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Firebird Final Event Spectacular: The East Valley’s long-time speedway goes out of business in style with one final race event featuring monster trucks, funny cars, jet dragsters and Robosaurus — a fire breathing, car-eating T-rex. There will also be a kids zone with inflatables and interactive games.
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Where can you check out the first Ford Thunderbird, a 1929 Tri-Motor airplane and a mechanical giant capable of gobbling up both of those venerable vehicles?
More people showed up at Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction this year than last, but they kept their purse strings cinched tighter.
Clint Goldwater had one of the best seats Saturday at the 37th annual Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction in Scottsdale. The freelance cameraman from Austin, Texas, operated a 40-foot-long camera crane that stretched over classic and rare automobiles worth millions of dollars.
The start of the New Year seems to bring out the nostalgia in people because the Valley seems awash in car, truck, and historic RV shows. Running right now is the famous Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction Event in Scottsdale.
The Robosaurus and the Rondine will take center stage at Barrett-Jackson’s Collector Car Auction, which roars into WestWorld of Scottsdale this weekend.
Does your heart flutter when you touch your car keys? Is the rev on an engine like music to your ears? Have you ever spent an entire weekend waxing your ride? If so, then January is your month.
Scottsdale’s leaders find themselves mired in so many issues that never seem to be solved. Transportation is chief among them, with the latest study pointing the way toward little progress.
Anyone who has ever dreamed of owning a real Transformer now can — if the price is right.
Four-story-tall, fire-breathing car mangler Robosaurus, a one-of-a-kind metal-bodied Corvette and Carroll Shelby’s personal 1969 Shelby Mustang will be on the block at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction in January.
The July 4th holiday has passed. The middle mark of American summer holidays. With this holiday signals the start for car dealerships to give a serious push to sell the remainder of their 2007 stock to make way for the new 2008’s which are just about ready to be delivered to most showroom floors.
The biggest buzz in the automotive design world these days are the words “crossover vehicle”. On The Road has talked about this new brand of SUV before. They’re the cars that look like a station wagon, have the versatility of a station wagon but definitely are NOT your grandfather’s station wagon!
Van Chevrolet is moving up and building out. Come and see the featured 2006 Chevy Cobalt, and see what the new construction, great deals, and customer service awards are all about. And this Saturday, June 17th, get to Phoenix Firebird Raceway for the Coors Light Summer Spectacular, 'Jets vs. Funny Cars' with a fireworks show sponsored by Sanderson Ford.
When a giant mechanical dinosaur promises to set cars aflame and crush them with its massive steel arms, you know the kids are in for some fun.