Monthly Archives: December 2011
Some models muddle along for years, paid little attention, until they are plucked by collectors as a diamond in the rough of history. Others, however, take the world by storm, and ride on to glory amidst a wave of popularity. … Continue reading
The 2010s mark the passing of cars manufactured in the 1950s from classics to antiques. Though for many of us, those lines and curves will continue to define out notion of “classic”, they are in fact now pushing 60 years … Continue reading
As they say, there are customs, and then there are customs. Some take a gentle approach to the art of automobile customization. Some prefer to make there’s a bit more evident. And then there are the wild things – cars … Continue reading
The artisan craft of restoration has always blended respect for the original with modern flare and personality. Seldom is this more evident than with antique customs. Some are wild, but many are subtle, providing a subdued sense of intrigue. Here’s … Continue reading
Appreciation for classic American muscle cars continues to be strong throughout much of the collector car segment. We noticed a large number at recent shows we attended. Here are some of the highlights.
Among the more traditional reds and blues found in the collector car world, we saw a host of purple classics, hot rods, and collectible cars at a recent show… Check back for more collector cars and info on collector car … Continue reading