With support from Car Street Journal and NICOclub.com, ClassicCars.com took over High Street in Phoenix to stage the inaugural Future Classics Car Show Monday evening.
All 100 spaces along the street through the upscale shopping district were filled with cars dating from the 1975 through 2005 model years.
And the audience was as diverse by age as the vehicles were from a variety of sources, with Asian, European and domestic brands well represented. Those attending the show were able to enjoy more than the vehicles as the shops and restaurants lining High Street extended hours and many provided discounts during the event.
“We are overwhelmed by the response to ClassicCars.com first Future Classics Car Show” said Roger Falcione, CEO and president of ClassicCars.com. “It is a true example of how the collector car hobby is alive and well with the next generation. The enthusiasm from the 100 plus car owners and the huge crowd
High Heels and Horsepower: Maserati Going in for the Kill
By Nicole Ellan James
After that chilling Superbowl commercial earlier this year, I have been obsessed with all things Maserati. Sure I enjoyed them before, but with all their recent changes… Things are looking very good for Maserati and I have a new found love for them.
Driving sports cars my entire life, I am ready for a four-door as I envision getting older and slowing down just a little bit. Or at least being able to car pool more often and comfortably. But lets be real, what single car enthusiast and sports car fanatic would trad in their baby for four-doors-of-lame? None. And while I don’t plan on trading in Marilyn any time soon, Maserati becomes more and more appealing every day. With the shift they have made from being a sports car company to a manufacturer of high-end family transportation demand for these gorgeous Italian cars is increasing.