HOT WIRE—When one hears the name Holman Moody, images of high performance Falcons, Galaxies, Cobras, Thunderbirds and Ford GT40s come to mind. While the name has been associated with a multitude of race vehicles, it’s never been attached to any production model—until now. Late last year, Holman & Moody announced that it would build a street legal high performance version of the Mustang to coincide with its 50th anniversary in 2014. Well, production of that vehicle has begun.
AUTO REVIEW—As one of the pioneering examples of sport utility vehicles, the Nissan Pathfinder started life as a truck platform-based SUV. The second-generation Pathfinder went with a unibody design, but the third generation returned to its truck-based roots. For 2013 (dubbed the R52), Nissan veered off the beaten path again and went for a car-based platform. Editor-at-large Zoran Segina reports
GALLERY—It’s been a year since the departure of automotive legend Carroll Shelby. The Los Angeles Shelby American Automobile Club (LASAAC) decided it was time to hold the first annual Carroll Shelby Tribute and Car Show. The one day event took place at the Carroll Shelby Foundation Headquarters in Gardena, California, and LA Car’s Zoran Segina was there to capture the moment on his single-lens reflex.
AUTO SHOW— This is not your typical neighborhood classic car show but, then again, this is not your typical neighborhood. I’m guessing that most of us don’t live in a 46,000 square foot mansion with fifty-five livable rooms on 18.3 beautifully landscaped acres with a lake and cascading waterfalls. This is Beverly Hills, and it’s the fourth annual Greystone Mansion Concours d’Elegance.