Abandoned Car of the Week

This 1939 Chevrolet work truck was found resting proudly in retirement on the side of a road in the hill country of Texas stripped of its lights and bumper. 1939 was one of the last model years Chevy trucks and medium-duty vehicles shared an appearance with Chevrolet passenger coupes and sedans. (Photo by Peter Hubbard)

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Nostalgia Highway

Carroll Shelby's first Shelby Cobra returns to Las Vegas

(November 14, 2018) LAS VEGAS — The first Shelby Cobra, CSX2000, has returned to Las Vegas for an exclusive exhibit inside the Las Vegas Shelby Heritage Center through March 31. On loan from the Larry H. Miller family, the world-famous roadster will be displayed to the public for free and through key events such as the Team Shelby Bash and the holiday season.

Ford's 1936 'Rhythm of the Road' musical

(November 9, 2018) Automobile advertising has certainly evolved over the years as dramatically pointed out by this 1936 Ford movie clip that depicts beautiful tree-lined English scenery and what presumedly are Ford vehicles equipped with Ford V8 engines.

Mecum Chicago auction realizes $17.5 million in sales


1970 Plymouth Hemi Superbird

(October 31, 2018) Mecum’s Chicago 2018 classic and collector car auction marked another in a long line of successful auctions that have shown huge growth with margins exceeding 30 percent from the previous year. With overall sales totals of $17.5 million, Mecum Chicago 2018 constituted a 38-percent increase over 2017 totals as 75 percent of all 896 vehicles offered hammered sold.