Back when I was wrenching for a living, we used to have a sign in our office that read, “Mechanics are like doctors, except doctors only work on two models.”
Part of what I love about working on old cars is the requirement to think on your toes, and to solve problems that the original Read More
ACC’s Readers’ Forum section is one of my favorite parts of the magazine. It’s a place where we can all chime in on a range of topics, from the market to car modifications and fixes, and I’m looking for more of those topics.
If you have a burning question about the market, we Read More
I took a week of vacation in early August, but it wasn’t to go someplace sunny to sip on umbrella drinks. Instead, the week was spent in my dad’s garage, finally wiring and firing his 1968 Camaro.
We built the engine back in 2003 or so — a de-stroked 454 with a huge cam — and making it run was the final major piece of nearly-complete Camaro project. Cranking it over meant wiring the whole car with a new Painless Read More
Monterey may be where the high end of the market plays, but there were plenty of cars at all price points on the Peninsula this past week. We’ll be digging into the numbers and the details in our next issues of ACC and SCM.
In the meantime, here are some of my favorite shots of Read More
One week, six auctions, and over 1,500 cars for sale. That’s Monterey Car Week’s auction lineup in a nutshell. Last year’s events saw just shy of $400m in combined totals, and car people from all over the world will be focused on the peninsula next week to see what’s in store for the market for 2016.