Mecum Auctions People buy classic cars for lots of reasons, but in recent years they have been increasing in value, it is a way to invest and be part of history. Mecum holds monthly auctions around our United States and they are currently helping the owner find new homes for some classic cars for
Alfa had it last, Fiat wants it back The Fiat 124 originally born in 1966, 170k of these cars were made by the time they abrubtly halted production in 1980. But for 2016, there is a brand new one. First things first, because everyone has said it… Fiata? Yes it looks very much like a …
It’s not often that a major automaker gets to reintroduce itself to the American market, but that’s what’s been happening with Alfa Romeo. New Alfas have been absent from our roads for the last 20 years, but now the brand is back as part of the Fiat/Chrysler merger. The new Alfa Romeo is more
The 5 Funnest Cars To Drive We always like to keep you up to date with the latest news and information, but we also like to have a little fun once in a while. This was by far the hardest list that I’ve ever had to make in any given year. I drove up to …
2015 Detroit Auto Show The Detroit Auto Show is where it all happens. Auto manufactures show off their newest cars and concepts of what we might see in the future. Buick showed off a stylish concept called the Avenir. This flagship sedan exploring progressive design with new levels of passenger
JD Powers and Associates, the research company released their latest finding as to which car brands have the most appeal to Americans, Europeans and Japanese cars. These three topped the list and the American cars took home some awards. Our in house auto expert Nik Miles looks at who won what!
in January of this year Chrysler and Fiat made their marriage official, and just like many married couples they changed their name to reflect the new union. The new company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles now has 6 brands under one umbrella, Fiat, Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep and Alfa Romeo. Our in
In 1995 Alfa Romeo up and left the U.S. claiming poor sales. Much to our surprise at this years New York Auto Show Alfa Romeo had a stand, Where they announced they would be returning to America. Spearheading Alfa Romeo’s return to the U.S. is the 4C. An Italian super-car. The car will go on