classic cars

Displayed out front, this 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle SS hardtop advertised for sale was a calling card to the yard. The Super Sport’s $3,200 price includes a factory tach, four-speed manual transmission and a clear title.

LVAR salvage yard parks Model T’s to street rods

The pursuit of diversity has served Dan Barkley and his wife, Dee, well for 30 years as the operators of Little Valley Auto Ranch (LVAR) in Belton, Texas. The 10-acre property houses 500 vintage salvage vehicles, restoration shop and collector car sales outlet.

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Custom Cords: Enjoy these rare one-offs

A bevy of one-off Cords were displayed at the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. Johns in Plymouth, Mich. Any Cord automobile remains a rare sight, but these represent the rarest of the rare.

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Florida Hot Spot: Dezer Collection Museum comes to North Miami

The Dezer Collection Museum in North Miami, Fla., transports guests back to the inception of one of mankind’s greatest inventions — the automobile. Featuring cars spanning back to the turn of the 20th century, the museum’s American Classics exhibition highlights the manufacturers, early technological features and custom models that shaped America’s automotive industry. The...

The trio looks on the 1953 Buick Wildcat concept car owned by Joe Bortz. The fiberglass-bodied car uses a shortened version of the chassis used by production 1953 Buicks.

’50s concept cars to become tools for future automotive design

Story and photos by Angelo Van Bogart In the 1950s, General Motors, Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Corp. concept cars predicted the future of the production cars Americans would be seeing at their local new-car dealership. Some of those same 1950s cars may go back to work again, forecasting the future of automobile design....