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If there is one word that could sum up Tracy Chapman’s 1949 Cadillac convertible, it would be commitment. From the seller’s demands in the very beginning to a 3600-mile shakedown road trip and over 12,000 miles since, this car has been “all in or nothing” the whole way. Tracy and Harold were at a Goodguys event

The Eagle Field Runway Drags held on the old 1942-era WWII military airstrip in Firebaugh, California, is yet another extension of the grassroots drag racing popping up across the Golden State. The Kingdon Reunion and Eagle Field drags are a throwback to the 1950s and 60s when dragsters, gassers, stockers and altereds filled staging lanes

Square body guys! Thanks to the suspension experts at RideTech, you can now rip the road a lot harder in your ’73-’87 Chevy C-10. RideTech’s new coilover suspension kit has everything you need in one sensational system. If dramatically improved handling, ride quality and stance sound good, you’re in luck. Here is what’s on the table.

Barrett Jackson Las Vegas rallied the collector car community during the 10th Annual Auction, held Oct. 19-21, 2017, at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. A record crowd of over 74,000 people watched as 671 vehicles crossed the block, delivering an impressive 99.25 percent sell-through rate. Total sales for the auction were over $31.32 million, with

It’s not every day you see a perfectly-restored 1926 Nash roadster, especially not one that was owned over one hundred years ago by a bootlegger in San Francisco. We met John Hinkley at the Altamont Cruisers show earlier this month, and he filled us in on all the details. Let’s start at the beginning of

The 1955 Indianapolis 500 played a pivotal role in that tragic season. In the second paragraph of “Against Death and Time” - Brock Yates’ novel about that brutal season begins with an encounter between the narrator and a character who happened to be a photographer: “We were on the third floor of a rooming house three