Ongoing & Upcoming Events
If you're into classic cars, attending the Hilton Head Concours d'Elegance and Motoring Festival should definitely be on your bucket list. This celebration of cars begins with the Savannah Classic and culminates with the Hilton Head Concours d'Elegeance. Read More.
Car Show season may be winding down for the year, but Goodguys is still going full throttle. Their 25th Southeastern Nationals was held at the Charlotte Speedway, where there was plenty of action on and off the track. Read More.
The highlight of this year’s VIR Gold Cup race weekend was a race car event organized by famous NASCAR crew chief Ray Evernham, who drove one of the cars in the starting field of 18. He, along with other legendary NASCAR stars, such as Bill Elliott, Bobby Labonte, Todd Bodine, Ward Burton, Al Unser Jr., and Greg Biffle, were just a few of the drivers at the controls of the iconic V8-powered machines. Read More.
This 175-page book, with loads of historical photographs, is co-authored by two accomplished automobile journalists, James Dinsmore and James Halderman, who is a cousin to Gale Halderman. It is an informative and engaging read, particularly for anyone interested in the “Mustang Invasion.” It also gives a peek inside the workings of a major car company. Read More.
Hilton Head Island is a great place to vacation, and with 250 restaurants, it offers a wealth of dining choices. If you're a first time visitor, there are so many choices, it's hard to decide. Here's a Guide, based on recommendations from locals, frequent visitors, and my own experiences. Read More.
In the early ‘70s, to attract new buyers, Mopar offered some of the wildest exterior colors, including a super flamboyant group called "High Impact." Among these special colors, pink was perhaps the most unique. Designated paint code FM3 by the Mopar, it was called Panther Pink on Dodge cars and Moulin Rouge on Plymouth cars." See Video.
The Daytona Beach Turkey Run is one of the largest combination car show and swap meets in the country. This four-day event, held over the Thanksgiving weekend, brings more than 6,000 vintage, classic, muscle cars, race cars and trucks, either for show or for sale, as well as more than 2,500 vendors to the Daytona Speedway. For some of the classics on display, See our gallery
Monterey Week has been characterized as the place where “billionaires play and millionaires just watch”- an apt description, with all the world-class four-wheel works of art in the shows and on the streets. But, you don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy Monterey Week – you only have to be a car enthusiast. Read More.
The Tri-Five Nationals in Bowling Green, KY rolled into town on August 9 for a three-day celebration of 55-56-57 Chevys. Despite the inclement weather on Thursday, more than 2,750 Tri-Fives registered, surpassing last year's participation. Now in its 4th year, this event is definitely the place to be for Tri-Five enthusiasts. Read More.
The National Street Rod Assocation celebrated their 49th National event the first weekend in August. More than 10,000 street rods, customs, and muscle cars were on the grounds and inside the buildings at the Kentucky Exposition Center, where creativity and skill was definitely on display. Read More.
It’s two shows in one, when Chrysler and Hurst join forces for a spectacular three day show at the Carlisle Fairgrounds. With more than 2,750 registered cars, including the famous Hemi Under Glass Barracuda, this year's Chrysler and Hurst Nationals was one for the recordbooks. Read More.