• In This Issue

    Discount Deuce? Historic Dry-Lakes Racer: $187k

    Exclusive: Behind the Scenes With High-Performance Guru Ken Lingenfelter's 250-Car Collection

    Craig Jackson Q&A: ACC Goes One-on-One With the Auction King

    1991 GMC Syclone Pickup: $35k

    1970 Dodge Challenger T/A: $171k

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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

  • November/December 2015 Cover Poll +

    Our Art Director, David Tomaro, has created three possible cover concepts, and we'd like to know which one is your favorite. Click here to cast your vote! In addition, please take a few moments and answer some questions about collector cars. It should all take less than a minute, and your answers Read More
  • "Win Races, Set Records, Hurt Feelings" — This Corvette Dragster is Pure Evil +

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  • Jim’s Blog: First Car or Best Car? +

    My ’66 Caprice is ready to go whenever I want to use it. Trouble is, the realities of everyday life with a small kid, a job on the other side of town, and the finicky nature of a snarling carbureted big block limit how much I can use the car. Read More
  • Jim's Blog: When do you DIY? +

    Old American cars are hard to kill. Park your Chevrolet or Ford for a year or so and you’ll see what I mean. Other than a dead battery, I’m willing to bet nothing bad will have happened, save for maybe some stale fuel. Charge it up, clean out the tank, Read More
  • Crazy Machine Turns Whole Trees Into Sawdust +

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Collector Car News

  • Barrett-Jackson Announces New Northeast Auction at Mohegan Sun +

    Barrett-Jackson will host a new auction in the Northeastern United States at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, June 23-25, 2016. Mohegan Sun, one of the most spectacular entertainment, gaming, dining and shopping destinations in North America, will host the three-day collector car auction and lifestyle event for visitors from around Read More
  • Come See Us at Silver Portland +

    Silver returns to the Rose City this weekend for their twice-annual Portland sale. Stop by, check out the cool collectibles and pick up free copies of ACC and SCM. View the consignment list here. And if you see someone wearing an ACC or SCM hat, don't hesitate to introduce yourself. Read More
  • Countdown to RM Sotheby's Hershey +

    RM Sotheby's annual Hershey sale is all about the pre-war heavy iron. The auction takes place October 8–9 in Hershey, PA. Star cars include a 1932 Packard Twin Six Individual Custom Sport Phaeton in the style of Dietrich (RM Sotheby's estimate: $375k–$475k), a 1933 Pierce-Arrow Twelve Convertible Coupe Roadster ($350k–$400k), and Read More
  • The Big-Block Stars of Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas +

    Barrett-Jackson's Las Vegas sale runs September 24–26, and the docket is stacked with ground-pounding American muscle. Among the star cars are a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88, a 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W30 convertible, and a supercharged 1965 Chevrolet Nova SS known as "Dobbertin's Custom." View all the consignments here. Read More
  • The Most Expensive American Cars of Monterey Car Week +

    The numbers from Monterey Car Week are shaping up, with combined sales totaling $395m. Here is our roundup of sales figures and top American cars from each auction house: RM Sotheby's reported Monterey sales exceeding $167m — the highest-grossing collector car auction of all time. A 1910 American Underslung Traveler Toy Read More
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