Abandoned Car of the Week

In 1960 Studebaker introduced a more modern-looking low-priced pickup truck with a new cab derived from the Lark passenger car sheetmetal. The new Champ 5E series featured a simpler, more rugged-looking four-bar grille and a brawnier front bumper. The truck was built through 1964 after which Studebaker truck production ceased. This 1960-64 pickup was found in Utah. (Photos by Jim Prueter)


Nostalgia Highway

A video history of Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

1913 Harley-Davidson Model 9B

(July 5, 2024) No other nameplate exemplifies American ingenuity like Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. Harley motorcycles represent the American way, a true red, white and blue product of the United States. Only in the U.S. can you experience the rumble of a group of Harley-Davidson motorcycles approaching on a busy highway.

This 1981 Toyota Starlet is now a street terror

By Jeff Koch

(July 1, 2024) It is the fate of many mild-mannered, low-powered, light, rear-drive cars to attract the attention of the hop-up crowd. Cars designed for the economy market have their raison d’être stripped away. Thin, low-rolling-resistance tires are swapped for fat meats, and the original wheezy, efficient engine is yanked out to make room for (at the very least) a gently breathed-on mill in order to take advantage of the light chassis’ diminutive mass.

Barrett-Jackson to stage Future Collector Car Show Oct. 13

Renault R5 Turbo II

(June 19, 2024) SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. —  Barrett-Jackson will rev up the excitement of this year’s Scottsdale Fall Auction with the Future Collector Car Show (FCCS), a family friendly show dedicated to celebrating the passion and honoring the craftsmanship of the next generation of collector car enthusiasts. To be held Sunday, Oct. 13 at WestWorld of Scottsdale, this year’s Fall FCCS will feature over 200 collectible vehicles representing the future of the collector car hobby.