Abandoned Car of the Week

This 1953 "Job Rated" Dodge stakebed truck was discovered rusting away in a Texas field of cars. Dodge used the "Job Rated" designation through the mid-50s aimed at getting the customer the truck that fit the job. A stakebed truck has stake pockets allowing wooden or metal rail-sides to be inserted. (Photo by Peter Hubbard)

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1965 Aston Martin DB5 'Bond Car' sells for $6.3 million

(August 17, 2019) Monterey, Calif. — The ‘Evening with Aston Martin’ sale in Monterey, curated by auction house RM Sotheby’s as part of its annual Monterey sale, has seen exceptional examples of some of the brand’s most desirable sports cars change hands for millions of dollars.

Documentary of Volkswagen 'Light Bus' is airing on CuriosityStream

(August 12, 2019) HERNDON, Va. — CuriosityStream, the documentary streaming and on-demand service from the founder of Discovery Channel, debuts the story behind the Volkswagen “Light Bus” today. Produced in whole by Arcadia Content, THE WOODSTOCK BUS film follows the story of unlikely friends and fans working together to find and resurrect the original Light Bus.

Bentley re-creates long-lost 1939 Corniche

(August 9, 2019) CREWE, England — Bentley has re-created a long-lost car from its illustrious past that provides a crucial link in the history of its most important models. The ground-up rebuild of the only 1939 Corniche ever made highlights the marque’s pedigree of design and technological innovation, the breadth of skills within Mulliner’s bespoking division, and connects the fabled Embiricos 4.25—liter and R Type Continental.