The McGee Roadster hot rod, Hirohata Merc radical custom and Gypsy Rose lowrider became part of history today. They were announced as the 16th, 17th and 18th vehicles to be added to the National Historic Vehicle Register in recognition of their significance in American automotive history.
In celebration of its Ninth Anniversary, America on Wheels (AOW) will feature two unrestored early Mustangs as the centerpiece to the museum’s new exhibition “Pony Cars: Then and Now” running April 8th through October 2017.
Questions of the future are in everyone’s mind. What’s the future of cars, and our mobility? “The Future of Automobility” holiday window display was unveiled today at 432 Park Avenue. The display is curated by Stanford University Professor Michael Shanks of the Center for Design Research and the Historic Vehicle Association.
Event Celebrates 100 Years of Automotive Manufacturing History in South Carolina
The Marmon Wasp, one of America’s most historic automobiles that was driven to victory in the first Indianapolis 500 race in 1911, makes its first visit to Las Vegas to appear at the 2016 SEMA Show.
TIME WARP 1902 THOMAS AND LAMBORGHINI MIURA RECEIVE FIVA PRESERVATION AWARDS AT PEBBLE BEACH CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE
The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) awarded two Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA) preservation trophies at the 66th Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on Sunday, August 21, 2016.
HVA Celebrates 1908 New York to Paris Winner Thomas Flyer Traveled 22,000 Miles Over Land and Sea Washington, D.C. (June 22, 2016) – The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) announced today that the 1907 Thomas Flyer joins other automotive icons on…