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Car of the Week: 1959 Cadillac Series 6200 coupe

Story and photos by Brian Earnest General Motors assembled more than 142,000 of its glorious, glamorous and glitzy 1959 Cadillacs as the era of big fins reached its zenith. Mike Siegal always held out hope that there was one out there somewhere that was meant to be his. The old car-loving...

Colin Comer named Chief Judge for Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance

Milwaukee, Wis.– Colin Comer, noted author, collector and collector car authority, has been named chief judge for the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance. Comer succeeds John Ling who has been named chief judge emeritus. Ling served as chief judge since the inception of the event in 2005. Comer brings many years of concours...

Haartz Corporation recognized by Classic Car Club of America

Acton, Massachusetts – Last month, the Haartz Corporation was awarded The Motoring Legacy Award by the Classic Car Club of America (CCCA). Haartz was the original soft-top material supplier for many vehicles from the early 1900s and continues to support these vehicles with the company’s current product lineup as well as some...

New Checkers to be made in USA

“Two New Models Combine Retro Appearance With Twenty First Century Automotive Technology” Checker Motor Cars has announced plans to produce two second generation Checker vehicles. The Sport Pick-up Crossover model will combine the usefulness of a pick-up truck with the fun of a full size vehicle, reminiscent of the El Camino...

Hershey gears up for big Fall Meet

The AACA Eastern Division National Fall Meet will return to Hershey,  Pa., from Oct. 7-10. The meet is held on the grounds and parking lots surrounding Hersheypark and The Giant Center. Hershey is considered one of the largest antique automobile shows and flea markets in the United States and has been held...