Etiquette of the Survivor

Etiquette of the Survivor

It was Detroit Autorama setup day and things were moving quickly in the Cobo basement. Stanchions were strung and the room smelled of exhaust. Across the hall I spotted… continue reading »

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MG at Bonneville in 1956

MG at Bonneville in 1956

The small British car company MG went to Bonneville a number of times in the 1950s in an attempt to break speed records in the small capacity engine… continue reading »

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Pure Vintage Racing

Pure Vintage Racing

So I’m on an airplane spending thousands to take my kids to see a mouse for Spring Break. As such, my resources are limited and my time short… But… continue reading »

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Follow the Numbers…

Follow the Numbers…

You’ve probably read the big news by now that the original action sequence ’68 Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in Bullitt has been found in Mexico, after years of… continue reading »

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The Don Holland ’41

The Don Holland ’41

So I got an email from a young man looking for a custom car that belonged to his family in the 1940’s and 50’s. Included was a link to… continue reading »

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How’s this for an A?

How’s this for an A?

Woah! Hey! How’s this for an A? That’s just about the first thing that came to mind when I stumbled upon the car you see here. Full fendered… continue reading »

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Off to Amelia Island…

Off to Amelia Island…

It’s late at night, there is laundry everywhere, and I’m packing my bags like a madman. It’s time to head over to the little enclave of Amelia Island,… continue reading »

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Perspective

Perspective

So that sleek aerodynamic form you see above belongs to the world famous T80. It was a Nazi Germany funded and Ferdinand Porsche designed land speed car that… continue reading »

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