Here’s a great conversation starter if you’re ever around car enthusiasts you’ve never met: Ask someone to name a car they like and how they’d modify it. Just know that this may lead to a never-ending monologue.   On this week’s episode of AutoHunter’s Drive the Bid Podcast, Diego Rosenberg and Luke Lamendola ask each […]

Today is the 4th of July, the American celebration of defiantly cutting the umbilical cord from Britain. Here at the ClassicCars.com Journal, we are Americans and, for Independence Day, we aim to show you the most American of classic cars – from an Independent, no less: the Rambler American. But this isn’t just any American […]

It’s the Fourth of July! Get out the red, white, and blue and wave the flag as we celebrate America’s independence from those haughty royals back in England! And what better way to celebrate the occasion than with our Pick of the Day – nothing says “America” like a 1970 American Motors Rebel Machine hot […]

Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this 2011 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet. The Porsche 911 has always been a benchmark sports car with a history that goes all the way back to 1963. Butzi Porsche’s original exterior design language would continue on in various forms for decades, only changing with the times due […]

The Jeep brand, celebrating more than eight decades of freedom, adventure, passion and authenticity, has again been named as America’s most patriotic brand. For the 23rd year in a row, the Jeep brand is America’s most patriotic, according to Brand Keys Most Patriotic Brands survey. Consumers who were surveyed assessed brands that best embody the […]

Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this 1997 Nissan Atlas 5-Speed pickup. Economical, unique, and versatile are all words that could be used to describe the Atlas. Pickup trucks nowadays have grown in size (not to mention, they’ve also grown in price tag), yet this little hauler from the 1990s packs a ton […]

Below you’ll find a quartet of wheels or wheel covers that belong to vintage and modern classics currently listed on AutoHunter. Can you identify the year, make, and model of each? Enter your answers in the Comments section below. If you find yourself experiencing a bit of difficulty, you can always grab a hint by […]

Mark Nicotera, the proud owner of a 1985 Renault R5 Turbo II, found himself in the spotlight at the Future Collector Car Show (FCCS) during Barrett-Jackson’s 2024 Scottsdale Auction in January. And guess what? His ride grabbed the coveted Best of Show title! Mark couldn’t believe it. “It was very humbling and very rewarding to […]

Coventry, England, has brought the world some of the finest luxury motorcars since Jaguar Cars (now Jaguar Land Rover) was founded in 1933. But you may be interested to know that Jaguar’s roots actually started with motorcycles – and specifically, with the Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922. The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage […]

Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this 18,882-mile 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupe. Power comes from a 6.2-liter V8 backed by an eight-speed automatic transmission. Sold new from Coggin Chevrolet in Jacksonville, this Vette is still in the hands of its original owner. Features include 2LT package, Z51 suspension with Active Handling system, […]

In April of 2020, right at the beginning of the pandemic, I bought a 2005 BMW Z4 from its original owner. It was a great buy, as the prices that we all saw skyrocket during this period had yet to hit. I drove the car all during that period with no car shows, taking it […]

Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this 1993 GMC Yukon SLE 4×4 5-Speed. Some GMC trucks in the 1990s were marketed under the slogan “The Strength of Experience.” In order to understand that experience, we will dive a little deeper into GMC’s history. But in the meantime, when was the last time you […]

Goodwood Revival is pleased to share further details of the event’s track opening parade, as a contingent of up to 100 pre-1966 beach buggies and cars is set to take part in a parade around the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit under the September sun. Set to be the first of its kind at Goodwood, the […]

In the realm of niche compact hatchbacks, the 2024 Mazda3 2.5 Turbo Hatchback Premium Plus AWD can hold its own, disrupting the norm dominated by the likes of the Honda Civic Type R and the Hyundai Elantra GT N-line. Closely positioned against the Volkswagen GTI, Mazda’s offering seeks to redefine standards in its class. The […]

Diego’s AutoHunter Picks

Yup! It’s time for another weekly segment of AutoHunter Picks where we bring you choice special-interest vehicles for your enjoyment. Sure, it’s great to look at pictures, but my purpose here is for you to buy one of these cars or trucks. Is my hard-sell working? Truth be told, I am not privy to who […]

Did you ever get the feeling that you didn’t lose interest in new cars, but new cars left you? Then this week’s AutoHunter’s Drive the Bid Podcast is for you because hosts Luke Lamendola (the Social Media/On-Camera Host for the Collector Car Network) and I discuss cars that need to make a comeback in the […]

Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this very early 1963 MG MGB roadster. I am often asked what is the best choice for a classic sports car for the first time buyer, and my answer is almost always the same: buy an MGB. The MGB is the embodiment of what a British sports car is. […]

Hot laps, line lock demos, and vehicle walkarounds await Ford Mustang fans across America as part of the new Mustang Unleashed tour. The 12-stop tour with a festival-like atmosphere starts next month in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of Mustang. It includes appearances at major events like Formula Drift in Long Beach, California, and ComplexCon […]

The best-selling year for the first-generation Thunderbird was 1957, when 21,380 units rolled off the assembly line and into consumer driveways. T-bird enthusiasts may be quick to point out that this number may have been due in part to the fact that the fully-redesigned 1958-model-year cars were a few months late. The Pick of the […]

The Kyusha Club, an Arizona-based car meet geared toward classic Japanese and European vehicles, held its second event of the year in downtown Phoenix on March 30. Organizer Keith Ross and his team of volunteers pulled off another successful program in the historic Roosevelt District, with over 100 cars attending the program between 8:00 and […]

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