Roadster

Car of the Week: 1924 Dodge Brothers roadster

Story and photos by Brian Earnest Thanks to his grandfather, William Hupke had always been mostly a Dodge guy. About 10 years ago, his son William Jr. made sure pops was going to stay that way. The father-son duo wound up traveling from their Wisconsin homes to the Twin Cities in...

Pair of M-B 300 SLs added to Gooding lineup

  SANTA MONICA, Calif. _ Gooding & Company has added pair of Mercedes-Benz 300 SLs, a Gullwing and a roadster, to its lineup for the Pebble Beach auction August 18-19. “Today, some 60 years on, it is almost impossible to find another pair of 300 SLs still in their original family...

Early Ford V8 Museum is growing

After an extremely wet winter and spring in Auburn, Indiana, work has finally started on the Early Ford V8 Museum’s huge expansion.  In addition to the start of the expansion, the museum received exciting news about the 17-car collection that the Museum is receiving from donor Joe Floyd of South Dakota. The vehicles are...

Car of the Week: 1929 Hudson Model R roadster

In a way, Pete and Carol Kortenhorn’s 1929 Hudson roadster is still a “get-away” car. These days, however, instead of being a high-powered escape car for bad guy bank robbers, it’s a stately and sophisticated weekend show piece.

Petersen Museum to preserve LA legacies

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...

Jag adjustment: First stretched E-Type?

A 1968 left-hand drive Jaguar E-Type series 1 4.2 roadster is to be stretched by four and a half inches during a major restoration being carried out by Classic Motor Cars Limited of Bridgnorth (CMC) in the United Kingdom. The E-Type has been named “the Kaizen” (which has a special meaning)...

Bill Harrah’s legacy in pictures

“In the Harrah culture, there were organizational standards for all aspects of daily operations throughout departments to ensure the best business practices…the days of Bill Harrah are now rooted in history.” We salute what would have been the 100th birthday of Bill Harrah with photographs of his legacy. Enjoy.