Hemmings Classic Car August 2018

Each issue is packed with photos and coverage of American classic cars from the Brass Era through the 70's.

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United States
Idioma:
English
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American City Business Journals_Hemmings
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Monthly
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12 Números

en este número

4 min.
richard lentinello

“…I jumped the fence to peek through the garage window, and lo and behold, it was a first-generation Camaro.” With a garage full of British sports cars and a recently purchased 1961 Pontiac Ventura “bubbletop” (more about this next month), I’m now the proud owner of my first Chevrolet. More specifically, a 1969 Camaro. I truly was never interested in buying a first-generation Camaro as I always preferred the Firebird version, but this little F-body was too good a deal to pass up. I’m a big proponent of unrestored original cars, and this Camaro is as original as the day it rolled off the Norwood assembly line. I’m grateful that it’s now mine. Where did I find this gem? Well, right next door, of all places. While I was unloading the 26-foot U-Haul filled…

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1 min.
news reports

Streamliners Exhibit WHETHER DESIGNERS INCORPORATED STREAMLINING INTO THEIR DESIGNS as a matter of functionality or artistic beauty, there is no mistaking the signature appearances of this style. The Portland Art Museum celebrates these bold designs with its “The Shape of Speed: Streamlined Automobiles and Motorcycles, 1930-1942” exhibit. The display runs June 16-September 16. Among the classic streamliners shown will be the Stout Scarab, Airomobile, Cord 812 SC sedan, Zephyr, Imperial Airflow, and a sharknose from Graham-Paige, among many other examples from around the world. The museum is located in downtown Portland, Oregon. Be sure to visit www.portlandartmuseum.org for operating hours and admission fees. De Sotos Down South THE 33RD ANNUAL National De Soto Club Convention will have a Southern flair this year as the old Mopar marque gathers in Branson, Missouri, August 22-26.…

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1 min.
august

July 31-August 5 • Edsel National Convention Keizer, Oregon • 503-492-0878 www.edselclub.org 2-8 • VCCA Bitterroot Valley Tour Missoula, Montana 406-363-1509 • www.vcca.org 3-10 • Cadillac & LaSalle Club Driving Tour San Luis Obispo, California • 310-753-8079 www.cadillaclasalleclub.org 4 • Antique Ford Day • St. Joseph, Illinois 217-649-0724 • www.mtfca.com 4-5 • Summer Elkhorn Swap Meet and Car Show Elkhorn, Wisconsin • 608-244-8416 www.madisonclassics.com 9 • Hemmings Cruise-In • Bennington, Vermont 800-227-4373 • www.hemmings.com 10-12 • Classic Car Meet • Waterbury, Vermont 802-249-0272 • cgeeb99@gmail.com 14-18 • Drive-In Movie, Rolling Cruise Flint, Michigan • 810-654-9029 www.backtothebricks.org 17-19 • Swap Meet & Car Corral Springfield, Missouri • 417-736-3485 www.ozarksantiqueautoclub.com 23 • Hemmings Cruise-In • Bennington, Vermont 800-227-4373 • www.hemmings.com 24-26 • Big 3 Swap Meet San Diego, California • 818-879-3965 www.big3partsexchange.com 26-30 • Pacific Early Six: 1929-’36 Chevrolets Alturus, California • 206-226-2572…

2 min.
lost & found

Again With That Buick HERE WE THOUGHT BECAUSE WE HAD A PERIOD PHOTO OF THE FLXIBLE-BUILT Shriner Buick (see HCC #162) we could close the books on that mystery. But not when Walter M.P. McCall is on the job. Walter, editor of The Professional Car Society’s magazine, wrote in to inform us that Buick never built a flower car on the 1942 to 1948 Buick chassis. “Flxible did build three Buick flower cars, and one Cadillac, in 1940-’41,” Walter wrote. “In 1942 the company introduced a radically different hearse that looked like a flower car but wasn’t. The Flxible Innovation was a coupe-style funeral vehicle with a smooth rear deck. Just six were made, five on ’42 Cadillac commercial chassis, and one Buick.” He included a photo of one of the Cadillacs for us…

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3 min.
auction news

Hostetler’s Hudsons WORLDWIDE WILL CONDUCT THE AUCTION OF THE HOSTETLER’S HUDSON AUTO MUSEUM’S collection this August 4 in Shipshewana, Indiana. The museum’s board decided to permanently close the museum and liquidate the collection of over 50 cars when the museum faced mounting debts and decreased attendance. Eldon Hostetler had built up an impressive collection of Hudsons that included examples from almost every year, from fire trucks to a rare woodie. One of the jewels of the collection is a 1931 Series U “Greater Hudson” seven-passenger touring car believed to have been commissioned for Herbert Hoover’s trip to Panama. Expect to see some of the finest and rarest Hudsons cross the block. For more information, visit www.worldwide-auctioneers.com. Pebble Beach IT’S AUGUST AGAIN, AND THAT MEANS IT’S time for California’s Monterey Peninsula to become the…

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1 min.
august

2-4 • Mecum Auctions Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 262-275-5050 • www.mecum.com 15-18 • New England Auto Auction Owls Head, Maine • 207-594-4418 www.owlshead.org 23-25 • Mecum Auctions Monterey, California • 262-275-5050 www.mecum.com 23-25 • Russo and Steele Monterey, California • 602-252-2697 www.russoandsteele.com 24 • Bonhams Carmel, California • 415-391-4000 www.bonhams.com 24-25 • Gooding & Company Pebble Beach, California • 310-899-1960 www.goodingco.com 24-25 • RM Sotheby’s Monterey, California • 519-352-4575 www.rmsothebys.com…