A car that was born in the depression and restored in the recent recession, the Delage D8S certainly gives a new meaning to the phrase elegance. Nigel Matthews and Philip Powell go in-depth with this year’s Pebble Beach winner.
The much anticipated Fall Freeze is, regrettably, frozen for 2010. While the Classic Car Adventure’s offices have been a-buzz with planning, route ideas and excitement…it’s just not feasible for the 2010 season. Why, you might ask? Well, unfortunately Dave Hord is undergoing the surgeon’s knife about 4 months sooner then expected. “It’s true,” says Dave, […]
Another new must-try event has been announced for the 2010 season. Inspired by the Spring Thaw, Jellybean Autocrafters will be hosting their Fall Colors tour October 1st-3rd.
We’re itching to meet up with our Classic Car friends again, and thought a morning drive would fit the bill nicely. We’re keeping it casual and fun, and thought we’d add a twist to help give you some inspiration this summer.
As an organizer of the Spring Thaw, the days of planning, preparing, and participating merge together into one blur and my experience becomes very different from a participant’s. There are moments over the three days, however, that make me realize why I love classic cars and why its important for people to get out and drive them.
Another Spring Thaw is in the books, wrapping up with a romp over the Duffy Lake road to Squamish. A few snow flakes couldn’t dampen the spirits of the drivers, as the scenery and winding road stretched out ahead. Andrew Snucins braved the cold high-altitude temperatures for several hours to catch some more great photos.
Day 2 of the 2010 Spring Thaw is now in the bag, with participants driving through some of the most scenic parts of Okanagan wine country from Osoyoos to Sun Peaks Ski Resort. Photographer, Andrew Snucins, was there to catch the action…