The Mullin Automotive Museum will debut its restored 1930 G.A.R. Type B5 Roadster (chassis No. 795) at the 63rd Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on Aug. 18.
William Miller of Frankfort, Ind., took to the track in his green, vintage Indy racer during the Harry A. Miller Club’s “Millers at Milwaukee” meet on July 12-13 in Milwaukee, Wis.
The world's largest Tucker collection is headed to its new permanent home at the AACA Museum in Hershey, Pa., from the David Cammack Collection in Virginia.
The oldest surviving “Four-Ninety” Chevrolet four-passenger touring car known to exist will be displayed at this year’s Iola Old Car Show.
The new "Sensuous Steel" exhibit features spectacular automobiles from the 1930s and 1940s that exemplify the classic elegance, luxurious materials, and iconography of motion that characterizes vehicles influenced by the Art Deco style.
The 1950s cars of tomorrow featured ideas with the promise of progress during the jet age. Check out these lesser-known concept cars.
A former Nebraska Chevy dealer's collection of 500+ true survivor vehicles will by sold this fall by VanDerBrink Auctions, LLC. Our own Ron Kowalke has been chasing this story for years. Read on to see Jeannie Lambrecht Stillwell's answers to his questions about her father's lifelong collection.
The Early Ford V-8 Foundation has been licensed by the Ford Motor Company to offer a Commemorative Coin that celebrates the 150th birth date of Henry Ford (1863-1947).
Bill Warner and the team at the Amelia Island Concours took a page from Cadillac history at this year’s event by featuring a class of Cadillac concept cars never before assembled.
Henry Ford introduced us to the Model T, the car that made him famous and for which he is still best-known 110 years after his company began.