• In This Issue

    Buyer's Big Break

    Climbing Collectable - 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer $26k

    1955 Chevrolet Nomad Custom Wagon: $96k

    1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 Replica: $39k

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  • Kicking Tires with Jay Leno

    Chatting about the collector car market and life after "The Tonight Show"

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  • Premium Auction Database

    The ACC Premium Auction Database gives you access to detailed analysis, trends and insider information. Search over 100,000 vehicles by make, model, keyword and even VIN.

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  • Profiles

    Each issue features eight in-depth profiles of American collectibles, one from each of these categories: Mopar, Race Car, Corvette, Hot Rod, American Classic, Truck, GM, and Ford.

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  • Auction Coverage

    Each issue contains more than 150 market reports on cars that have appeared at auction. Each report includes published prices and on-site evaluations covering condition, originality and options. We don’t just tell you what a car sold for, we help you understand why.

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  • Best Bang for the Buck

    ACC Contributor John L. Stein quantifies a car's value as a ratio of horsepower, weight and price. How does your car measure up?

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Video of the Week: Battle of the A-Bodies +

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  • Jim’s Blog: What Classic Truck to Buy? +

    ACC Reader Tom N. sent us this question:   I’m looking at buying a classic truck. Something 1960 or newer.    The market on this stuff seems to have really taken off lately. What’s the best value in terms of usability and return on investment? Ford? Chevy? Mopar? International?   Read More
  • Video of the Week: Cars Fly on the 4th of July +

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  • Jim’s Blog: When Projects Attack +

    A couple of weeks back, I installed a new set of tires on my 1966 Caprice to get it to sit higher in the back, and also to eliminate a vibration. The car still shook on the freeway, so I pulled apart the only thing left that could cause the Read More
  • Jim’s Blog: Original Color or Bust! +

    Back in 2001, my dad found a 1968 Camaro behind a barn in Sherwood, Oregon and bought it for $900. I thought it was the deal of the century at that price, even though it was just a small-block base-level car with no engine, interior or trim.    A couple Read More
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Collector Car News

  • No-Reserve Z16 Chevelle Roars to the Block +

    Before Chevrolet mass-produced the 1966 Chevelle SS 396, they built a small run of 1965 Malibus featuring the then-new monster motor, heavy-duty suspension and brakes, and an extra-beefy convertible frame. Just 201of these early muscle cars, known by RPO code Z16, were built.    Tom Mack’s September 22nd auction at Read More
  • Tammy Allen Collection Will Bring 80 Vehicles to Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas +

    Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auction®, will auction the renowned Tammy Allen Collection during its 9th Annual Las Vegas Auction from Oct. 13-15, 2016, at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. More than 80 vehicles from the collection of prominent collector and automotive enthusiast Tammy Allen will cross the Read More
  • Mecum’s Inaugural Portland Auction Totals More Than $9.3m +

    With 300 vehicles hammered sold on the auction block in just two days, Mecum’s inaugural Portland auction at the Portland Expo Center was a pronounced success. Held this past weekend, June 17 and June 18, the auction attracted vehicles from 17 states across the country and attendees from even more Read More
  • Barrett-Jackson Totals More Than $26m at First Mohegan Sun Sale +

    Barrett-Jackson’s very first East Coast event took place this past weekend at Mohegan Sun, and the company has released big numbers from the sale: over $26m in total sales with 96% of lots sold, $755k in automobilia sales, and over $605k raised for charity.   Over 90,000 people came through Read More
  • Ford GT Mule Heads to Barrett-Jackson Mohegan Sun +

    Barrett-Jackson bidders will have a shot to own the first fully functional Ford GT — VIN 004 — built in 2003 as part of the late-model supercar’s development phase. The car, known as CP-1, has a bunch of unique components, such as a full carbon fiber rear clamshell, silver trim Read More
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