A History of Fender Swoopiness

Automobile fenders are like poetry in geometry. In time the fender became an integral part of car design, but started out as a way to keep dirt and rocks from spraying vehicle occupants. Heacock Classic has uncovered a lengthy history of the fender with scads of photography to go along with it. Believe it or not, the… » 9/26/14 9:26am 9/26/14 9:26am

​Classic Car Shopping Just Got Dangerously Simple

You might remember Tailpipe.co from a few months back. It lets you search across a range of sites to find classic cars, and it promptly obliterated our productivity. But it left a bit to be desired, so after hearing our gripes they're relaunching at VintageWheels.com. We're the first to get a taste and your afternoon… » 9/10/14 1:16pm 9/10/14 1:16pm

This Crazy Badass Mercedes-Benz Belonged To The King Of Iraq

[This is the one-off 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Roadster built by Erdmann and Rossi for the King of Iraq at this years' Classic Days at Schloss Dyck. It has a 5-liter supercharged inline-8 producing 160+ horsepower. 5,180 pounds of art deco magnificence. Photo credit: Markus Jordan/Philipp Deppe via MB.] » 8/14/14 10:39am 8/14/14 10:39am