The action was intense and emotions were high as the Mecum Auction rolled into the Schaumburg Convention Center (more…)
Ford’s Mustang galloped into the hearts of enthusiasts everywhere when it launched in 1964 and the model still continues to woo over adoring fans today. This coal-black (more…)
The two-door Chevrolet Nomad has never been short on style. Its looks quickly won over Warren Johnson, who’s long been smitten with the (more…)
While strolling down the gleaming aisles at the Nethercutt Museum, each row may seem like any other world-class auto collection. Yet one distinguishing factor sets the Sylmar, Calif., auto (more…)
Cadillac vehicles have long represented the pinnacle of class and luxury. This stunning white-on-white 1962 Series 62 perfectly highlights just how that (more…)
Spend enough winters in the Mid West and it won’t take long to realize organized classic car events during the cold months are few and far between. That could be why when we caught wind of the ‘Back to the Beach’ classic car show, held at the Arlington Toyota-Scion, in Palatine, Il, we jumped at the chance to see some local vintage iron, all parked in indoor comfort. The beach-themed event occurred this past Saturday, from 6-10 pm and featured live music by the Chicago 60’ & 70’s band “The Legends”, a catered dinner, silent auction and classic car show – all for a nominal fee supporting Northbrook synagogue, Anshe Tikvah.
Here’s the full photo gallery from the event but expect several video walk-arounds on a few of the custom cruisers in the very near future.