Enter to Win Chevrolet introduced the C2 Stingray, an American icon or engineering and design, in 1963 and Journal readers have a chance to win one in Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum’s sweepstakes event. This numbers-matching Riverside Red Corvette Stingray is powered by a 360-horsepower fuel-injected 327cid V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. “The Sting Ray boasted graceful body panels and compound-curved side […]

Just when you thought you’ve seen every permutation of the Volkswagen Beetle, from the Meyer Manx to the Thing, and every kind of beach buggy and custom off-roader imaginable, along comes something completely different. This one is called the Country Buggy. It comes from the land down under, where it was originally designed in the

Down-under Volkswagen variation, Country Buggy is rare all-terrain modelRead More »

After taking 2020 off, the Cincinnati Concours d’ Elegance was back this past Sunday at the picturesque Ault Park location. This year’s concours featured a collection of cars that would be at home in some of the biggest concours in the country, with Duesenbergs, historic Indy and endurance racing cars, and just about every other

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The Tesla Model S Plaid has just started deliveries, and it already has a world record under its belt. Jay Leno was recently invited to drive the electric super hatch down the dragstrip at Pomona raceway in California, where he managed to run a quarter-mile ET of 9.247 seconds at 152.09 mph. The stunt was filmed for

Watch Jay Leno set 9.24s quarter-mile world record in the Tesla Model S PlaidRead More »

(Editor’s note: During the month of June, the ClassicCars.com Journal is publishing a series of stories about displaying your car at car shows and concours. Today, guest contributor Chris Kapa offers their suggestions for displaying your vehicle at a local show. If you have a story about showing your classic, please send it to us at journal@classiccars.com.) The

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The Pick of the Day is a sweet-looking 1949 Oldsmobile 76 club coupe with a nice family back story, and which appears to be completely refurbished and entirely drivable.   The ‘76 was the smaller base model for the restyled Oldsmobiles at that time, on what was called the B-body chassis, and this car has

Pick of the Day: 1949 Oldsmobile 76 club coupe, restored and ready to goRead More »

The Pick of the Day is one of the last coachbuilt production cars to leave Mercedes-Benz and one of just 3,270 built, a 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 coupe. “This example is perfect for cruising during the week and taking to car shows on the weekend, an exceptional numbers-matching example with full documented history from new,”

Pick of the Day: Two-owner 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 coupeRead More »