The mid-Seventies are often decried as the era when the American auto industry really started to lose its way; however, there were still some pretty impressive cars rolling out of the showrooms, as this 1977 Pontiac Formula proves.Read more
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Silver Standard – 1957 Cadillac Sedan De Ville
Retired from the funeral business, this three-owner superlative Cadillac now enjoys European holidays towing a caravan, but looks in better nick than some cars 40 years younger!Read more
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We always want to make being a Classic American reader the best experience it can possibly be – so we need you feedback!Read more
Honourable Artillery Company, London June 28-30th Words: Ben Klemenzson Photography: Ben Klemenzson & London Concours It’s not every day that classic American cars get topRead more
Santa Pod, Northants, August 8-10th Words: Keith Harman, Photography: Keith Harman & AF Photography If there’s a heaven for drag racers, (and we expect thereRead more
Caddy Crowned King!
There was an air of inevitability about it, but ultimately it was Steve Sullivan’s 1958 Cadillac Sedan De Ville which was crowned King at theRead more
Where did classic American cars get their names?
Names like Mustang and Thunderbird are now iconic – but where did they come from?Read more
The Last Years of the Big Yanks and the Swinging Sixties
Geoff Carverhill concludes his look at American cars at the Earls Court Motor Show during the Sixties, with photographs from the Steve Miles Collection and the files of Autocar.Read more
Introducing the Classic American Archive
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“UNKL” Mach 1
Ringbrothers, creator of some of the most innovative and beautiful vehicles in the world, debuted the “UNKL” Mach 1, on the Flowmaster (Holley) stand at 2019’s SEMA Show. We take a closer look away from the bright lights of Vegas…Read more