Abandoned Car of the Week

It was not until 1948 that Cadillac came out with an all-new post-war design including the first use of tailfins. The 1947 convertible captured here as an abandoned car carried on with the pre-war design. Cadillac sold only 61,926 cars in 1947, but still led luxury brands Packard and Lincoln in sales. This abandoned Caddy was found in a Texas salvage yard. (Photo by Peter Hubbard)

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World's first electric classic Ford Bronco introduced by Zero Labs

(April 20, 2019) LOS ANGELES — Zero Labs Automotive — a new automotive design, technology, and engineering firm — has introduced its first production vehicle — the world's first electric classic Ford Bronco and a new category of electric vehicles.

Dana Mecum's 32nd Original Spring Classic auction draws 2,000 cars


Shelby Cobras from Steven Juliano Collection

(April 19, 2019) WALWORTH, Wis. — Now in its 32nd year, Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic auction is slated to make its grand annual return to the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis this May 14-19. Considered a “bucket-list” must for enthusiasts across the country and from dozens of foreign countries, the Indy auction today boasts a 2,000-car lineup spread out over six auction days, and this year’s roster is among the most significant and compelling to come out of the event’s 32-year history.

Bringing a 1,200 horsepower 1967 Mustang to life

(April 10, 1019) When we set out to build a 1,200 horsepower 1967 Mustang Fastback Restomod, no corners could be cut. In the web video series Titanium Garage, watch as we showcase the hard work that goes into building a custom car the right way.