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Posted on: 8/25/2014 by Matt Robertson
To many people, the words antique, classic, and vintage all mean the same thing: old! But when it comes to classic cars, there are actually slight but key differences between these three terms. Before you begin collecting cars, it's important that you learn which cars are antiques, which are classics, and which are vintage especially in regards to how state laws affect each class.  Read More
Posted on: 9/6/2013 by Matt Robertson
Many people like to restore and preserve classic cars. These cars are more than just methods of transportation; they have become an integral part of our history. Classic cars can give us a sneak peek into the industrial revolution, World War II manufacturing, and popular culture. If you're interested in preserving your own cars (be sure to have vintage car insurance) or want to make a donation to those who do , here are some events and resources that will help.  Read More
Posted on: 8/22/2013 by Matt Robertson
I came across another cinematic masterpiece shot on my cell phone at this year's Carmel Concours on the Avenue. This was the arrival of one of the SCCA race car contingents which the California Highway Patrol escorted over via Highway 68 and then city streets from nearby Laguna Seca Raceway.  Read More
Posted on: 8/20/2013 by Matt Robertson
Recently, Concours Week came and went for the Monterey Bay Area. Premiere events such as the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance never fail to grab the media spotlight, but the entire week is chock-full of a variety of events in the Monterey Bay area - all devoted to the love of things unique and automotive. I have to admit that, despite being a resident of the area, there is an event that has stayed completely off my radar... until now.   Read More