Vintage/ Classic Car Websites?
June 29, 2016 8:12 AM   Subscribe

I am looking for recommendations for websites/ blogs that feature photo-heavy articles on classic and vintage automobiles. I already follow Petrolicious. I wouldn't mind something that skews a little more American muscle from the 80's and prior, but any and all recommendations from any genre are welcome.
posted by Think_Long to Travel & Transportation (7 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
Best answer: Have you plowed through the archive at Ate Up With Motor? The effort that guy puts into every article is impressive. The photos are usually there more to illustrate a point than just look pretty, so they mostly aren't professional quality, but there are probably as many as you would have gotten with a magazine feature back in the day when printed car magazines were better than the internet.
posted by mattamatic at 8:38 AM on June 29, 2016

Best answer: You might like Bring A Trailer. It covers cars for sale, but dang there's a lot of nice pics of muscle cars.
posted by readery at 8:42 AM on June 29, 2016 [2 favorites]

Best answer: You might check out dark roasted blend...while it mostly consists of photosets of general esoterica, there is plenty there for the autophile, including: concept cars of previous decades, kiddie cars, and high-end high-design cars from places you've never heard of that make a bugatti look like a toyota celica. Enjoy.
posted by sexyrobot at 8:46 AM on June 29, 2016

Best answer: Speedhunters does photography-heavy features on all types of cars, though tends to lean more modern and Japanese Domestic Market.

Hooniverse is where a lot of the original Jalopnik commentariat fled to.

Old Parked Cars and Curbside Classic are in the vein of Murilee Martin's found-cars-photographed style.
posted by cyclopticgaze at 9:10 AM on June 29, 2016

Best answer: It is more truck oriented but Daily Diesel Dose has lots of pictures and videos and very little annoying commentary.
posted by leaper at 9:23 AM on June 29, 2016

Best answer: You could try Hemmnings Classic Car.
posted by sardonyx at 10:48 AM on June 29, 2016 [1 favorite]

Best answer: Came to say Hemming's, but how about some Flipboard action? Follow a few magazines there.
posted by fixedgear at 11:19 AM on June 29, 2016

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