Hemmings Classic Car October 2018

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

País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
American City Business Journals_Hemmings
Periodicidad:
Monthly
USD 3.99
USD 16
12 Números

en este número

3 min.
collecting books

“Unlike buying a car, assembling a worthwhile collection of books takes years, if not decades...” Besides my 1968 Triumph Spitfire, which is the first car I ever bought and still own, I would have to say that my most prized possession is my automotive-book collection. Unlike buying a car, assembling a worthwhile collection of books takes years, if not decades, before you find and purchase all the books that you need, and want. Of course, such a collection never really stops growing, thanks to the world’s publishers that keep issuing new books month after month. Thankfully, most of the new automobile books that are being published today offer little in terms of new content, being little more than rehashes of the same rehashed information, so the growth rate has slowed tremendously. If…

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1 min.
news reports

California Tribute THE 2018 PALOS VERDES CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE RETURNS TO THE ZAMPERINI FIELD in Torrance, California, on Sunday, September 30. This will be the 25th edition, and the theme aims to highlight “California Style.” It’s open to all makes that have contributed to the history of the California car culture including woodies, American convertibles, sports cars, and prewar classics that display custom coachwork by California designers Murphy, Bohman & Schwartz, and Darrin. More than 200 automobiles will be on display, and beneficiaries of the proceeds will be the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor and the Western Museum of Flight. Go to www.pvconcours.org for more information. VCCA Southern Fall Tour THE VINTAGE CHEVROLET CLUB OF AMERICA WILL FEATURE ITS 15TH SOUTHERN FALL Tour this October 1-6. The tour will be…

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1 min.
october

3-7 • Fall Carlisle Carlisle, Pennsylvania • 717-243-7855 www.carlisleevents.com 6-7 • Michigan Antique Festivals Davisburg, Michigan • 989-687-9001 www.miantiquefestival.com 7 • Randolph Fall Bonanza Randolph, Ohio • 800-553-8745 www.allohioparts.com 7 • Sumter Swap Meets Bushnell, Florida • 727-848-7171 www.floridaswapmeets.com 10-13 • AACA Eastern Regional Fall Meet Hershey, Pennsylvania • 717-566-7720 www.hersheyaaca.org/fallmeet.html 12-13 • Vairs in the Valley Car Show Maggie Valley, North Carolina • 828-626-3617 www.ncmountaincorvairs.com 18-20 • Annual Fall Swap Meet Chickasha, Oklahoma • 405-224-6552 www.chickashaautoswapmeet.com 21-26 • Founders Tour Metropolis, Illinois • 717-534-1910 www.aaca.org…

2 min.
lost & found

Swiss Linc OF ALL PLACES, NICK STIEME CAME ACROSS THIS ONE-OF-48 EISENHARDT- AND Hess-built 1959 Lincoln limousine behind a Nissan dealership in Switzerland. As he describes it: “Some exterior trim (parts of rocker panel trim, one hubcap, and trim at the front of the hood) is missing, and there is obviously rust damage. Interior trim seems to be complete. According to the owner the engine is running (?) and the brakes have been fixed. But an extensive restoration would be required.” It’s for sale, though finding a parts car in Switzerland might prove difficult. Gosh, a Gisler THE SPORTS CAR THAT GOES BY THE NAME GISLER should look familiar to longtime Lost & Found readers; Special Interest Autos featured it in the predecessor to this department way back in July 2000. At the time, Wayne…

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3 min.
auction news

Den Hartogh Ford Collection BONHAMS SOLD THE MASSIVE COLLECTION OF FORDS ON-SITE AT THE DEN HARTOGH MUSEUM in the Netherlands on June 23, with a 100-percent sell-through rate. The impressive collection featured more than 300 lots that included 200-plus Fords and Lincolns along with 50-plus motorcycles. Each lot was sold individually with no reserve, and legions of Ford fans went home with a part of the collection. At one time, the Den Hartogh was certified as the largest Ford museum in the world, and its origins date all the way back to 1956. The collection featured cars ranging from a 1903 Model A Open Tourer to a few postwar late-1940s cars and pickups, but most of the selection consisted of prewar Fords and Lincolns. Also included were specialty vehicles such as fire…

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october

3-6 • Mecum Auctions • Dallas, Texas 262-275-5050 • www.mecum.com 4-6 • Vicari Auctions Biloxi, Mississippi • 504-264-2277 www.vicariauction.com 6 • Silver Auctions Vancouver, Washington • 800-255-4485 www.silverauctions.com 8 • Bonhams Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 415-391-4000 • www.bonhams.com 8 • Morphy Auctions Denver, Pennsylvania • 877-968-8880 www.morphyauctions.com 11-12 • RM Sotheby’s Hershey, Pennsylvania • 519-352-4575 www.rmsothebys.com 19-20 • The Branson Auction Branson, Missouri • 800-335-3063 www.bransonauction.com 25-27 • Mecum Auctions Chicago, Illinois • 262-275-5050 www.mecum.com…