Category : Car photography

06 Aug 2018

Classic Cars: New Generation

A “classic” car is considered any car that’s 25 years or older. This means the cars from the 70’s and 80’s are reaching classic status. What makes these cars worthy of the title? It’s a combination of nostalgia, sex appeal, impracticality, and finally amenities that are just modern enough. It’s time to introduce a new generation of classic cars. Mercedes-Benz SL (1972-1989) This is considered the ideal vintage car. You’ll experience a feeling of freedom, and the car just feels […]

05 Jul 2018

Camaro Family: New in 2019

The word refreshing comes to mind when I hear people discussing the Camaro Family of cars. Chevrolet is bringing updates to the 2019 Camaro’s technology, styling and performance.  Chevy is producing a new variation of the Camaro, the Turbo 1LE.  There’s more dexterity due to the larger tires and upgrades made to the suspension. However Chevy has more than the 1LE coming up in 2019. There’s a few new surprises for Camaro Enthusiasts. The Details The 2019 Camaro will continue […]

21 Jun 2018

Ford’s Car Lineup Going Extinct

Ford is one the most popular vehicle maker. The Mustang is the most wanted vehicle in production. However many vehicles in the Ford car lineup aren’t doing nearly as well. So Ford is planning to remove many of them from production. Decreasing Car Lineup Ford is removing most of their car lineup. They’re removing the Fiesta ST and and the Focus RS. Ford announced that they plan to focus on SUV’s and Trucks and remove the majority of cars throughout […]

07 Jun 2018

Why Do We Love Classic Cars?

We consider classic cars a classic for many reasons. People love them because they provide enjoyment, and have value. Some are works of art. Classic cars provide memories and something that continues for generations. What’s To Love There’s a combination of features that create passion for the classics. Design is the first one that comes to mind. Classic car designs began with a pencil and paper. Designers created elegant shapes, unique curves and flowing lines. This isn’t possible with computer […]

31 May 2018

National Corvette Museum Expansion

NCM Plans For Expansion Thirteen board members from the National Corvette Museum shared their plans for expansion. So Wendall Rode, the Executive Director, begins discussing building an addition providing more space for offices and exhibits. However the planning process, led by Manager Bob Hellmann, alone will last at least one year. They estimate the blueprints being ready and shown to the member next year. The same construction team that built the previous addition is handling this expansion as well. They […]

17 May 2018

Past, Present Future: Corvette

Think about what you love about yours as you read our conclusion to the past, present and future of the Chevrolet Corvette. 2005-2007 In 2005 Corvette created a lighter and shorter package with a longer wheelbase bringing about the C6 line. It’s also the first Corvette with headlights since 1962. It has a nicer interior, seats compared to past Corvettes. Finally it includes a powered top. A redesigned Z06 returns after taking a year off accompanied by an aluminum frame, […]

08 May 2018

Unique Classics

Everyone has an opinion on what makes cars unique classics. Some may think it’s the engine or the lines of the car. However others may think it’s the way the car handles, or the interior of the car. There isn’t a right or wrong answer. There’s only opinion. Here’s some unique classics that maybe you haven’t thought of. 1975 AMC Pacer X Levi’s Edition This one began as car intended for mass production. However they made mistake in the design […]

03 May 2018

Chevy Corvette: Past, Present, Future

1965-1976 Finally Chevy’s big block V-8 arrives in the form of 396-cubic-inch “L78” engine. Fuel injection disappears and four wheel disc brakes are the new standard. This 1968 Corvette is meant to resemble the Mako Shark II show car of 1965, offering a 435-hp, 427-cubic-inch engine. This third generation of Corvette begins a 14 year run on a carry-over chassis. In 1969 the 250,000th Corvette rolls of the line on November 19th. It’s gold with the option for a Z1 […]

19 Apr 2018

Chevrolet Corvette: Past, Present, Future

Corvette: The Beginning The Chief Designer at GM, Harley Earl, drives the LaSabre concept car to Watkins Glen. This is where he discovered and  fell in love the Jaguar XK120. So his ideas began to take shape in 1951. The Chevrolet Corvette would soon become a reality. 1953-1955 On January 17th, 1953 Chevrolet unveils the Corvette dream car at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. This was the kickoff for GM’s Motorama that year. This car shows’ title came […]

22 Mar 2018
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Muscle Cars and Classics

Rising Popularity There are more muscle cars and classics becoming more popular as time goes by. We shared some with you last week and there’s more to share. Who doesn’t enjoy a little car talk. Plymouth Satellite (1965-1970) This classic is popular among the auctions and there’s been a 24% increase in interest. The Plymouth B-body led to the manufacture of the GTX and Roadrunner. Average sale prices are up by 43% with an 83% percent sell-through rate. These model […]