Abandoned Car of the Week

The 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle marked the first year of the second-generation of the mid-sized Chevelle, which was introduced in 1964. This particular Chevelle, as advertised on its fender, came with Chevrolet's 5.7-liter 350 cubic inch small block V-8 engine. The stripped-out Chevy was found in a field in eastern North Carolina. Chevelle became very popular in the mid-to-late '60s and Chevrolet billed it as "America's most popular mid-size car." (Photo by Nick Nunkovich)


Nostalgia Highway

Mecum returns to Kissimmee, Fla., for 1,000-car live auction Aug. 27-29

1938 LaSalle Coupe street rod

(August 5, 2020) WALWORTH, Wis. — With health and safety protocols that exceed national standards and enhanced bidding options available in-person, online and via telephone, Mecum’s Kissimmee Summer Special collector car auction will kick off at the Osceola Heritage Park grounds in Kissimmee, Fla.,  Aug. 27-29 featuring an estimated 1,000 vehicles.

Million-mile Nissan Frontier returns home to Smyrna

(August 4, 2020) CHICAGO — After more than a million miles of hard work, Brian Murphy's 2007 Nissan Frontier is headed home. Murphy has swapped his "Million-Mile" Frontier for a new 2020 Frontier at M'Lady Nissan in Crystal Lake, the same dealership where he bought his 2007 Frontier more than 13 years ago. The Million Mile Frontier will retire where it was assembled, the Nissan Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant in Smyrna, Tenn.

New Ford podcast 'Bring Back Bronco: The Untold Story' breaks new ground

(August 3, 2020) DEARBORN, Mich. — On Aug.10, Ford will debut Bring Back Bronco, an eight-episode podcast series about the history of the Ford Bronco. Listeners can see the trailer and sign up for notifications on their preferred podcast app when each new episode in video below.