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Margaret Dunning told us that her bucket list was complete. The 104-year-old matriarch of the classic car community passed away Sunday doing what she loved best – driving in a classic car rally and raising money for charity. (more…)


We’ve always known that vintage racing was exciting, affordable fun – after all, our founder, Ford Heacock started the SVRA back in the late 80’s. What began as a group of friends just wanting to share some track time has evolved into the largest vintage racing association in the country, and their 2015 schedule visits 18 legendary tracks across the country where the greatest race cars in history still head for the starting grid.  Some people collect art – we race it! (more…)


Post-war America saw a number of attempts by would-be automakers to produce new, and often novel, sports cars. They all failed to become mainstream production cars – Bobbi-Kar, Kurtis, Muntz, and others, but they did not fail tom advance the idea of a fiberglass sports car. To that list must be added B. Robert “Woody” Woodill’s two-seater sports car, the Woodill Wildfire. (more…)


The Fourth Annual Concours of Texas at La Torretta Resort and Spa was a huge success, with a high-quality snowfield, perfect weather, plenty of shade, and a steady commitment to charity.  Heacock Classic was on hand to enjoy the entire weekend. (more…)


Concorso Italiano annually celebrates the contributions that Italian automobiles, wine, fashion, and cuisine have made throughout history, and thankfully, continue to do so today. If you admire fine Italian coachwork as much as we do, join Heacock Classic at the 2015 Concorso Italiano on August 15 for one of the world’s finest displays of automotive craftsmanship and design. (more…)


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