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.

1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn Drophead Coupe

In the late 1930s, Rolls-Royce implemented a rationalization policy aimed at enhancing efficiency, leading to significant changes in manufacturing processes and product offerings. One key aspect was the adoption of…

1960 Dodge Dart Phoenix Convertible

In the competitive landscape of the 1960s automotive market, Dodge made a strategic move with the introduction of the 1960 Dodge Dart. Positioned to challenge industry norms, the Dart lineup…

1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

In the narrative of automotive history, the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider emerges as a pivotal chapter, blending the visionary insight of Max Hoffman with Pininfarina’s design brilliance. Born to rival…

1927 Bugatti Type 40 ‘Grand Sport’ Roadster

Ettore Bugatti’s journey into automotive history began with the Type 13, marking the inception of Molsheim-built Bugattis in 1910. Evolving from the Type 13, the iconic Brescia models, specifically the…

1936 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante

The Bugatti Type 57, especially the Atalante coupe designed by Jean Bugatti, marked a transformative era for Bugatti in 1934. Jean’s visionary design and the incorporation of a groundbreaking inline…

1954 Kaiser-Darrin Roadster

The Kaiser-Darrin, a pioneer in American sports cars, stands out as the first fiberglass sports vehicle produced in the U.S. Its iconic 1950s design, crafted by Howard “Dutch” Darrin, showcased…

1923 Duesenberg Model A Tourer

The Duesenberg Model A, a groundbreaking transition from racing cars to road-worthy automobiles, showcased the company’s commitment to innovation and excellence. With its remarkably low chassis, groundbreaking four-wheel hydraulic brakes,…

1914 Rolls-Royce 40/50hp Silver Ghost Salamanca

The Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, hailed as ‘The Best Car in the World,’ embodies automotive perfection and timeless luxury. With a focus on the 40/50hp model, Rolls-Royce committed to unparalleled excellence,…

1931 Bentley 8-Litre Le Mans-Style Tourer

The Bentley 8-Litre, an epitome of automotive opulence, signifies W.O. Bentley’s commitment to luxury and performance. In the face of financial challenges in 1931, Bentley’s legacy endured, with the 8-Litre…