On April 17, the hobby lost one of the men who made car collecting what it is today. It was Leo Gephart who was the driving force to creating auctions in Arizona every January and Auburn, Ind., each Labor Day weekend. Gephart was also the man who brought professional transport services to the hobby....
John Quam's globe-trotting trip in a 1928 Plymouth roadster continues.
By Terry V. Boyce; photos by Wyatt McSpadden Among the man-made attractions peppering the pathway of America’s legendary Route 66 “Mother Road,” none is more iconic than Cadillac Ranch — a “sculpture” consisting of 10 vintage Cadillacs quite literally planted in a Texas cow pasture. Sometimes called a later-day Stonehenge, Cadillac Ranch is so...
When the snow begins to fly this winter in East Troy, Wis., there will be 4,000 less old cars left to give their last bit of parts.
Ferraris attract attention and big bucks at Monterey Week sales. Click here for top auction results.
A-1 Auto Salvage & Recycling will offer its stash of prewar to 1970s cars, trucks and parts to collectors in a no-reserve sale Sept. 20.
As usual, tiny Iola, Wis., explodes with energy, variety and lots of great iron…
Steve McQueen’s 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 will be on exhibition with his treasured Jaguar XKSS and 1912 Indian Motorcycle from now until early August at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
For its July 10-13 event, the Iola Old Car Show has prepared a line-up of four-doors that will appeal to everyone.
Mecum’s inaugural Seattle auction last weekend carved out its place in the history books with the record-setting sale of a 1971 Plymouth Hemi ’Cuda Convertible (Lot S95).