Abandoned Car of the Week

Ford restyled the Thunderbird in 1961 to kick off the third generation (1961-63). Sales of the new Bird were strong in 1961 with 73,051 sold. Most T-Birds were powered by a larger 6.4-liter V-8. This 1962 edition was spotted in an abandoned condition in eastern North Carolina. (Photos by Ralph Gable)


These 1949-1953-era Studebaker pickups were discovered in retirement in Indiana. The 1949 model was the first all-new post-war pickup from Studebaker, introduced in May 1948. Little was changed over the five-model-year run with the exception of a horsepower boost in the six-cylinder engine from 85 to 102 in 1950. The truck came with a three-speed manual transmission and ahead-of-its-time doubled-walled cargo bed. (Photos by Jerry Brown)

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ClassicCars launches 'Collecting Cars, Collecting Memories' celebration

(May 23, 2018) PHOENIX — ClassicCars.com has announced the launch of “Collecting Cars, Collecting Memories,” a Father’s Day celebration that invites enthusiasts to share personal memories and photos of dads, their kids and their mutual passion for automobiles.   

Morgan to show iconic Routemaster bus at events throughout year


Morgan Routemaster bus and Morgan Plus 8

(May 22, 2018) LONDON — Morgan Motor Company will bring an iconic Routemaster bus — the second-to-last edition to have been withdrawn from service — back to the British public at events throughout 2018.

LA Roadster Show and Swap Meet showcases rare parts for classics

(May 17, 2018) POMONA, Calif. — The LA Roadster Show and Swap Meet, America’s premier event for pre-1936 roadster and hot rod enthusiasts put on by the LA Roadsters car club, returns to the Fairplex in Pomona on Father’s Day weekend, June 15-16. The event’s historic on-site swap meet will feature everything from rare classic automotive parts and memorabilia to project cars ready for restoration and customization.