Ford’s compact Pinto, launched in 1971 as a response to the growing number of subcompact imports being sold in this country, isn’t exactly fondly remembered — except maybe by my mom, who bought one new and didn’t keep it long enough to get in any accidents.
However, we’ve been seeing more of these cars pop up at auction lately — some of them in very clean condition, down to the earth-tone paint colors and matching vinyl interiors. One such example 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
ACC Reader Tom N. sent us this question:
I’m looking at buying a classic truck. Something 1960 or newer.
The market on Read More
Scottsdale 2015 is in the books, and with $291.3m in sales out of this year’s six auctions, it was a record-breaker. We’ll have complete results in the next issue of ACC, which were working on building right now.
In general, more cars came to auction, and those cars brought bigger overall totals in Arizona this year. Custom trucks seemed to be strong, with a handful of $30k and $40k sales, and with Hemi prices again on the move, we saw Read More