The one and only Cobra III later known as the Lone Star will be displayed at a concours for the first time at Amelia Island this year (2018)
Some more background on the car can be found on The Cobra-Ferrari Wars website
I recently watched an episode of Tom Cotter’s “The Barn Find Hunter” where he found an unbelievable haul of cars, one of which was a rare Cobra.
You can watch the video from the show below.
Kurt Ernst at Hemmings has done an article on the same find which you can read here
Raceway Park also known as Englishtown has become the latest famous drag strip to close it’s doors.
Read Kurt Ernst’s article here
As you can see by the amount of comments on the article you can see it’s being taken as badly as you would expect
The Bullitt hero car alongside the 2019 Bullitt Mustang at the 2018 North American International Auto Show.
Pricing has yet to be announced, but expect the limited-production Bullitt model to command a premium over the $43,990 base price of a 2018 Mustang GT Premium with the Performance Package. Ford is expecting deliveries to begin in the summer of 2018.
Read the article here at Hemmings
For some great pictures of the original Bullitt Mustang here on Jalopnik
Some more Bullitt stuff from a previous article
The passing of Dan Gurney is very sad news, one of the greats
2018 car hobby predictions from Kurt Ernst at Hemmings, the article begins with a recap of the 2017 predictions, scarily accurate!
Here’s the 2018 headlines:
1/Electric cars—including classic cars with electrified drivetrains—will become more commonplace.
2/Expect to see more museums close and more collections head to auction.
3/Long-ignored cars will gain in appeal among a new generation of collectors.
4/After five-plus decades of speculation, the mid-engine Corvette will become a reality in 2018, but we’re betting this will be a separate model and not a replacement for the C7
5/Motorcycles will continue to climb in value at auctions, even as ridership decreases.
Images courtesy Rob Ida unless otherwise noted.
Before there was a Tucker 48, there was a Tucker Torpedo. The boldly styled coupe, shaped by designer George Lawson, never progressed beyond a quarter-scale model, but that hasn’t stopped Rob Ida, his father Bob, and Sean Tucker, great-grandson of Preston Tucker, from building a full-size version. Read Kurt Ernst’s article here
The car has been authenticated by Kevin Marti
This years AMBR is the beautiful Mullholland Speedster
Read Kurt Ernst’s article and see more photos here