20 Top Classic Car Information Blogs
Naturally we at Wilson Auto Repair feel that the blog you are currently reading deserves the number one spot for best classic car blog of all time, but we might be biased. We must be doing something right because Google has given us top rankings as a classic car restoration blog.
All egos aside we know that there are plenty of other quality blogs and information websites that are all about classic cars and trucks. Here is our list of the top 20 blogs and information websites dedicated to spreading knowledge and news on the world of collector cars and trucks.
Whatever your passion might be timesunion.com probably has you covered with the latest news and information. They cover everything from the entertainment world to business to sports, but they also have a ton of in depth articles and interviews relating to the world of classic cars.
This is a pretty simple website and we might not agree with the choice to use yellow as the main color of the site, but the content speaks for itself. You will find yourself captivated with their articles and will easily be able to overlook their lemon look. Maybe it’s us, but we don’t like to associate a “lemon” with our classic cars.
In addition to articles and blogs you can also listen to some great podcasts that relate to everything automotive. They cover topics on classic cars and trucks, but also have a lot of insight on the auto industry of today as well.
This site explores classic vehicles from the 1950s through today. It is their belief that a car doesn’t necessarily need to be old to be admired for its design, historical significance and to be considered a collectable. Their mission is to share the enjoyment of automotive history while we looking to the future.
Besides having great articles on classic cars, this site also give great insight into the happenings of classic car clubs across the USA. They have the latest information on events, auctions and museum collections.
This is a straight forward blog that is dedicated to all things classic cars. The blog is easy to navigate and the articles are very well written. Isaiah Cox is a classic car enthusiast from Oregon who has a unique take on the world of collector cars and covers all things classic and vintage, from racing to road signs.
For more than 25 years, Steve Linden has been serving the needs of classic car collectors, enthusiasts and investors. Steve Linden is a recognized expert in antique, classic and collectible vehicles. There is a lot of knowledge that can be gained from Steve and his blog is full of great question and answer type articles.
This website is packed with information and is a favorite amongst classic car enthusiasts everywhere. Events, auctions, shows, museum news, restoration tips and just about any other resource you could ever need is covered in Old Cars Weekly.
If you are interested in classic cars from across the pond, then you might want to bookmark this blog or follow them on Facebook to stay up to date on the classic car scene in Europe. From Ferrari to Jaguar, this blog has all the stories you are looking for.
This is a straight forward classic car blog that has something for every enthusiast. Whether you are a Ford guy or dedicated to Dodge, there are articles just for you. With a clever and humorous writing style you will enjoy reading and listening to their writer’s point of view.
Take a peek behind closed doors and see for yourself what the infamous car collector is up to these days. Jay shares his stories, pictures and videos of his own collection and the collections of other enthusiasts that Jay associates with.
Another great resource from our cousins across the seas is exchangeandmart.com. They cover everything from the old to the new. If it has tires, a motor and requires a driver then you are likely to find an article about it. Cars, motorcycles, motor-homes, you name it… They do however have a specific area of their blog dedicated to classic cars of European decent.
This is the blog to read if you want to dive into the details of a specific make or model. While there are articles that focus on restoration tips or upcoming events, the meat of their blog are articles that focus on the individual cars themselves.
Anyone that is a car enthusiast is probably familiar with Motor Trend, but what might not know is that they offer the latest classic car road tests and reviews. They also discuss auctions, concours, events and other classic car reports.
Quite possibly the coolest classic car domain name on the entire Internet is Petrolicious.com. This website and blog delivers some of the best written articles pertaining to classic cars and other specialty collectable vehicles from around the world. When it comes to a worldly perspective, we consider this website to be number one.
Jalopnik is another epic internet domain name and comes to us from contributors around the globe. Beyond the fantastic articles and videos for classic cars, they also deliver the latest news and stories on all things automotive. It is easily one of the best written blogs available to enthusiasts today.
It is unlikely that you are a classic car enthusiast and are not familiar with ClassicCars.com. It is the go to place on the internet to look for classic cars to purchase. They also give us all some incredible articles and eye candy on classic cars and trucks of yesteryear. Don’t let the name fool you though, they also cover stories on the latest vehicle releases and concept cars that just might become classics someday themselves.
This blog is the epicenter of classic car eye candy. There is just page after page of classic cars and trucks in their glory. There is almost an endless supply of images and articles on hot rods, muscle cars, rat rods, antiques, vintage vehicles and barn finds. You can even submit your own car to this blog for the world to see if it makes the cut.
Considered by many to be the world’s leading source of classic car news, Hemmings Motor News has been delivering collector car news through its publications since 1954. To reach the next generation of collector car enthusiasts, Hemmings Motor News also created the Hemmings Blog, an informal, electronic magazine of sorts, as well as the Hemmings Daily, a free e-mail newsletter that covers the latest news in the collector car hobby.
It was a tough call on our part not to give Hemmings the top spot. In many respects it is an easy tie between them and Hagerty. It really boiled down to the user experience and design of their website the edged Hagerty into first place. For years Hagerty has been the global leader in collector car insurance. Their in depth knowledge of vehicles and automotive history is incredible and it shows in the range of seemingly endless articles, videos and information you can find on their blog.
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