Chevrolet Camaro No. 100001 is a simple car that took a complicated road to its place of honor on Woodward Avenue this week.
“The ’66 Hemi Charger was the start of something extraordinary,” Historic Vehicle Association president mark Gessler said. “It was the most muscle you could buy in a street car. It was engineered to compete with the Chevrolet Chevelle, Pontiac GTO and Oldsmobile 442. Top dog status was important in Detroit and around the country.”
The Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance will hold a special gathering of historic Anderson Motor Co. cars manufactured in Rocky Hill, S.C., from 1916 through 1925. Several of these rare automobiles will be shown during the Nov. 4-6 Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival.
June marks the official start of summer, so it’s no surprise the month is also one of the busiest in terms of the sheer number of car shows. From local cruise-ins to national meets, June always has more than enough to keep even the most finicky auto enthusiast entertained. Check out just a few of the events from this past month, each of which found the Historic Vehicle Association in attendance and handing out awards.
FIVA AWARDS ‘BEST PRESERVED VEHICLE’ TO CORD L-29 – as first action under UNESCO patronage of FIVA World Motoring Heritage Year
First Action Under UNESCO Patronage for FIVA World Motoring Heritage Year Award Presented at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance Washington, D.C. (March 21, 2016) – The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) announced today that the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA),…