Jim Pickering, the usual mastermind of this blog on American Car Collecting, is busy with his new baby daughter, so I’m taking it out for a short spin.
I just got back from a week in Troncones, Mexico, which is a terrific small town nestled against the blue, warm Pacific Ocean. This spot is mostly about surfing, fishing and loafing on the beach, but there were a couple of memorable car sightings in this tropical paradise.
First, I confess that Read More
Even if you don’t count yourself a Shelby enthusiast, this full-length interview with the man is guaranteed to captivate you from beginning to end and leave you wanting more. Shelby’s pursuit of perfection is the stuff of legend, but I didn’t realize the fantastic, down-to-earth charisma he’d have on camera.
For two years now, my brother and I have been documenting the amazing wealth of vintage automobiles parked along Portland’s curbs. Our photo blog is called Old Parked cars, and you can check it out here. You wouldn’t think that rust-prone old cars would do well in the soggy Pacific Northwest climate, but apparently that doesn’t matter. The number of oddball, unrestored, daily drivers still slowly acquiring patina and putt-putting around this town is truly remarkable. Check out some highlights after Read More
There are a lot of firsts in my life this week. We’re sending the very first issue of American Car Collector to the printers TODAY. If you’re already a subscriber to ACC or Corvette Market, you’ll see the issue in a couple of weeks. If you’re not a subscriber, click Read More
Bryan in IT says, “The blog is up. I need you guys to start posting content.”
Here you go, Bryan. It’s a dog on a skateboard.