The Studebaker Bellet was almost the future of the company – @Hemmings

I’m curious what you think of the compact sedan pictured here, and I’m especially interested if you’re a longtime Studebaker enthusiast. Why? Because this was almost the future of Studebaker cars worldwide. Presenting the almost 1966 Studebaker Bellet, designed by… Read More ›

Hemmings Muscle Machines marks its 200th issue, so we look back at muscle cars then and now – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings

Counting backward from 200 In the fall of 2003, The Matrix franchise was pulling big numbers at the box office, Nelly and P. Diddy were blowing up the airwaves, gas was around $1.60 per gallon (and falling), and a new specialty car… Read More ›

Trio of Mopar display engines from the Steven Juliano Collection head to auction in Indy – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings

This trio of Mopar display engines, owned by Steven Juliano, head to auction next month in Indianapolis. Photos courtesy Mecum Auctions. Once upon a time, auto shows were important events for manufacturers, giving them a venue to reveal their latest… Read More ›

Air-Cooled Appreciation: A shrine celebrating all things Corvair opens in Illinois – Richard Lentinello @Hemmings

Smack dab in the middle of America’s heartland there’s now a Corvair Museum honoring the existence and history of Chevrolet’s air-cooled mechanical marvel. The unlikely location for a museum devoted to the Corvair is Decatur, Illinois, which is 40 miles… Read More ›

SVRA announces charity pro-am Vintage Race of Champions series for 2019 – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings

In 2014, the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) debuted the Indy Legends Pro-Am race, pairing amateur drivers with Indy Car stars at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. As the event’s popularity grew, pro drivers from NASCAR sports car and endurance racing… Read More ›

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