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What Classic Car Owners Should Do to Prepare for a Rainstorm

We’ve all been there—a summer day in the low 90s, crystal blue skies and nothing sounds better than an ice cream cone. So you take your classic car out, maybe roll down the windows or take down the top for that extra boost of the old summer feeling. And then, out of nowhere, a rainstorm rolls in. Now you have …

1930 Model A Coupe

[Video] Autorama 2020: 1930 Model A Coupe Hotrod

Walking around this years’ Detroit 2020 Autorama we spotted this nice little 1930 Model A Coupe. Sporting a 39 Mercury Flathead V8 engine and the original old banjo rear end, this beautifully restored hot rod was not to be missed. We know every hot rod has its own unique story and, Larry, the proud owner of this 1930 Model A …

1971 Volkswagen Beetle

[Video] Autorama 2020: 1971 Volkswagen Beetle

  The 2020 Detroit Autorama had a lot of cars this year. When you talk to the car builders and owners, you understand the true passion behind all of these amazing automobiles. One of the fun and amazing stories we heard this year, begins with a 14-year-old boy and his father working in their garage to rebuild a 1971 Volkswagen …

1964 Mercury Parklane Convertible

[Video] Autorama 2020: 1964 Mercury Parklane Convertible Part 2

Attendees at this year’s 2020 Detroit Autorama were in for a double treat when Randy and Joe brought out their matching 1964 Mercury Parklane Convertibles. Originally engineered for the Walt Disney designed Magic Skyway ride debuting during the infamous 1964 New York World Fair. Joe found this special 25th Anniversary Edition sitting on a lot in Arizona while helping brother-in-law …

1952 Chevy 3100 Pickup Truck

[Video] Autorama 2020: 1952 Chevy 3100 Pickup Truck

  As Classic Auto’s Rick Drewry hit the floors at this year’s Detroit 2020 Autorama, he stopped for a quick chat with the proud owner of this head-turning 1952 Chevy 3100 Pickup. Kenny, the passionate owner, alongside builder, Dennis, has poured over 2,000 hours into this custom designed 1952 Chevy which, has undergone complete restoration down to the frame. This …

towing car

Trailer Your Classic Auto Like a Pro

When you own a classic or collector auto, it’s not a question of if, it’s a question of when. One day a broken part or a remarkably long journey will render your vehicle unsafe (for you and others), and you’ll be forced to trailer it. Trailering a vehicle (especially one as valuable as yours) can be a difficult process, and …

1941 ford sedan delivery

[Video] Autorama 2020: 1941 Ford Sedan Delivery

Classic Auto Insurance set up a booth at the 2020 Autorama for the 3rd time. And if you ever attended an Autorama Car Show, then you know one of the best places to experience the true culture of the event is to head down into the basement of the Cabo Center. The people in the basement truly live the rockabilly …

1930 Buick Marquette

[Video] Autorama 2020: 1930 Buick Marquette

  At the 2020 Detroit Autorama, we were able to catch a rare glimpse of a 1930 Marquette, also known as the “Baby Buick.” This companion car, produced under the aegis of Buick Motor Company, comes with an “L” head 6 cylinder 67.5 horsepower engine. Only in production for one year, the 1930 Marquette is capable of going from 10 …

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How to Sanitize Your Classic Car Without Harming the Interior

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be a while until your next family road trip or visit to an auto show. But that doesn’t mean you won’t be using your vehicle—many of us still are traveling to our essential jobs, picking up groceries, and making trips to the doctor’s office and pharmacy. It’s never been more important to assure …

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