When I think of a barn full of American classics, I usually think of the American midwest, a location known for having a plethora of barns and lots of old American iron. However, this old barn… more»
When Doug M. sent in photos of this 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante, I thought it looked familiar. Sure enough, it sold back in 2007 at the Greenwich Concours for an eye-watering $852k – about double… more»
Last week we asked if any of you would be willing inspect cars for fellow barn finders and we were surprised by the response received. There were inquiries coming in from all over the world and… more»
The Hagerty team have taken up the challenge to build a Ford pickup from parts purchased at the Hershey Swap Meet, then drive it home to Traverse City, Michigan. They purchased this Ford from a backyard in… more»
With the recent and unfortunate demise of Jewel or Jalopy, we’ve decided to put together an inspection service for our readers. Buying any car online can be scary, but being able to have a fellow barn… more»
From Mike F. – I just looked the 400+ vehicles at the upcoming Lazarus Collection auction. It will take place on October 2nd and 3rd. Although it is located up in Illinois, many of the vehicles… more»
With the final season of Downton Abbey starting soon, the owner of this huge collection of pre-war cars must have figured it was a good time to sell. This guy has close to 50 classic cars… more»
Checkout the trailer for this new documentary called Demon On Wheels!
The last couple of weeks have been pretty exciting. We drag raced the Torino, added another car to the fleet, and even attempted a hill climb! Since moving to Idaho, I’ve been wanting to participate in… more»
If you’re in California this auction for 69 classics could be worth going to!
We have mentioned the upcoming auction in Tacoma a couple of times, but this quadruplet of Lancias deserves a mention of their own. Each car represents a different decade of the famed Italian automaker’s past. The… more»
For the past 38 years a car show has been held outside of Tacoma, Washington. It started as a small gathering at the home of Harold and Nancy LeMay. That last name may sound familiar because… more»