If you’re like most collector car enthusiasts, you simply can’t get enough.
That means when you’re not working on your vehicle or taking it for a scenic spin, you’re seeking out collector car content to peruse on the web. But with so much to wade through, finding top quality content can feel a bit overwhelming.
That’s why we decided to make it easy for you! We’ve put together a list of the best content out here, from classic cars in the spotlight to the latest in automotive technology.
Read on to discover our curated list of must-read classic car content for enthusiasts.
Car and Driver
Want to be first to know what’s coming next down the assembly line? Looking to buy a car and want to read reviews and test results? Wondering how the new Audi compares to the new Mazda? Visit Car and Driver to find all this and more.
You’ll find the latest news from the automotive world, with industry insights, reviews, tests, comparisons, and historical archives to help make your buying choices easier and more informed. If you want to know about the quickest cars, the year’s best vehicles, the latest tech… it’s all here under one (virtual) roof.
The Classic Cars Journal
For all things classic cars (and we mean all things) bookmark The Classic Cars Journal. This online magazine serves as the online “newspaper” of choice for more than half a million class car aficionados each day. Here, you’ll find thorough reporting, analysis, and opinion writing from experts across the industry and beyond.
From auctions to car shows, museums to racing, The Classic Cars Journal offers a comprehensive, up to the minute look into the transportation world. Popular features include the journal’s Automotive Year in Review series, the Pick of the Day (featuring real vehicles from across the world, market trends and analysis, upcoming events, and “Garage,” featuring the latest in product reviews and restorations.
If you’re into collector cars, you’ve already heard of Hemmings, otherwise known as the publisher of the classic car bible Hemmings Motor News, the muscle car bible a.k.a.. Muscle Machines, and the definitive American collector car magazine, Classic Car. On the Hemmings website, you can take an even deeper dive into the work of classic cars.
Browse Hemmings’ massive collection of stories, articles, and videos, all designed for the classic car enthusiast. You can also buy and sell cars and part through the site, browse auction offerings, and shop for cool car memorabilia. We especially love the “Car Spotting” feature, in which readers can try their hand at identifying classic cars in historical photos from across the States, Canada, the UK, South Africa, and more.
If you’ve ever visited the land down under, you may already know what a “hoon” is. For those not in the know, “hoon” is slang for a reckless or bad driver… but in the U.S., the term has simply come to mean someone who really (really) loves to drive. When you visit the Hooniverse, you’ll enter a world that revolves completely around the joy of driving.
But it’s not just driving per se… here you’ll find content geared specifically toward, well, gear heads. Hooniverse tailors its content for those who treasure the rare and the unique. Don’t look to the Hooniverse for daily news on the auto industry, Instead, with a focus on the stories behind the machines, this website provides the perfect online home for those obsessed with vehicles of all kinds, but especially the old, rare, odd, unique, and amazing ones.
Head to Jalopnik.com for content that ranges across the automotive spectrum, all with a bit of humour thrown in to keep you entertained. From car reviews to technological advances, vintage cars to opinion pieces, you’ll find the latest in vehicle news and opinion on this quirky website.
Looking for road tests, reviews, and first drives? Check. New and used car buying guides? Jalopnik’s got them. How about breaking industry news? You’ll find that here, too. You may also enjoy the popular “Nice Price” feature, in which readers weigh on potential (real life) car purchases.