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Q&A: February 21, 2019 Edition

Q. I have owned a 1942 Dodge Deluxe four-door sedan since 1965. While it is a World War II vehicle, it is not a “blackout” model. Production of the 1942 cars started in September 1941. Over the years, I have owned other MoPar blackout cars. I still also own several spare blackout...

Locked and Loaded: Restoring an ignition lock

  Story and photos by Tom Mason, PhD The following tips have been learned over the course of restoring 1935-’36 Ford ignition locks. These tips may also be helpful for restoring other early Ford V-8 ignition switches. There appears to be two different types of locking assemblies in 1935 and 1936...

Bonhams’ ‘taking care of business’ in the birthplace of Elvis

Famed Tupelo Automobile Museum Collection to be auctioned April 26-27, 2019   New York – Bonhams is proud to announce that in April it will have the privilege of auctioning the renowned Tupelo Automobile Museum Collection. Built by TV and telecommunications pioneer, Frank K. Spain, the famed Mississippi collection comprises more...

Car of the Week: 1977 Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon

Story and photos by Brian Earnest Dale Jacobson can’t be sure, but he figures he has at least one claim to fame in life. “I think I’m the only guy crazy enough to rotisserie restore a Pinto,” he says with a hearty laugh. “I actually did have it up on a...

Car of the Week: 1923 Ford Model T touring

Model T Ford lovers Bert Reid and his son Joe don’t have anything against project cars and basket cases. They’ve taken apart Tin Lizzies before — every nut and bolt on them. But when a nice turn-key car comes along, the pair don’t turn up their noses. That was the case...

Mustang Owner’s Museum to open April 17, 2019

Concord, NC-The Mustang Owner’s Museum announced its Grand Opening Celebration will be held on April 17, 2019, in Concord, North Carolina. The walls are up, roofing is near completion. They anticipate the exterior of the Mustang Owner’s Museum (MOM) to be complete by the end of this year, with the interior...

Carlisle Truck Nationals 2018

  Carlisle, PA – Trucks of all shapes, sizes, styles and eras converge on the Carlisle, PA Fairgrounds from August 3-5 as part of the Carlisle Truck Nationals, presented in 2018 by A&A Auto Stores. The three-day celebration of all things truck brings families and guests of all ages to Carlisle in ways unmatched by...

Car of the Week: 1969 Holman-Moody Torino GT Cobra

In 1969, David Pearson and Holman & Moody carried on their winning formula from the previous season and became NASCAR Grand National Champions for the second year in a row with Pearson driving the No. 17 Ford Torino race car. Not long after the 1969 NASCAR racing season ended, Holman &...

A taste of Italy at Caffeine & Carburetors show

Italian Beauty and Power Headline Caffeine & Carburetors New Canaan, Conn.- “Bellissima! Bella Macchina!” will be exclaimed as Italian marques take the spotlight at this year’s Caffeine & Carburetors Powered by Bankwell season opener on April 22, 2018 in New Canaan, Conn. Beauty, style and horsepower will line the “Strada Italiana” celebration with such...

Bonhams offering up cars from Carroll Shelby’s estate

  New York – Bonhams announced that it has been selected by the estate of Carroll Shelby to offer for sale cars from the personal collection of the late racer and designer. Two dozen automobiles owned by the automotive legend will be auctioned with no reserve at the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance in...