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For Douglas Lombardo it is a trip back in time with his Galaxie.  His Ford is an exact replica of his dad’s.

“This is my 1966 Ford Galaxie, and is the exact duplicate that my dad drove in 1966 and that I learned to drive in. It has never been restored just repainted once in the ’90’s, and runs beautifully. It has the original 428 cid in it and the Cruise-O-Matic transmission. The Rear end ratio is a 3.50 posi. It is Nightmist blue with the blue interior, The interior has been reupholstered to look as it did in 1966 when I drove it in my first drivers test at 16. Note that I stated ‘my first drivers test.’ I know that the instructor did not like me driving this car in the test. So I ended up retaking the test in my mom’s 1966 Galaxie 500 convertible a week later and passed.”

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Madison Classics

Jefferson, Wisc. – Fall is on its way and so is the 46th Annual Jefferson Swap Meet & Car Show on September 22- 24. The show will be held at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds located at 503 N Jackson Ave, Jefferson, WI 53549 just off Hwy. 18 in Jefferson Wisconsin.

Madison Classics has always strived to provide a great place for auto enthusiasts to buy/sell/display a variety of auto related items and vehicles. The very first Madison Classics Spring show was held in February of 1977 at the Dane County Coliseum in Madison, Wisconsin. The day of the swap meet it snowed over 6”, but nonetheless a swap meet was born! After a few years in Madison, Gary Esse (founder of Madison Classics) decided he wanted to find a better venue and found a very promising fairgrounds just 28 miles away in Jefferson, Wisconsin. In 1980 the Madison Classics event moved to Jefferson County Fairgrounds where the event is now held twice a year and is marked with well over 3,100 outdoor swap spaces along with hundreds of indoor spaces set on approximately 99 acres. The event draws thousands of vendors and spectators from just about every state. There are folks that travel from as far as Europe each year for the swap meets! Whether it is a professional vendor or a hobbyists cleaning out their garage, the vendors at the Jefferson Swap Meets know one thing – this is the auto swap meet to attend in Wisconsin.

Madison Classics

Madison Classics Fall Jefferson event will feature Chevrolets. Classics Plus LTD out of Fond Du Lac will be displaying an array of Chevrolets including the feature vehicle for the Fall Jefferson show. The feature cars will be displayed in the main Activity Center Building and be sure to look for a larger display of vehicles in front of the main building lined up Saturday & Sunday morning behind the Show Car registration tent. 

“It’s a tradition!” Gary Esse stated, “The City of Jefferson and surrounding communities have shown great support for our events and we have made many lifelong relationships here. We greatly appreciate that and thank everyone for 46 years and many more to come!”

The Swap Meet and Car Corral are all three days and the Car show is Saturday and Sunday. The spectator gates for the Swap Meet and Car Corral are open Friday 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., Saturday 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., and Sunday 6:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Car Show gate opens at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. All makes and models and specialty vehicles are invited to participate in the Car Show. No pets please.

Madison Classics

Madison Classics

For more information, visit Madison Classics online at, or call (608) 244-8416.

Madison Classics is excited to announce that we will be adding another show in 2024!

The First Annual Gary’s Hot Rod Reunion Car show & Swap Meet, will be held at the Racine Co. Fair Park in Union Grove Wisconsin June 15 2024. Stay tuned for more details on the website and Facebook.

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Luigi Chinetti Jr.

image courtesy of Jacqueline Tardif

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Luigi Chinetti Jr., who grew up tagging along with his parents to races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where his father Luigi Sr. had won three times, has been named Grand Marshal of the 2023 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival. Luigi Jr. went on to make his own mark on the sport and business as a racing driver and designer.

The fourth annual event, sponsored by Millennium Bank and held in the heart of the City of Chattanooga, is scheduled for October 13-15, 2023.

Chinetti Jr. becomes the fourth Grand Marshal since the Festival was established in 2019, following Brian Redman, Corky Coker and Lyn St. James, respectively. Due to the pandemic, the Festival was not held in 2020.

