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Iconic Volkswagen Beetle Ends Production

Iconic Volkswagen Beetle Ends Production

Herndon, VA — After its multi-generational run as a brand mainstay and global automotive phenomenon, the Volkswagen Beetle is ending production. The final car produced by Volkswagen de Mexico’s Puebla plant—a Denim Blue coupe—will live on display at Volkswagen’s local museum in Puebla as a lasting tribute to the automobile’s rich and storied heritage. Volkswagen de Mexico will soon shift […]

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Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction Makes History with $2.7-Million Sale of Last-Built C7 Corvette, Continues to Fuel Market with Diverse Docket

Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction Makes History with $2.7-Million Sale of Last-Built C7 Corvette, Continues to Fuel Market with Diverse Docket

UNCASVILLE, CONN. – July 1, 2019 – Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, made history with the sale of the last-built C7 Chevrolet Corvette (Lot #3001) and continued to fuel the hobby with a diverse docket of collector vehicles during the 4th Annual Northeast Auction, June 26-29, 2019, at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. Sales over the four-day event also continued to […]

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How a $7,000 Car became the ‘Million Dollar Scirocco’

How a $7,000 Car became the ‘Million Dollar Scirocco’

Jason Whipple’s 1980 Volkswagen Scirocco S is an instant head turner. Splashed in a rainbow motif, blurred lettering and wild graphics, there’s no surprise why the hand-painted hatchback has people buzzing in and outside the automotive community. Blurring the lines between race car and art car, the sporty coupe beckons viewers to stop and stare a bit longer. Whipple has […]

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Meet Lola, Leon Griffith’s 1967 Shelby Mustang Tribute Car

Meet Lola, Leon Griffith’s 1967 Shelby Mustang Tribute Car

Gilbert’s Leon Griffith is the proud owner of Lola, a a black on black tribute to the 1967 Shelby Mustang. Lola is powered by a J code 302 ci small block that puts the power to the 3.55 rear end via a World Class 5 speed transmission. Lola rides on a stock suspension and rolls on Shelby wheels. Scroll down […]

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Corvette Sold to Finance Custom Home Resurfaces at Barrett-Jackson

Corvette Sold to Finance Custom Home Resurfaces at Barrett-Jackson

Scottsdale, ARIZ. (January 21, 2019) – Some time during the early 80’s, Dan and Sarah Furbee purchased a 1966 Chevrolet Corvette convertible.  The car was a numbers matching 427 ci, 425 hp four-speed from the factory. Dan drove the car for a year before the e-brake malfunctioned.  He took it in for repairs and ended up deciding to just go […]

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Curt Brown’s ’42 Chevy Pick Up Rat Rod

Curt Brown’s ’42 Chevy Pick Up Rat Rod

Tempe’s Curt Brown is the owner of this cool 1942 Chevrolet pick-up truck Rat Rod. It’s powered by a 350 ci engine fed though a Turbo 350 transmission via a Camaro rear end to 16 inch wheels.  Curt’s Chevy Rat Rod rides on 1/4 elliptical suspension and rear coil overs. The body and interior are un-restored. Thanks for sharing!

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Doug Bull’s 1954 Kaiser Custom Roadster

Doug Bull’s 1954 Kaiser Custom Roadster

Phoenix’s Doug Bull is the owner of this custom built 1954 Kaiser. The Kaiser began life as a sedan. Over time it was converted into a rare example of what could have been. Doug piked up the Kaiser as a basket case. Working on the car the course of 8 years in his garage, he transformed the Kaiser into a […]

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