More From the Barrett-Jackson 2024 Palm Beach Docket

In less than two weeks, the Barrett-Jackson 2024 Palm Beach Auction will be pulling folks from all corners of Florida and beyond for the spring’s most anticipated automotive event. As always, there is a diverse selection of cars from around the world, including several owned by some very famous celebrities....

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Pick of the Day: 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454

When General Motors lowered the compression of all its engines in 1971, you would have expected horsepower to fall as well. However, one engine actually featured a higher horsepower rating. That engine, the LS5 454, powers our Pick of the Day, a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 Sport Coupe. It...

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Pick of the Day: Lincoln Continental Mark III

High-end personal luxury cars were not a thing until Cadillac got into the game with the 1967 Eldorado. Of course, what A does, so does B, which meant Lincoln saw an opportunity to produce a competitor – enter the Mark III. This 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III is our Pick...

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Diego’s AutoHunter Picks

This week’s AutoHunter Picks will make a Mopar or Ford guy/gal shed a tear because every vehicle here is from General Motors. Does that mean I lean towards GM? Not really – if there was a Brand X listed on AutoHunter that got my pulse moving, then it would be...

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Car Memes: Drive the Bid Podcast

Today on AutoHunter’s Drive the Bid Podcast, Luke Lamendola guests once again, but this time the Social Media/On-Camera Host for the Collector Car Network joins Derek Shiekhi and me together for the first time. The main topic? Car memes! Most of the ones we see in social media leave a...

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The High-Performance Exceptions for 1971

For the 1972 model year, the federal government of the United States of America mandated for all cars sold in the home market to lower the compression of engines to reduce NOx, a major contributor of smog and acid rain. Additionally, these revamped engines were to be capable of using...

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Pick of the Day: 1971 Buick GS

Out of all the mid-size performance models coming out of General Motors in the 1960s, only one offered a small-block for most of its existence. The availability of such gave the model a larger berth in the market when more folks were gravitating to perennial favorites. That car, the Buick...

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Pick of the Day: 1971 Ford Torino 500

Imagine it’s 1971: high-performance cars are a bad word, with General Motors starting to lower compression a year earlier than the government mandate. There were creative ways to build a performance car without attracting much attention from your insurance agent or minister, with our Pick of the Day possibly being...

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Automotive Lies and Urban Legends: Drive the Bid Podcast

Ever have a friend who tells you an automotive tale that just doesn’t jibe with reality? Or do you keep on stumbling upon bad click-bait online articles from Eastern European car websites with bad information? Maybe there’s that casual meme on Facebook that is patently false, yet brand patriots don’t...

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Pick of the Day: 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

Every American dreams about a Corvette, right? Alas, many vintage Corvettes are priced out of reach from the average enthusiast … or are they? Our Pick of the Day is a 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe that features big-block power that won’t break your bank account. It’s listed for sale on...

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