Abandoned Car of the Week

This 1952 Studebaker was found languishing in an Arizona salvage yard. It is the so-called "shovel nose" Studebaker with a redesigned front end from 1951. The rest of the car, however, was a carryover from earlier years with its acres of glass in the Starlight coupe edition. Despite the redesign, sales figures were considerably lower than 1951. There were 246,195 Studebaker's sold in '51, and the number dropped to 167,662 in 1952. (Photos by Jim Prueter)

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Barrett-Jackson begins 'Road to 50' with Scottsdale auction


1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 COPO

(November 16, 2019) SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.— Barrett-Jackson will begin its “Road to 50” in celebration of the company’s Golden Anniversary in 2021 when it returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale for its 49th Annual Scottsdale Auction Jan.11-19. Recently honored as USA Today’s 2019 No. 1 Best Attraction For Car Lovers, Barrett-Jackson will once again be the barometer of the collector car market.

Fifth annul Future Collector Show set for Jan. 12 in Phoenix

(November 14, 2019) PHOENIX — ClassicCars.com has announced that its Arizona Auction Week car show dedicated to the next generation of car collectors will now be called the Future Collector Car Show and will take place at 5415 E. High Street in Phoenix, Ariz. The free show will be held on Jan.12 beginning at noon and will host a variety of current and future collector cars such as late-model American muscle cars, German performance sedans and Japanese sports cars.

Mitsubishi Model A selected historic car by Japan Automotive Hall of Fame

(November 11, 2019) TOKYO — Mitsubishi Motor Company (MMC) has announced that the Mitsubishi Model A, which gave origin to car building, has been selected by the Japan Automotive Hall of Fame (JAHFA), a non-profit organization, as a Historic Car — one that has stamped a mark of excellence in Japanese automobile history.