Classics High Performance

SECRETS OF ALFA ROMEO

Published on www.hagerty.com By: Hagerty Alfa Romeo is squarely back in the U.S. after a 20-year absence and FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne says they’re here to stay this time, so it seems appropriate to review a few little-known facts about Alfa Romeo: Alfa Romeo is among the most frequenly misspelled and mispronounced automotive brands for sale in […]

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COLLECTOR CLASSICS: THE SABRA

Published on www.hagerty.com By: Nigel Matthews Pedestrian-unfriendly overrider front bumpers just one of the oddities of this rare Israeli roadster Spending a great deal of my time involved in the world of serious concours and preservation judging, it is sometimes fun to attend shows that are the complete opposite. During a recent trip to Hershey, Penn., […]

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SECRETS OF THE CADILLAC ELDORADO

Published on www.hagerty.com By: Hagerty The Eldorado is one of the most fabled names in American automobiles. Elvis loved them, they show up in Martin Scorsese films with regularity and they’re often drop-dead gorgeous. Here are five little-known facts about the Eldo: It was once the most famous production vehicle in the world. The 1957 Eldorado Brougham […]

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DREAM CRUISE REUNION FOR A ’VETTE AND AN OWNER

Published on www.hagerty.com By: Paul Stenquist The Woodward Dream Cruise, an annual automotive festival in Metro Detroit that draws about a million spectators and tens of thousands of hot rods, muscle cars and classics, is a consistent source of feel-good stories. Perhaps the best from this year, the event’s 21st edition, was that of George Talley […]