Luigi Chinetti Jr. and Bob Grossman drove this Ferrari 365 Daytona to a fifth overall in the 1973 24 Hours of Daytona.

image courtesy of the Chinetti Archives

Nine-time sports-car racing champion Redman returns again this year as Grand Ambassador. Coker, a local businessman and car collector, and St. James, the 1992 Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, will be recognized as Grand Marshal Emeriti.

“We at the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival are honored to have Luigi Chinetti Jr. as Grand Marshal of our fourth annual Festival,” said Byron DeFoor, founder of the event. “He is a great ambassador to the sport, with a great history with Ferrari as a driver, businessman and designer. His racing achievements and contributions to the sport are recognized around the world.”

Chinetti, Jr. has distinguished himself both as a driver and designer. He has been connected with extraordinary automobiles and the often special people surrounding them most of his life. His father’s pre-World War II involvement in Milan and Paris with Alfa Romeo and Talbot Lago, and his three Le Mans victories – his third win in 1949 was the first for Ferrari – led to the senior Chinetti’s becoming the exclusive North American importer of Ferrari automobiles and the founder of the North American Racing Team.

NART gave Chinetti Jr. the opportunity to fulfill his own ambitions of racing and designing automobiles. He has done both, finishing fifth overall and first in GT at the 1971 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Ferrari Daytona, as well as winning his class at the 24 Hours of Daytona twice – once in a Ferrari 312P in 1971, with a body he designed himself, and again in 1973 in a Ferrari Daytona. In addition, he has designed a number of unique Ferrari automobiles for private clients, and overseen the restoration of a number of highly significant Ferrari racing cars.

At home he was surrounded by his dad’s Le Mans victory trophies, including the one from 1965 when the NART 250LM won, which inspired Chinetti Jr. to drive at Le Mans, where he competed three times for NART. He then went on to establish a number of world records at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 1974 with a Ferrari 512M and a 365 Daytona, along with Graham Hill and Paul Newman.

He’s been a tireless ambassador for Ferrari and the NART legacy.

“Being the Grand Marshal is an absolutely wonderful opportunity,” said Chinetti Jr. “I’m told the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival is a spectacular event. From what I hear, the warmth of the people is probably the most interesting aspect. I look forward to meeting everyone and sharing great Ferrari stories with the fans and the Ferrari car owners.”

DeFoor added: “We’re also privileged to have Brian Redman continue to support the Festival. He’s been an integral part of the operation since the beginning, and his input is invaluable. And, what can I say about Corky Coker and Lyn St. James? Corky is our local hero, and Lyn has been a strong supporter of the Festival. We acknowledge her achievements and we welcome both of them back to this year’s Festival with gratitude.”

“It is a pleasure and an honor to return to the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival as Grand Ambassador,” said Redman. “With multiple automobile-related attractions, Byron DeFoor and his team have established the Festival as one of the premier ‘go-to’ events in America.”

“Each year our Chattanooga Motorcar Festival gets bigger and better,” said Coker. “I can’t wait for October 13-15 to experience all that is in store! As a Grand Marshal Emeritus, all I can say is ‘start your engines, here we go!!!'”

Added St. James: “While many communities are creating new concours and automotive-themed events, they’re learning that it’s more difficult than it appears, especially to be able to maintain the momentum to do it annually. The Chattanooga Motorcar Festival team has done an amazing job of creating and sustaining the excitement of a ‘must be there’ event. The variety of activities supporting an important cause while visiting the lovely city of Chattanooga are all reasons to put this event on one’s calendar. See you there!”

Brian Redman will be Grand Ambassador this year.

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Corky Coker will be on of the Grand Marshal Emeritis.

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Lyn St. James will also be a Grand Marshal Emeriti

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The Festival supports neuroscience research through the Fifty Plus Foundation, Inc.

Tickets to the Fourth Annual Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, sponsored by Millennium Bank, and the Friday night concert with The B-52s may be purchased at

Event tickets allow access to all the Festival events, including the Concours d’Elegance and the awards ceremony on Sunday, the Mecum Auctions on Friday and Saturday at the Convention Center, high-speed track action at the Pace Grand Prix at The Bend, and other events in West Village and nearby locations.

