car — It’s Not an Edsel, It’s a Scimitar

The Mystery Car — It’s Not an Edsel, It’s a Scimitar

In the late 1950s, Olin Aluminum Company funded a project to build three concept cars to demonstrate that cars could potentially be constructed from aluminum.    Brooks Stevens, an accomplished industrial designer at the time, was commissioned to create the “what if”...

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