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1959 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham, winner of the 2019 Ridler Award at Detroit Autorama
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The winner of the 2019 Ridler Award presented by Meguiar's last weekend at Detroit Autorama was a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham named CadMad...
The Imperial Speedster in progress to become the Imperial Evolution
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The Imperial Speedster has such a storied history, it certainly makes one wonder why Pfaff would tear the Imperial Speedster apart. He's here to explain what's he's doing...
Custom car on display inside Greg's Speed Shop in Waupaca, Wisconsin
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Greg’s Speed Shop features shops within a shop....
The National Corvette Museum completed the restoration of a high-flying 1982 Corvette in a garage bay near the museum’s AutoZone
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The National Corvette Museum completed the restoration of a high-flying 1982 Corvette in a garage bay near the museum’s AutoZone Maintenance Shop...
Legacy Classic Trucks will modernize the famous red buses at Glacier National Park.
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Legacy Classic Trucks will modernize the famous red buses with a new chassis and engine…
1967 Ford Mustang Kindig-It Design Custom Fastback
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Barrett-Jackson’s 48th Annual Scottsdale Auction held in January featured a sell-through rate of 99.75 percent on 1,8000 vehicles...
Done up with suicide doors, a Buick nailhead V-8 with six Strombergs and slammed stance, Mike Collman's '31 Ford Model A Coupe
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In a show filled with gems on wheels, THE SHOP contributor James Maxwell had the herculean task of photographing the vehicles that stood out…
The 1936 Ford named the 3-Penny Roadster, winner of America’s Most Beautiful Roadster during the 70th annual Grand National Road
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The 1936 Ford named the 3-Penny Roadster owned by George Poteet of Memphis, Tennessee and built by Pinkee’s Rod Shop in Windsor, Colorado earned the coveted America’s Most Beautiful Roadster...
Classic truck
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But their tastes in vehicles differ from baby boomers and pre-boomers…
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CarBuff Network is like the car show that doesn't have to end...

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