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Pink Olds 88 station wagon owned by JoAnn and Bill Wagaman caught our eyes as we passed an Oldsmobile Club of Wisconsin show.

The Oldsmobile Club of Wisconsin

    The Oldsmobile Club of Wisconsin is a non-profit chapter of the Oldsmobile Club of America. The Oldsmobile Club of Wisconsin was the third chartered chapter of the national organization and has been in continuous operation since 1977. The chapter says that its goal is to preserve and enjoy the cars of Oldsmobile....

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One car didn’t make it to Omro

  At least one old car didn’t make it to the car show in Omro, Wis., on Memorial Day. We know that, because we were riding in it when it broke down. There was a big clunk as the ’53 Pontiac Catalina sped down the highway. Then, there was a feeling of “hesitation,” but...

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Starting Them Young

  One of the many successful promotions conducted at the NEW Motorama show (www.newmotorama.com) in Green Bay, Wis., April 1-3 was the Build-Your-Own-Racing-Car giveaway for kids. This promotion was teamed up with the metal shaping seminars that Ron Covell, Dave Byron and Matt Schmelzer conducted all weekend long. The Freedom High School Auto Club...

Open House Car Show

Cars Inc. Open House and Car Show

Cars Inc. will be celebrating 40 years of business selling classic car parts with an open house and car show. The open house and car show will take place June 4th, 2016 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. The location will be 2600 Bond Street, Rochester, Mich. Cars Inc. stated that there will be: Hourly...

New Motorama promoter Rick Paulick.

New Motorama Announces 2016 Dates

By John Gunnell Last year Corvette salesman Rick Paulick came to see me at Gunner’s Great Garage. He said he was starting a new indoor car show in Green Bay, Wis. For years the “World of Wheels” had given the city an indoor show in early spring, but then that event left the Green...

Rarities in the form of parts — and cars — abound in the swap meet at Hershey. This coachbuilt 1934 Ford bodied by Hollbrook of London was first displayed at the London Motor Show Olympia stand. The handbuilt body is different than the standard Fordor body at the rear, where it is more squared off. It also has a sunroof and full leather interior. It’s unlikely many, if any, of this body style were reproduced by the coachbuilder on another Ford chassis. This good original was offered at $48,500.

2014 Hershey Highlights: A sweet time in PA

Annual AACA fall fling in Hershey is still the place to be   Story and photos by Angelo Van Bogart Most hobbyists will agree the best way to close out the show season in the northern reaches of America is at the Antique Automobile Club of America’s Eastern Division National Fall Meet in Hershey,...

This 1968 Pontiac GTO is just one of a dozen of America's first muscle cars that will be on display as part of the 50th anniversary Pontiac GTO exhibit in the Nationwide Insurance Pavilion at the Charlotte Motor Speedway AutoFair.

Fall Charlotte celebrates with 50th anniversary Pontiac GTO display

  CONCORD, N.C. – Pontiac’s GTO, the car that gave birth to the American muscle car phenomenon, will be celebrated through a special 50th anniversary exhibit during Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Sept. 18-21 AutoFair. The display, housed in the Nationwide Insurance Pavilion, will feature a dozen of the rarest, most desirable examples available, including the...

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Corvette Funfest 2014 honors Vets with ‘Vettes

Join Mid America Motorworks Sept. 18-21 to celebrate America’s Armed Forces and America’s Sports Car. Corvette Funfest isn’t your typical car show. With non-juried fun judging, one-of-a-kind expert seminars and a guest list including some of the best-known names in the Corvette world, it’s no wonder that Funfest has been become a must-attend event...