Festival Ticket prices are:

  • Three-Day Festival Ticket – $120.00
  • Friday All-Day Festival Ticket – $89.00
  • Friday Festival Day Ticket – $44.00
  • Friday Evening Festival Ticket – $65.00
  • Saturday Festival Ticket – $65.00
  • Sunday Festival Ticket – $65.00

Children under the age of 12 are allowed entry free of charge, if accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.

A full weekend of events includes:

  • Targa Sixty Six high-speed track action for historic and modern sports and race cars at the Pace Grand Prix at The Bend
  • Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga
  • Mecum Auctions
  • Concours d’Elegance
  • Luftgekühlt’s celebration of Brian Redman
  • Car Club gatherings
  • Saturday evening fundraiser, “Unlock My Brain” (separate/additional ticket required)
  • Friday night concert with The B-52s
  • Torque Show with Justin Bell and Tommy Kendall
  • Panel discussions and other entertainment on the Main Stage throughout the weekend
  • J. Willard Marriott Club display of historic Ferraris
  • Gathering of the Greats – Porsche Edition
  • Family-friendly activities for all

Registration is open for these 2023 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank, events:

Registration for Mecum Chattanooga 2023 is open at

About Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank:

Proceeds from the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, sponsored by Millennium Bank, support neuroscience research through Fifty Plus Foundation, Inc. Approaching 13 years of supporting Alzheimer’s and neuroscience research, Fifty Plus Foundation created the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival to bring both local and global support to back research that is already making a difference in saving lives. Learn more at

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1951 Ferrari 212 Export Barchetta


Bonhams – Bonhams will return to the Monterey Peninsula for its 26th year during the August 2023 Car Week. The Quail Auction is set to host 109 collector cars crossing the block on Friday August 18 with previews beginning on Wednesday August 16 at the scenic Quail Lodge & Golf Club. The auction will feature an impressive array of motor cars, representing the rich history of the automotive world, many of which were sports racing and sporting road cars of their day.

From a modern icon, the 2003 Enzo, to Le Mans competing 1951 212 Export to the star lot of Monterey Week, the esteemed ex-Maranello Concessionaires 1967 412P, Bonhams|Cars’ offering of Ferraris are a must-see. Other offerings with Le Mans race history include the 1957 AC Ace Bristol Le Mans Roadster and the 1999 Panoz LMP-1 Roadster S. Bonhams|Cars reputation for early era cars is on display with a ‘best in brass’ category that includes the ex-A.K. Miller 1916 Stutz Model 4C Bearcat, which stands as one of the finest surviving examples of the model, while celebrity and movie provenance is seen in the ex-Steve McQueen 1951 Allard J2X and the 1965 Apollo GT from The Love Bug.


1951 Ferrari 212 Export Barchetta


1951 Ferrari 212 Export Barchetta

This desirable 1950s Ferrari has exquisite original Superleggera coachwork by Touring, has been freshly refurbished and is eligible for the most prestigious of tours. Delivered to Charles Moran of New York in the Spring of 1951, its history of racing began at the Le Mans 24 hours which it completed coming in 16th overall and 7th in its class, being one of only two 212 Export Barchettas to run this prestigious event and the only one to finish. A successful racing career followed with impressive results at Watkins Glen, Bridgehampton.

In 1954, the Barchetta was bought by the notable American car collector John Shakespeare, who continued its racing chapter. In the present ownership, the Barchetta has received a cosmetic restoration of its original, unharmed body and chassis with a careful eye on preserving its beautiful lines and originality.

2003 Ferrari Enzo


2003 Ferrari Enzo

The 2003 Ferrari Enzo is a legendary hypercar designed to commemorate Ferrari’s Formula 1 successes and honor the company’s founder, Enzo Ferrari. Only 111 examples were allocated for the US market out of a total production run of 400. This specific Enzo boasts a captivating Rosso Corsa DS 322 paint, originally delivered in this iconic color but later repainted black before being professionally restored back to its original hue. Ferrari Classiche has certified its authenticity and heritage. Having been carefully maintained and driven, this Enzo remains in superb condition with only 16,900 miles on the odometer.

