Need an excuse to mail a letter? The new Muscle Cars postage stamps to go on sale Friday, Feb. 22, celebrate an exciting era in American automotive history.
It's hard to say why the industry peaks in certain years with design and engineering trends, but there’s little doubt 1963 was a time for special cars.
Are you intrigued by anecdotal stories about old Fords and the people connected to them? Check out this ghost story... if you dare...
Larry Severson liked old cars but didn't own one when he came across his "barn find" 1936 Oldsmobile L-36 sedan back in 1991. He didn’t consider himself a likely candidate to rescue an old machine, that’s for sure.
Jack Canfield has been so pleased with the beautiful 1960 Pontiac Bonneville ragtop that he has collected three of them
Rust to Riches: Can a 1957 Dodge De Soto Firesweep go from scrap yard to prime auction condition in just 100 days? You have to see it to believe it.
A barn find with history: 1932 Ford Deluxe three-window coupe was a winner at first World Series of Drag Racing.
When the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals hosted the unveiling of an original Bill Thomas A/FX Chevy Nova funny car, owner John Tinberg was there.
When Scott Meadows brought his 1966 Mustang coupe into Jeff Lilly Restorations in Helote, Texas, the little black 289 V-8-powered “pony” looked like a good “20 footer.” But Jeff Lilly knew better.
Almost every collector remembers the first car they drove, or the first car that brought them into the hobby as a kid. Very few of those collectors have the chance to own one of those special cars from their past, but count Leonard Anderson among the lucky few who owns the car that was...