John Alan Hudson made drag racing history with his jet-fueled dragster, the Texas Starship.
Women have been impressing fans of this sport much longer than many may realize, so we decided to take a look at a few those who have paved the way for today’s rising stars.
Barrett-Jackson’s CEO and chairman Craig Jackson has proudly revealed his just-restored 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 EXP prototype, better known as “Little Red.”
The new movie “Ford v Ferrari” has inspired the release of real information about the movie’s starring cars, the people involved and the stories surrounding them.
Art Sparks was no stranger to automotive excitement and so was attracted into the sport of auto racing. After a crash in 1927, he decided to turn in his helmet and goggles and start building racing cars.
After the Maytag Model 92 Multi-Motor became a popular in washers, some dealers and Maytag employees used it in small cars they made for their children and for parade use.
As the 1960s dawned, the market for trucks in the U.S. was very different from today.
The old “Birthplace of Four Wheel Drive Museum” in Clintonville, Wis. is getting a shot of energy from a former city resident. History buff Mark Thomas is making what used to be a tiny collection of historic vehicles and artifacts into a gigantic museum.
Car camping really started about 1917, when World War I “Doughboys” returned from the battlefields of Europe.
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!