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Alfa Romeo Owners Group

Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A. is an Italian automaker founded in 1910. Alfa Romeo has been a part of the Fiat Group since 1986.Welcome to the Alfa Romeo Owners Club-USA!The Alfa Romeo Owners Club-USA (AROC-USA) is all about experiencing your Alfa, sharing the experience and having fun.  You don't have to be a mechanical genius, or drive like Fangio.   All you need is an appreciation of driving a passionately designed Alfa Romeo.  If this is your first time visiting, you can access…See More
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Classic Recreations is reimagining the iconic 1967 Shelby GT500 in carbon fiber

Few automobiles epitomized American muscle like the Shelby GT500 when it was introduced in 1967. A meaner Mustang, the original model carried fiberglass body panels and a 355 hp, Ford FE Series 428 cubic-inch V-8 that could launch the 3,370-pound two-door from zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds before covering the quarter mile in 15 seconds. Remember, we hadn’t landed on the moon yet and the Beatles were still together — these performance specs were newsworthy for the era.

Can you sell a million-dollar collector car on Instagram?

With millions of gearhead photographers and enthusiasts constantly snapping and scrolling, Instagram has become one of the automotive world’s most influential media channels. But is the window to the collector car world also a relevant business channel? We asked the experts. (Image: Classic Driver)

The best and worst vintage racing movies of the 20th century

Back when car enthusiasts’ attention was focused on “Ford v Ferrari,” rather than a microscopic nasty made of lipids and RNA, I started to do a deep dive into racing movies. That investigation led me down a rabbit h*** that tunneled back into the silent film era. With so many people holed up in their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this seems like a good time to present the results of my research. Here’s a trove of the best, the worst, and the most innovative racing movies from the 20th century, plus some tidbits of history that I hope you’ll find fascinating.

Russell hopes for testing before 2020 F1 season starts

George Russell hopes he will be able to complete some test running in a Formula 1 car before the revised start to the 2020 season in Austria in early July. The opening 10 races of the season were called off as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but plans are in place to stage two races behind closed doors at the Red Bull Ring in Austria on 5 and 12 July.

Stainless-steel Ford trio consigned to Worldwide sale

In 1935, to promote the durability and aesthetic appeal of the newly developed material called stainless steel, Ford and Allegheny Ludlum Steel of Pittsburgh worked together to clothe half a dozen 1936 Ford Deluxe sedans with stainless coachwork. Each of the cars was driven by Allegheny Ludlum executives, logging more than 200,000 miles until the cars were retired in 1946. Of the half-dozen, four are known to still exist. (Image: Worldwide Auctioneers)

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Newsletter Volume 4, Issue #1

Posted by Greg Robb on March 21, 2020 at 3:58pm 0 Comments

We have recently published our latest newsletter. We have some new offerings for you. These include race cars driven by 2 of America's racing icons. None other than A.J. Foyt and Mario Andretti.  We also introduce artist Alain Longueville and his fine drawing skills. And we announce some private sale stuff. Plus a bargain priced GForce Indycar. So take a look at what we have to offer…


Historical racing-themed novel ‘The Last Open Road’ - Now an Audiobook

Posted by Stephen Page on August 8, 2019 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Historical racing-themed novel ‘The Last Open Road’ to be Audiobook

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Things to Check When Choosing a Detailer

Posted by Tracey Clayton on August 1, 2019 at 9:16am 0 Comments

The issue of car maintenance is one of the most important factors when it comes to determining its value later on. The problem with this concept, however, lies in the fact that you can’t do it all on your own. For this reason, locating an ideal car wash is paramount. This is why…


6 Pieces of Advice Your Car Buyers Should Hear

Posted by Tracey Clayton on July 19, 2019 at 7:11am 0 Comments

Whether you are a fresh graduate who has landed a first job or just simply someone who has the opportunity to buy a car, the process is never as nerve-racking as it is the first time. Buying a first car is far from easy, but is an unofficial rite of passage that ultimately grants you a great deal of experience. Although we may never find out who was the lucky tech college graduate who bought Karl Benz’s first production car, you can read these six tips…


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