Tag Archives: International

Big Boys Classics

Big Boys Classics

Big Boys ClassicsWhen you have your eye on a classic car, but the seller is overseas, or you want to offer your classic for sale to an international market, turn to Big Boys Classics. They work with buyers and sellers and have shipped cars to over 20 countries. In addition to finding cars for buyers and finding the best deal for sellers, they also offer financing, third party vehicle inspections, and both U.S. and international shipping.

The Cars of Dallas

The Cars of Dallas

'88 Mercedes- Benz 560SLIn the 1970s and 1980s, no television show was cooler than Dallas. Millions tuned in each week to watch the dirty dealings of J.R. Ewing and his dysfunctional relationships with his brother, wife, and business associates. The show lasted for 14 seasons as audiences watched the lives of these millionaires and their beautiful homes, clothing, and lifestyles. Not only were audiences given the treat of seeing Southfork in each episode, they were also given the treat of seeing attractive cars parked outside of the iconic home. Here are a few:

Long Live the Last Dealership

Long Live the Last Dealership

'66 International ScountIf you have ever wondered what happened to dealerships after automotive brands shuttered, you no longer have to wonder. In many cases, the dealerships either close or adopt a new brand. When Oldsmobile stopped production in 2004, dealerships took on Buicks or GMC instead. You will be hard pressed to find any Oldsmobile dealerships anywhere in the United States and the same goes for Pontiac dealerships, too. Those dealerships expired in October 2010. While General Motors seems to have a stronghold on the status of its shuttered brands, other manufacturers were not so tight fisted.

The Canadian International Auto Show

The Canadian International Auto Show roars into Toronto this weekend and runs through February 27th.  This year’s theme is “Discover, Connect, Experience”.  The organizers of the show would like you to discover the latest in electric hybrids, hydrogen-powered models, and advances in technologies such as navigation systems and enhanced web interaction.  They want you to connect with the vehicles by feeling and interacting with the most advanced automotive creations.  Finally, they want you to experience industry-leading displays, special exhibits, and exclusive, on-site test drive opportunities.

The 2011 Detroit Auto Show Huge Success

The 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan just came to a close, and it was quite a special event as always. What better place for an important yearly automotive showcase than the home of General Motors and the capital of American automotive engineering. Attendance at this year’s show surpassed last year’s already robust count significantly, which goes to show that despite the uncertain state of the economy, astute automotive consumers are still interested in the best the industry has to offer.