At first glance, this battered red jeep appears to be little more than an old vehicle showing its age and long since having served its primary function. But once you start to learn the details behind the jeep—its significance, its owner and the special place it held in his life—you begin to gain a far greater appreciation for what you are seeing.
Scattered across America are scores of museums, institutions and foundations that serve as repositories of our cultural and automotive heritage. Many of these places are not considered automotive museums, per se. But the historical perspective they provide is no less…
Hard to believe a year has passed since we announced this automotive marvel’s inclusion on the National Historic Vehicle Register. Take a look back at the fascinating history of the so-called “Tin Goose” and the Tucker Corporation as told by…
With the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance once again in the rearview mirror, we take a look back at a very special interview we conducted there a few years ago. Check out the story behind Jim Callahan’s 1932 Stutz, a rare and unrestored beauty discovered in Wisconsin and owned by the same family for 73 years.
With the HVA’s Model T Tour looming large on the horizon, we thought we’d take a look back at another cross-country trek, this one made in a 1912 EMF Touring Car.
Out of the nearly 15 million Model Ts manufactured, this one in particular holds special significance for being a 100-year-old homebody. After leaving the factory in Dearborn, this special car arrived in the small, Northern Michigan town of Traverse City and never left. Check out Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty as he shares the story of this special Model T.
A summer vacation staple for generations, the Great American Road Trip has become a rite of passage for many a car guy and gal. Check out the story of Carol Cromley and her family’s 1934 Chrysler Airflow, a car that saw a good deal of the country when new.