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Just when I thought Duesenberg prices were simmering down, the one-of-a-kind Murphy coupe built for George Whittell fetched a record auction price for a domestic automobile at Gooding Co.’s Monterey sale last weekend. That record price — $9.4 million, before … More
You may recall the article on the unusual 1934 Packard Rollston town car that appeared in Old Cars Weekly and this website here. While writing that article, I knew I had seen a picture of a similar car on eBay, … More
A spectacular and rare, supercharged 1941 Graham Hollywood has been given a permanent home at the prestigious Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn, Ind. Ken and Stephanie Dunsire, Fort Wayne, Ind., donated the beautiful and significantly historic Graham automobile. … More
By Phil Skinner & Elise Levy With a near record crowd jamming onto the Monterey Peninsula in California to attend the 61stedition of the most prestigious exhibition of automobiles in the world, the Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance, no one … More
Old Cars Weekly editor Angelo Van Bogart recently stumbled upon this old photo featuring a couple of Hollywood types and a mysterious car and knew OCW readers would have some fun with the questions posed by the car. There are … More
With the last name “Vanderbilt,” Grace Wilson Vanderbilt couldn’t be seen in anything less than a Packard. The family of her husband, Cornelius Vanderbilt III, had built its fortune on transportation — first ferries, then railroads — so moving and shaking was in the family blood. By Grace Vanderbilt’s lifetime, the shaking evolved to hobnobbing with high society and royalty, and the moving came courtesy of Packard.
Several photographs from the 1910s and 1920s show Vanderbilts at the running boards of contemporary Packards, so Grace didn’t need to ask a man who owned one when she went car shopping in the late 1930s. More
Now that the “work” part of his retirement is over, at least for now, Dave Renfrow figures he might be able to enjoy some miles in his freshly restored 1939 Ford 3/4-ton pickup. More
Chula Vista is a city in southern San Diego County, California, just seven miles from the Mexican border. “Chula Vista” means “beautiful view” in Spanish and a beautiful view of the latest in tow trucks and towing equipment awaited … More