Are you intrigued by anecdotal stories about old Fords and the people connected to them? Check out this ghost story... if you dare...
The Olympic Vintage Auto Club has been collecting and donating teddy bears to Harrison Hospital in Silverdale, Wash., for the past 12 years.
LOS ANGELES – The Petersen Automotive Museum recently received two outstanding vehicles to add to its world-class collection of more than 400 vehicles. “Double Dozen” a hand-built roadster whose design is based on a 1933 Ford, and an immaculate 1963 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III are the latest in a long line of vehicle donations...
A barn find with history: 1932 Ford Deluxe three-window coupe was a winner at first World Series of Drag Racing.
The 2012 SEMA Show championed the theme “Innovations of Generations.” Despite the snags that arose for East Coast travelers due to Hurricane Sandy, the SEMA Show drew a massive crowd and packed the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Some kids ask for ponies and Hot Wheels cars as kids. As a child, Jane Marshall of Belgium, Wis., asked her father for a 1967 Shelby Mustang.
Barrett-Jackson will offer one of the most recognized and popular pieces of entertainment history worldwide – the Original 1966 Batmobile – at its January sale in Scottsdale.
When Scott Meadows brought his 1966 Mustang coupe into Jeff Lilly Restorations in Helote, Texas, the little black 289 V-8-powered “pony” looked like a good “20 footer.” But Jeff Lilly knew better.
Jerry Drenzek is probably like a lot of guys who love old pickups. He can’t pinpoint exactly what it is about them that trips his trigger, it’s more a conglomeration of an old truck’s personality traits that makes it so appealing. Moreover, it’s often not what an old pickup is, it’s what it isn’t,...
When Pat Pacarenuk had the option to buy one of 100 1969 Mercury Cougar Eliminator muscle machines that would be sold in Canada back in 1969 — and order it any way he wanted it — he couldn’t agree fast enough.