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Making Barrett-Jackson Work for You

Barrett-Jackson is thrilling. But it can be overwhelming for the newbie. The noise. The crowd. Here’s what you need to know to survive and come home with a great car.

The Bothwell Collection Auction


LA CAR REPORT—Lindley and Ann Bothwell’s extraordinary collection of classic trains, cars, and motoring memorabilia was auctioned off on at the working orange grove in the San Fernando Valley in early November. Harold Osmer was there to catch some of the vibe of these amazing cars and other items that went on the block. This sort of event is where value has a closed door meeting with with one’s heart—there were some wonderful cars and other items up for action. Let’s see if Harold scratched himself and laid down a half-million dollar bid a Miller, or waved across the room at a friend and bought himself an actual life-sized railroad train.

2018 Camry XSE Spices up the Sedan Market


AUTO REVIEW- For model year 2018, Toyota’s engineers and designers must have received a new memo with subject line: “Make it even BOLDER. Sincerely, the Boss.” One look at the latest Camry and it is abundantly clear the message was received.

Scenes from the ArtCenter’s show

GALLERY—While much of America was shivering, we Angelinos got to take our pick of car events to attend in October. At the top of LACar’s list this time of year is Car Classic, held annually on the grounds of the ArtCenter College of Design in beautiful Pasadena. This year’s theme of rossa corsa, white, and bleau de France celebrated the “innovative feats of transportation design stemming from Italy, America, and France.” Our intrepid photographer Albert Wong was there to capture some of the special cars and people who came out to enjoy this gem of a local show.

and only in L.A.!

LA CAR REPORT—Even the veiled threat of early fall showers a week or two ago couldn’t prevent the cognoscenti and other assorted francophones and italophiles from attending this year’s edition of The Best of France and Italy Car Show. Our staffer who once owned a Ferrari, Dave Wolin, takes us for a stroll at the annual gathering of the faithful in (freeway close) Woodley Park.

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