Following the unveiling of the Bizzarrini 5300 GT Corsa Revival earlier this year, the first of 24 production cars has left Bizzarrini's dedicated UK facility. This first customer car has been delivered to its new owner with further examples being completed and shipped until the limited production run is fully delivered in 2023. (Image: Vintage Racecars)
The Arizona Concours d'Elegance is seeking spectacular automobiles for the much-admired show and competition, which returns on January 22, 2023, at its new venue on the grass at the Scottsdale Civic Center. About 100 select automobiles will be accepted for the signature event that highlights January in Arizona.
Say hello to Paul Stephens' AutoArt 993R, a restomod that pushes that definition to the limit — it's pretty much an entire reworking of the 993. It has its roots in a demanding brief from the client: "Take a 993 and make a 25% improvement in every area." Considering the 993 is often seen as the finest air-cooled 911 of them all, that was a tall order. (Image: AutoArt)
After close to 40 years, a Hawke's Bay museum, home to what's thought to be the largest collection of British cars in the world, is reluctantly relinquishing its title.
It took the late Ian Hope half a lifetime to fill the old packhouse in Haumoana with more than 500 classic British vehicles along with memorabilia, road signs, petrol hoses, car parts and vintage models.
It is a piece of Hollywood memorabilia that has new meaning.
One of the famous cars from the film "Grease" is coming up for auction at the Mecum Auctions event in Monterey, California, on August 20.
The black custom 1949 Mercury known as "Hell's Chariot" was raced by the villain, Crater Face, against Danny Zuko's "Greased Lightning" down the Los Angeles River culvert in one of the film's most iconic scenes.