Wednesday, April 27, 2011


Six-Day Event Boasts Variety of Classics, Motorcycles, Memorabilia

MARENGO, Ill. – More than 2,000 collector cars, motorcycles and thousands of neon signs and memorabilia will be featured at Dana Mecum’s flagship event – the 24th Original Spring Classic Auction, May 17-22, 2011, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, Ind.

    As the world’s largest collector car auction, Mecum’s Original Spring Classic has grown into a six-day event featuring every genre of collector car.  Among the main attractions, Mecum will offer the Shelby Cobra CSX2096, an early 289 Roadster that’s coming out of long-term ownership and has been dubbed “The Shelby Demonstrator.”
Also crossing the block will be a significant collection of Ram Air IV GTOs from the Zeb Morris Estate, offered at no reserve, and the ultimate collection of Nickey Chevys ever offered to the public headlined by the 1967 Nickey/Bill Thomas 427 Super Camaro.

The list of desirable vehicles grows daily as Mecum continues to take new consignments, so visit  HYPERLINK "" for complete auction details or to consign your car today.
Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic Auction, which is open to the general public, will broadcast nationally on “Mecum Auto Auction: Muscle Cars & More”

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Concours d'Elegance is moving to Plymouth

This year, the Concours d'Elegance of America, Sunday, July 31, 2011, will move from its longtime home at Meadow Brook Hall to the stately grounds of The Inn at St. John's in Plymouth, Michigan. As always, the Concours will showcase nearly 200 of the most magnificent classic and vintage automobiles in the world.
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Ed Noble has been a car enthusiast his entire life. From the 1950s' on Woodward Avenue to writing automotive reviews for The Oakland Press Wheels page, car cruising is a summertime event he looks forward to each year. Ed will write new vehicle reviews for The Oakland Press and also provide some cruise news and other related information.

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