575 articles published since November 17, 2020
About Dave Goldberg
Dave Goldberg is a lifelong auto enthusiast and holds a BA in Journalism from The George Washington University. While he leans towards European wheels for his personal driving, Dave gets excited about everything from Acura to Zagato.
Ben Hardy explores a 2020 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 Heritage Edition that commemorates the early days of the Ford and Shelby partnership.
Dennis Collins treks to Montana to rescue a once-hidden Shelby Mustang and also scores a “holy grail” 1982 Jeep CJ-5 Laredo in the process.
Evan Smith highlights an immaculate Candy Apple Red Mustang coupe that’s part of a raffle giveaway, along with a 2023 Ford F-150
Lou Costabile explores a clean 1961 Buick LeSabre that showcases elegant Buick styling and is a throwback from the non-SUV era.
Steve Magnante explains the ins and outs of the 1965 Chevy Chevelle Malibu and why the engine bay holds something for everyone.
Dennis Collins’ appreciation for the Jeep CJ-7 shines as he uncovers two remarkable 1970s Golden Eagle examples that will make collectors drool.
Invoking the legendary Cobra Jet name, Ford’s newest one-off Mustang EV hopes to beat an 8-second quarter-mile record.
Hagerty and Henry Catchpole check out an ultra-rare Porsche 959 prototype that paved the way for the world’s fastest car in 1987.
“La Tortuga” is an extraordinary Porsche rally car with the look of an original 911. It’s still going strong after almost 350,000 miles.
The historical links to this unique Hudson Terraplane convertible make for a compelling video. One mile on the odometer is also hard to believe.
Dennis’ latest classic car involves putting a Mustang Mach 1 puzzle back together. He also buys a 1990 Jeep Wrangler in better shape.
YouTube channel Number 27 explores how Saab brought the 9000 Aero to life while explaining how the sleek sedan actually outperformed many supercars.
Stellantis Reveals The All-Electric 2025 RAM 1500 REV Pickup With A 500-mile Range, Crushing Ford and GM
RAM's first EV promises impressive range and towing performance, giving the folks in Ford and GM something to worry about.
Discovering Colin Chapman’s Rare Lotus Eleven And Other Classics Is A Surprise For Hagerty's Tom Cotter
Tom Cotter finds a rare Lotus Eleven once piloted by Colin Chapman and other unique classics in the Maine town he calls home.
Steve Magnante checks out a first-year Plymouth Barracuda, the gussied-up economy car that started the pony revolution before the Ford Mustang.
Dennis Collins scores an epic Ferrari that’s been sitting for 40 years. Plus, he nabs another Italian classic, a 1960 Maserati 3500 GT.
Steve Magnante explains that the first-generation Chevrolet Monte Carlo owes its extra-long profile to John DeLorean's take on European cars.
While both are small block V8s, the El Camino’s 307 and Camaro Z28’s 302 had little in common besides the number of cylinders.
Dennis gives a rapid-fire look at the massive number of restoration-ready vintage vehicles he hopes to sell at auction.
This one-owner 1999 Jaguar XK8 appears to be a remarkable auction find, but Doug DeMuro skips a must-have conversation about this British automaker.