Back to School – For one college, automotive restoration is serious business

Good news! There is such a thing as a bachelor’s degree in automotive restoration technology and a small, liberal arts college in Kansas is the sole four-year accredited institution to offer it. With a35-year history, a celebrity endorsement and a program unlike any other in the world, the Automotive Restoration Program at McPherson College has garnered a great deal of attention.

A Day at the Museum – Visit ‘America’s oldest car collection’

The Larz Anderson Auto Museum, Brookline, Massachusetts is home to “America’s oldest car collection,” and for more than 75 years has been supporting the collector car community through a variety of educational programs, exhibits, and lectures. According to the museum, their primary goal is the continued support of the surrounding community through educational outreach and the preservation of their permanent collection of early automobiles.

Model Perspective – The Lamborghini Aventador

The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 will be delivered to customers late this summer, and it appears the raging bull has further embraced the latest performance technologies. The car’s cutting-edge, carbon-fiber monocoque, when coupled with the aluminum frames, weighs only about 506 pounds.

The Vintage Corner – You don’t need fancy to be fulfilled

Porsche 356

Admit it. You’ve enjoyed an extraordinary, five-star dinner and thought, That was the best meal ever! The chef must be a genius, a food god! How will my palette ever be that satiated again? Then, hours later, you find yourself reaching into your freezer, eating a frozen Oreo, and the exact same feeling comes over the exact same palette.

The Crescent Classic – A gem of a rally 9/7

The well-loved Crescent Classic will return to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, September 7-11, 2011. Participants will enjoy the rally’s roads, its historic 1886 Crescent host hotel, and exceptional cars, as well as an expanded five-day itinerary…