By this point, I’m sure most of us are pretty tired of the stay-at-home orders, or some level of social distancing, that have marked a profound change in our daily lives.
Yes, I know, you click on the car stuff to avoid reading about COVID-19, but this isn’t a political debate or your buddy’s new car that you don’t have to care about.
This is also nothing new for humans, as disasters natural and manmade have forced folk from their Read More
As you’re reading this, the ACC Seminar is taking place at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale. This year’s topic: Cars to Buy/Sell/Hold in 2020.
This year’s panel — B. Mitchell Carlson, Carl Bomstead, Elana Scherr and Ken Lingenfelter — have a bunch of thoughts on the matter, but I can’t share them here yet. However, it’s the perfect time to bring the same question to you. So, with that in mind, what cars would you buy, sell, and hold this year and why?Read More
The Riyadh auction put on by Worldwide Auctioneers in Saudi Arabia was a ground-breaking event. The docket featured car brands from around the World including many examples of custom American monsters. The largest of these was no ordinary custom coupe or pickup. It was the one-of-a-kind 1984 Peterbilt 359 Ultra Custom TT Crew Cab known as “THOR.”
This Peterbilt Read More
Built from 1988 to 1998, GM’s C/K pickup has traditionally been viewed as nothing more than a basic taskmaster. Other than a few special editions, such as the 454SS and the Indy Pace Truck, car people have not considered these trucks all that special.
But with a rising interest in 1967-72 GM trucks helping to push up values of square-body (1973-87) GM trucks, that puts the later C/Ks of the ’90s in an interesting spot.
We’ve seen it happen before: Read More
The Petersen Automotive Museum will commemorate the 85th anniversary of the 1932 Ford “Deuce” with a day-long car show cruise-in and celebration on Saturday, July 15th.
The ’32 Ford, nicknamed “Deuce” for the second digit of its model year, was one of the first affordable production cars with a V8 engine and became a favorite of racers in post-WWII Southern California. The Petersen celebrates this iconic car every five years with a car show and cruise-in open to hot rod Read More
Join ACC’s panel of experts at Barrett-Jackson on Wednesday, January 18 at 9 am for a discussion of what’s hot in today’s American car market. The seminar is called “The Top Ten Collector Cars: What to Buy and Why.”
This year’s panel includes ACC Editor at Large Colin Comer, ACC Contributors Carl Bomstead and Sam Stockham, Barrett-Jackson VP Gary Bennett, well-known collector and performance parts guru Ken Lingenfelter, and ACC Editor Jim Pickering. The seminar is free, but Barrett-Jackson admission Read More
SEMA is where the automotive aftermarket comes to show off its skill — this is where the newest trends, the biggest builds, and the coolest new products all converge in one week of car-crazy overkill.
ACC was on-site in Vegas this November, and while we ran a feature of the event in the just-printed Jan/Feb issue of ACC (which should be on newsstands soon), we couldn’t use all the pics we shot on-site. So here are more of my favorites Read More
Barrett-Jackson is fielding an ambitious, compelling lineup of car-collecting workshops from January 16-20, 2017 at their huge Scottsdale Auction.
ACC Publisher Keith Martin will be a part of the “Getting Started in Car Collecting” panel on January 16. ACC Editor Jim Pickering and a panel of experts will present “The Top Ten Collector Cars: What to Buy and Why” from 9 am to 11 am on January 18.
All the symposiums are located at the “Beyond The Block” Live Stage next to Read More