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Old Cars Weekly’s car blogs provide an insider’s look at collecting and maintaining classic cars. Get involved with the classic car enthusiast communities surrounding these car blogs: Tire Tracks featuring new blogger and editor Mike Eppinger, Under the Hood with Angelo Van Bogart, Gunner’s Garage with John Gunnell, A Note from the Li’l Nordstrom’s Gal with Yvette VanDerBrink, and Salvage Yard Ron with Ron Kowalke.

Garage Sanctuary

Garage Time

It happens every so often when the earth, moon and stars align. It is one of the most cherished things any car junkie could ask for. A whole weekend to yourself, out in the garage unencumbered, is like your own personal holiday. I was fortunate enough to have one such weekend recently, and I...

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Shelby Mustang to highlight Ken Brownlee auction

For Ken Brownlee, Ford was the “only” car manufacturer. When he was a kid, he would sneak out and run down to the local dealership to see the new models and watch the mechanics do their mechanical magic. When he finally scraped up enough money, he bought a Model A Ford and dated his...

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Love, Family and Chevrolets

The Pinkley Collection Auction Story For better or worse, in sickness or health. For us married folks, we’ve all said those wedding vows. For many of us, do we really think about the meaning of this vow? Bill and Roberta Pinkley were starting out their young life and never thought in their wildest dreams...

"Laissez faire" driving with Autopilot  engaged

Cars not Computers

  I have been attempting to follow the automotive industry’s new technologies. Some of the gadgets and do-dads have some substance, but as a whole, I am having a hard time following where the automotive industry is going. How many cameras do we really need to drive? Last time I counted I came up...

Best of Show at the 2016 Concours d'Elegance of America at The Inn at St. John's in Plymouth, Mich., went to this duo, a 1934 Packard convertible victoria by Dietrich with one-off pontoon-type fenders and the 1937 Talbot-Lago 150 CSS with "teardrop coupe" coachwork by Figoni et Falaschi.

2016 Concours d’Elegance of America at the U.S. car capital

1934 Packard Dietrich & 1937 Talbot-Lago teardrop coupe share ‘Best of Show’ honors Seeing as Detroit is America’s automotive hub, and America is responsible for building a giant percentage of the world’s automobiles, it only makes sense that the Motor City would host a premier show of automobiles. After all, some of the world’s...

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Baraboo features trucks big and small

  Wisconsin’s “Circus City” hosted dozens of trucks of all sizes. When the Southern Wisconsin Chapter of the American Truck Historical Society held its annual Baraboo Truck Show June 3-4. Baraboo, Wis. is the birthplace of the Ringling Bros. Circus and there was a Mack Bulldog truck at the show from the city’s Circus...

A lot of cars and trucks that came to Vintage Pipes & Stripes had lots of patina.

A New Show That’s Bound to Grow

    This first edition of an event called Vintage Pipes & Stripes was held at the Waupaca County Fairgrounds in Weyauwega, Wis., June 10-11. Aimed at the “old school” hot rod niche, the kick-off venue had a little bit of everything for everybody. Many of the vehicles that came to the show fell...