In Yellowstone National Park’s earlier days, there was a battle between outfits vying to be the official transportation provider throughout the park’s massive acreage. Apparently the Yellowstone Park and Transportation Company was the most successful, thanks in part to this White Model 706 bus-SUV hybrid thing.
If you have a 2001 BMW M3 GTR, consider yourself lucky. The M3 GTR is one of the rarest BMWs and only ran during the 2001 season. But now the car will make a stunning reappearance at Monterey Car Week in patriotic splendor.
Every year you can find some of the most drool-worthy vintage and modern sports cars at the RM Sotheby’s Classic Car Auction in Monterey, California. But this year will have some of the most expensive and exclusive cars ever built, and they were all sourced from a single collector.
Pebble Beach and the festivities that make up Monterey Car Week have gotten totally out of hand. I'm counting over 50 different events, not including private shindigs and ultra-hyper-exclusive reveals. Add in tens of thousands of people, and it's impossible to get around – let alone park. Bike is the answer.
Spinelli and I somehow pealed ourselves out of bed to watch the parade of German machinery take to the lawn at the Legends of the Autobahn. It's one of the best shows in Monterey, but this year's event was missing something. Specifically, Porsche.
That spectacular Tucker 48 isn't the only car you should grab at the RM Auction in Monterey next month. Oh no. There's a Vector!
GT cars and Daytona Prototypes descended on the Best Coast's standout track, Laguna Seca. Prepare yourself for some wholly gratuitous Corkscrew action.
Next week, the Jaguar will be showing off their ultimate pussy during the events of the big Pebble Beach car weekend with a little help from some Playboy bunnies.
A 1968 Ford GT40 Gulf/Mirage that was used as a camera car during filming of "Le Mans" will be the featured attraction at RM Auction's Monterey sale this August.
The six hours of racing at Laguna Seca this weekend didn't make for any surprise wins in the prototype classes, but we got some classically close GT competition. Laguna Seca veteran Brad Fox caught the unmitigated grandeur of modern racing cars flooding through the corkscrew.
Spoiler alert: Awesome race cars are even more awesome at Laguna Seca. It's a photographer's paradise and we sent the inimitable Brad Fox to last weekend's American Le Mans Series race at Laguna Seca to bring you enough grid girls, engine porn, and ferocious race cars to keep your
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Every year on the third weekend in August a week of high end car shows and auctions on the Monterey Peninsula ends with the beyond upscale and world famous Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. On the opposite side of the country a decidedly less upscale collector car event has been held the same weekend in the small…
This impressive Murphy-bodied 1931 Duesenberg Model J coupe owned by eccentric playboy George Whittell Jr. more than doubled the previous record Duesenberg sale ($4.455 million in 2004) when it brought $10.34 million dollars at auction last weekend.
We told you back in March the Slate Gray 1970 Porsche 911T that appeared in the opening scenes of Le Mans and was owned by the movie's iconic star would cross the block during auction week in Monterey this month. Back then RM's pre-sale estimate for the famous Porsche was between $950,000 and $1.3 million.
The Pagani Huayra isn't technically legal to drive on city streets in the U.S., but one of the Italian exotics is here for show/testing purposes until it can get around our pesky airbag laws. This didn't stop a cadre of local California law enforcement from stopping the car while being driven by founder Horacio Pagani…
In the greens of metal at the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance, one car leapt out at me; a strange red speedster with a Plymouth badge. I had no idea just how strange it was until the owner shared the details of its five-decade journey from speeding around Detroit to dodging mortars in war-torn Beirut. Here's the…
The roads surrounding the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance are the only place in the world where you can get jaded by the sight of a mid-'60s Ferrari in a matter of days. Here's the best of what I saw this weekend.
The Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca has a mind-searing array of classic racecars, from Formula 1 rides of the '70s to a 1911 Fiat. For your listening pleasure, here's the sounds of Saturday's race for 1963-66 GT cars washing the air of central California pure with their thunder. (And my…