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Giving credit to the man who many consider the reason for the Corvette's long lasting success.
We’ve picked 11 classics, built between 1965 and 1998 that we feel offer a great blend of style, individuality, performance and some cases,...
Kaedy Kiely of 97.1 The River interviews the legendary rocker.
Advice for purchasing used speed equipment
It takes a special woman to be a car guy's mother.
There was plenty of American iron at the historic races.
It never ran in period but now an American enthusiast has breathed life into Ghia's 1955 dream car Gilda...
If not for the Corvette Sebring Racer, the life of the Corvette may have been a brief one.
Watch as the experts from Steele Rubber Products show you how to replace these often forgotten but very important window seals.
Watch as the experts from Steele Rubber Products show you just how quick and easy it can be to remove and replace your trunk seal.
Ford’s Most Significant Mustang Engines
Watch as the experts from Steele Rubber Products show you how to remove and replace the often overlooked bumpers that keep your hood and...
Chrysler Engineer Neil Newman made special go-fast cams for his speedy classmates
Stingray looks, budget price
Four weddings means this 1957 Chevy is for sale
Think you know cars? Take our quiz and find out!
Uncovering hard-to-spot frame problems
Bathing beauties! Sword fighting! Doodle bugs! Model boats! Chickens? Another GM news reel great!
This GM film from 1937 shows you how "today's" cars are superior to the cars of the past!
Biplanes? Cheesy animation? Worst case scenarios? It is all here in this "instructional" driving film from 1936.
Spirited away after WWII, the rescue tale of these two brutes involves dedication, research, bribery, and even a little smuggling...
History may not agree on the exact details of the Ventoux, but there is no denying its jaw dropping beauty.
This vintage GM informational film shows the amazing advances in "modern" car suspensions of 1938. Fantastic use of scale models!
AMERICA! GM lauds the 1933 American spirit (while selling a car or two in the process).
Flowing fenders and running boards make quite a style statement!
While function trumps form in the racing world, there is no denying the beauty of a well engineered racing machine.
Camaros are always a SEMA favorite, and this year was no different.
The name of the show may be "Back To The 50's" but these 60's cars are welcomed with open arms.
Big, round fenders set these rides apart from their skinny cousins.
The Brady Arts District was once again flooded with Fords!
If the Vegas strip is packed with cool cars then it must be time for SEMA!
From the earliest days of motorsports to the latest in cutting edge technology and everything in between.
Are these cars the next great collectibles? Only time will tell...
Not your normal kind of rod run...
A true staple of the SEMA show.
Fuller Hot Rods puts on the pressure to get their 2012 SEMA show car completed.
Trekking to the Mid America Ford & Shelby Nationals in Ford's hot hatch.
An American car...from Korea? Think of it from The Classics Perspective.
More of our favorite hot rods from Detroit.
Some of the finest examples of classic American automotive design.
What better place for the top muscle cars than Detroit?
AutoTrader Classics Editor Brian Medford travels to Streetside Classics in Powder Springs, GA to talk about one of his favorite cars, the Impala SS.
Shaved, tucked, smoothed, frenched and more!
Daytona Speedway was a fitting corral for these ponies.
The Spirit of Ecstasy was well represented at the 2010 concours.
These machines only have one purpose: the checked flag.
Chevrolet's pony car was more popular than ever this year.
Big Horsepower Is Always A Winning Hand
by Brian Medford
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The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum auction by RM Auctions featured some interesting finds.
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