Abandoned Car of the Week

The fourth generation of the Buick Skylark was a compact sedan and coupe based on General Motors' X-body architecture shared with the Chevrolet Citation, Pontiac Phoenix and Oldsmobile Omega. The Skylark came with three engine options — a 2.5 four-cylinder, and two versions of a 2.8-liter V-6. They were mated to a three-speed automatic and a four-speed manual. This 1984 Skyark was found in eastern North Carolina. (Photos by Jim Meachen)

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Mecum Denver auction brings $10 million in overall sales


1966 Volkswagen 21 Window Samba

(June 14, 2018) Mecum Auctions held another successful collector-car auction in Denver this past weekend with $10 million in overall sales achieved as a strong 75 percent of all vehicles hammered sold. Topping all sales at the auction was a Plum Crazy Pearl 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible boasting a 528/650 HP aluminum Gen 2 Indy Hemi engine and race-prepped 727 automatic transmission with Pistol Grip shifter.

Mecum returns to Denver with muscle cars, classics, hot rods, resto mods


1957 Chevrolet Nomad

(June 5, 2018) Mecum Auctions will return to the Colorado Convention Center in Denver June 8-9 with an estimated 600 American muscle cars, classics, Corvettes, Hot Rods, Resto Mods and more to cross the auction block.

Nissan supports two Japanese car culture exhibits at Petersen museum


1937 Datsun Model 16 Coupe

(May 29, 2018) LOS ANGELES — Nissan has announced its support of two new exhibits at the Petersen Automotive Museum that celebrate and explore the intersection of American and Japanese car culture. Both opened to the public on May 26.