Detroit

Detroit’s Greatest Barn Find: 1932 Ford Drag Car From The ’50s Reappears –

When the first legal drag race in the Detroit area took place in Livonia in 1953, the Michigan Hot Rod Association began making plans for the construction of a drag strip. MHRA was started as a partnership of local hot… Read More ›

How One Man Turned The Busiest International Border Crossing In North America Into The Centerpiece Of His Empire – Erin Marquis @Jalopnik

Manuel “Matty” Moroun died on Monday at 93 years old. That name might not mean much to you if you’re not from metro Detroit or Windsor, Canada, but around these parts, he was known mainly as the billionaire who owned,… Read More ›

A Conversation with a Reverend Doctor and Car Collector – Tom Cotter Motor City Barn Finds: Detroit’s Lost Collector Cars

By definition, a barn find is a car-guy’s car that’s fallen off the radar of other car guys. They’re vehicles that were stashed away in and on properties that haven’t changed ownership in decades. Of course, Detroit, AKA The Motor… Read More ›

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