• In This Issue

    The X Factor - Buick's Bad Boy Screams to $105k

    Unibodies Firming Up in the Market? - 1963 Ford Custom Cab: $33k

    Best Buys: Corvettes at $70k

    SEMA: 10 Coolest New Items

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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

  • I Want a Mini Bulldozer +

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  • Jim’s Blog: King of Engine Swaps — Radial Engine Truck +

    My three-year-old daughter Katie grabbed my ears and pointed my head at the car she wanted to see. We were at the 59th Annual Portland Roadster Show this past weekend. The long-running show brings in a couple-hundred cool cars from all over the U.S. and Canada. I’ve been going for years Read More
  • Jim's Blog: How do you make old cars safer? +

    A few weeks ago, I blogged about my '72 K10 pickup as a daily driver, and since gas has been cheap, I’ve been using it more. It’s a decent regular commuter save for one important thing: safety.   Some of your comments on that blog post focused on suspension and Read More
  • You Can't Fit an LT1 V8 In a VW Beetle — Or Can You? +

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  • Crazy Snowmobilers Jump a Over Jet Boat +

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Collector Car News

  • Meet Keith Martin at Auctions America Fort Lauderdale +

    ACC Publisher Keith Martin is filming episodes of "What's My Car Worth?" this weekend at Auctions America's sale in Fort Lauderdale, FL. If you see Keith, be sure and say hello. The sale runs March 27-29, and headliners include a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 convertible (AA estimate: $100k–$125k). View all Read More
  • Amelia Island Sales Total $115m +

    Combined sales from the four Amelia Island auctions in mid-March totaled $115m among just 353 cars, for an average sold price of $353k. Totals for RM Sotheby's came to $60.4m — a record for Amelia Island Auction Week. The most expensive American lot was a 1967 Shelby Cobra 427 SC roadster (pictured), Read More
  • Split-Window Fuelie Comes to Market at Dan Kruse San Antonio +

    A 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split-Window coupe with 327 fuel-injected V8 and 4-speed crosses the block this weekend in San Antonio, TX. Dan Kruse Classics hosts the auction on Saturday, March 28. View all the consignments here. Read More
  • Share Your Muscle Car Story and Win This Muscle Car Book +

    Top Muscle features more than 150 jaw-dropping portraits of America's rarest classics, along with in-depth histories of each vehicle. We're giving away one copy to ACC Newsletter subscribers. For a chance to win, all you have to do is tell us your favorite muscle car story in 100 words or Read More
  • The Auctions America Fort Lauderdale Catalog is Now Online! +

    Auctions America's Fort Lauderdale, FL sale runs March 27-29. The online catalog featuring select lots is available to view here. View all the consignments here. Read More
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