Blogs

Keith’s Blog: Bradley’s First Drive

It’s a rite of passage that we’ve all experienced. The first time we were behind the wheel of a car, started the engine and actually drove the machine. For most of us, that moment is lost to time and captured only by our memories. However, it today’s world of smart […]

Jim’s Blog: Will Pintos Ever Be Collectible?

Ford’s compact Pinto, launched in 1971 as a response to the growing number of subcompact imports being sold in this country, isn’t exactly fondly remembered — except maybe by my mom, who bought one new and didn’t keep it long enough to get in any accidents. However, we’ve been seeing […]

Keith’s Blog: 500 Classics Come to Hilton Head

This was my fourth year at the Hilton Head Concours d’Elegance, at Hilton Head, SC.  Each year, it continues to develop and grow in size and quality. Hilton Head now resides comfortably in the top tier of vintage car events. It’s more than just a car show. The official name […]

Jim’s Blog: What’s The Next Big Thing?

The auction world is starting to prepare for January’s Arizona events, with some companies already announcing certain special consignments to their auctions. That’s got me thinking: What’s going to be this year’s big new trend? Last year we saw hefty pricing for 5.0 Mustangs from the 1990s. The year before […]

Jim’s Blog: When it Rains it Pours

Now that I’ve completed the Holley Terminator Stealth fuel injection install on my car, the little issues I’ve been living with for years finally required solutions. After all, with the car now running better than ever, those small issues just needed to go away. Turn-key or bust, right? First up […]

Keith’s Blog: Let Them Sit in Your Car

You’ve probably read the same things I have. “Kids don’t care about cars.” That’s just not true. While young people today have many more options for social interaction than we did when growing up, they still love cars. I recently spent a weekend with a McLaren 750S Spider. I’ll share […]