Starting Sunday, Jan. 13, Barrett-Jackson’s Authentic Automobilia Auction will begin, sending auto enthusiasts and fans of nostalgic collectibles alike into a frenzy of bidding. Here are a few highlights for which you might want to keep an eye out!
Daytona Speed Weeks will take place Feb. 9-17, 2019. This annual auto racing ritual dates back to the era when Henry Ford I came to Daytona Beach, Fla., to see how fast some of his early racing cars would go.
Tom Knight’s 1917 Hudson Super Six racing car, built by his grandfather, was a hit at the 2018 Iola Car Show.
I met Frank Leary when I was still in diapers. My father had recently been given his first franchise station with Chevron, located in Mountain View, CA. Frank was the service manager at a shop down the street called FAR (Foreign Auto Repair) Performance.
On May 26th, the Petersen Automotive Museum will unveil its newest exhibit, “The Roots of Monozukuri: Creative Spirit in Japanese Automaking.”
In 1915, Packard’s new twin six was a vehicle that would place the company in the luxury field.
By the early 1900s, some 300 different motorcycle “companies” had jumped on the bandwagon of two-wheeled powered flight.
Paul Garson takes us back to the ’50s to discover the history of the famous Lions Drag Strip, which has recently experienced a revival of sorts.
The name of August Fruehauf may sound familiar to you, but you may not know why. Fruehauf is one of a few men credited with creating the trucking industry in the United States back in the early part of the 20th century.
Monday’s tale of Harley-Davidson history concludes in this article!