Jack Harrison

Hey fellow gearheads! I'm Jack Harrison, your go-to guy for all things classic cars. Born and bred in the heart of Detroit, my love affair with automobiles started early. By day, I'm a freelance auto journalist, crafting tales about the elegance and power of timeless classics. By night, you'll find me in the garage, turning wrenches and restoring vintage beauties.

1913 Simplex Model 38 Toy Tonneau

Produced by the Simplex Automobile Company of New York City, the Simplex was a pinnacle of early 20th-century luxury and engineering excellence. Renowned for their high cost, exceptional power, and…

1955 Ghia Gilda Concept Coupe

The 1955 Ghia Gilda Coupe Concept exemplifies mid-20th-century automotive innovation and futuristic design. Commissioned by Chrysler’s Virgil Exner and crafted by Giovanni Savonuzzi of Cisitalia fame, it debuted at the…

1955 Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback

The Bentley R-Type Continental, introduced in the early 1950s, is celebrated as a pinnacle of luxury and grand touring prowess. Noted for its distinction as the world’s fastest four-seater car…

1903 Oldsmobile Pirate Race Car

The Olds Pirate, a pioneering vehicle in early 20th-century automotive racing, made history with the first timed run during Florida’s inaugural speed trials on Ormond Beach in April 1902. This…

1911 Ford Model T Tourer

The 1911 Ford Model T holds a special place in automotive history, especially those built in Canada at the Walkerville, Ontario plant. Produced in a total of 3,583 units in…

1929 Pierce-Arrow Model 125 Rumble Seat Coupe

The Pierce-Arrow automobile, renowned for its uncompromising quality and prestigious reputation, played a significant role in automotive history from 1901 until ceasing production in 1938. Known for producing luxurious and…

1961 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible

The 1961 Chrysler New Yorker convertible, finished in Mardi Gras Red, embodies the bold design ethos of the early 1960s. As Chrysler’s flagship model, it showcases Virgil Exner’s ‘Forward Look’…

1977 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Coupe

The 1977 Camaro driven by Bobby Allison in the IROC VII race at Atlanta Motor Speedway holds a significant place in racing history. Built specifically for the International Race of…

1931 Invicta Model S Tourer

The Invicta Sports Tourer is a rare gem in the automotive world, with only 26 examples featuring coachwork by Carbodies known to exist today. This vehicle exemplifies the craftsmanship and…

1974 AMC Javelin FastBack Coupe (V-8)

American Motors Corporation (AMC), a key player in the American automotive industry, was established in 1954 through the merger of Nash Motors and Hudson Motor Car Company. Despite its impact…