trucks

Trucks are truckin’ this summer

We just got back from a visit to the Volo Auto Museum (www.volocars.com) in Volo, Ill. While we were there, we sat down with President of Sales Jay Grams and discovered that many of the 1,000 vehicles Volo sells annually are pickup trucks, panel trucks, stake bed trucks and sedan deliveries....

Annual All-American Classic returns in 2017

  LOS ANGELES – An All-American original returns in 2017 for the 31st annual original Super Chevy Show auto show tour that will once again bring together the largest collection of Chevrolet vehicles in one place as part of the multi-day, multi-location event that has grown to include eight markets across the U.S. Starting in...

2016 Review – What’s Hot, What’s Not

By Brian Earnest As 2016 winds to a close, we decided to ask a whole bunch of the movers and shakers in the collector car business to share some insights about what was moving and what was stalling in the past 12 months. We got a lot of fascinating and widely...

2016 in Review – Trucks

Haulers getting their due on show circuit In 1998, the automotive world underwent an historic change. According to figures complied by Wards Auto, that was the year that the production of trucks in North America exceeded the production of passenger cars. It was the first time automobile factories built more trucks...

On display at Buick Gallery is the 1953 GM Futureliner No. 10, restored to its original condition. It is owned by the National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States (NATMUS) located in Auburn, Ind.

Futurliner parks at Buick Gallery

Buick Gallery update: Business back to normal with Truck & Bus exhibit FLINT, Mich. – A car crashing into their building this summer did not keep the Sloan Museum’s Buick Gallery down for long. The Gallery was closed for seven days for repairs and reopened for Back to the Bricks on...