1916 Stutz Model 4C Bearcat


1916 Stutz Model 4C Bearcat

A true American automotive icon. Few cars are worthy of such a title but even fewer deserve it more than this early Stutz Bearcat. No car of the era had a more enduring reputation and became so engrained in popular culture as the Stutz Bearcat. This particular Bearcat was part of AK Miller’s famous collection and has only had two owners in the past 80 years. It is highly original and mechanically sorted as well as having won a class award at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance.

Originally conceived by Harry Clayton Stutz, the Bearcat gained instant success and fame after finishing 11th in the 1911 Indianapolis 500. Its unique design, potent 60hp Wisconsin T-head engine, and precise handling made it a beloved American sports car. Only a few genuine Bearcats survive and this one, from AK Miller’s collection, is considered the most original and sought-after. It underwent thorough recommissioning and restoration, preserving its originality and earning its recognition at prestigious events. Today, genuine early Bearcats are among the rarest, and most sought after, of all the early sports cars.

1957 AC Ace Bristol Le Mans Roadster


1957 AC Ace Bristol Le Mans Roadster

The 1957 AC Ace Bristol Le Mans Roadster is a highly significant and storied sports car. Originally built as an AC Works demonstrator, it was transformed by Ken Rudd into an AC Bristol factory entry for the 1957 Le Mans 24 Hour race. Rudd extensively modified the car, enhancing its performance and endurance. The car performed impressively at Le Mans, finishing 2nd in class and 10th overall. Afterward, it changed hands multiple times, competing in SCCA races and serving as a daily driver for its long-term owner. In recent years, the car underwent a meticulous restoration to its Le Mans configuration, winning concours awards.

1999 Panoz LMP-1 Roadster S


1999 Panoz LMP-1 Roadster S

The 1999 Roadster was the second LMP1 developed by Don Panoz and was a groundbreaking Le Mans Prototype that defied conventional racing car design by placing its engine in front of the driver, who sat just ahead of the rear wheels, and next to the Xtrac sequential 6-speed gearbox. Despite this unconventional layout, the car proved to be successful and competitive, coming 11th at the 1999 Le Mans 24 Hours and further competing throughout the 1999 season. The chassis has been carefully stored for over two decades and is now ready for a complete drivetrain, offering a piece of racing history that defied norms and expectations.

1951 Allard J2X


1951 Allard J2X, driven by Steve McQueen

The 1951 Allard J2X is a rare and special car with a fascinating history, being owned for nearly two decades by Steve McQueen from 1962 until his passing in 1980, the car is a true collector’s item. The renowned actor and avid car enthusiast owned and raced many vehicles during his lifetime and the Allard J2X was one of his prized possessions. After his passing, the car was sold at the 1984 Imperial Palace Auction, and since then, has only had two subsequent owners.

The Allard J2X was a sports racing car designed and built by Sydney Allard, a British racer and car builder. The J2X was an updated version of the earlier J2 model, featuring improvements in handling and more cockpit room. It was powered by various American V8 engines, including the Chrysler Hemi, making it competitive in various racing events during the early 1950s. The car remains in its original British Racing Green color after an older restoration, and it is fully documented with provenance and authenticity.

1965 Apollo GT from The Love Bug


1965 Apollo GT from The Love Bug

The 1965 Apollo GT offered is one of the two original ‘Thorndyke Special’ cars used in the 1968 movie, The Love Bug. Modified and prepared by Hollywood Motors’ Max Balchowsky for the film, the car has undergone extensive research and ground-up restoration in the current ownership. With its unique movie history, the car presents a world of possibilities, from display at tours and shows to enjoying on the road.

This classic American sports car with Italian-inspired design was acquired as a project in 2004 and only afterwards were its movie origins discovered. Remnants of its original yellow paint beneath the primer and evidence of damage determined that the car was one of the two Apollos used in the movie, prepared by Hollywood Motors for the dicing and crashing scenes. Its restoration took around nine years and it debuted at the Concorso Italiano in 2013 where it was introduced to important figures connected to the Apollo marque’s history.


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Historic Sportscar Racing

ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin – A return to VIRginia International Raceway (VIR) for the first time since 2016 and a new endurance race championship for the already popular LMP3 division are among the highlight additions to the 2024 Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) calendar that was announced as part of IMSA’s annual schedule unveiling August 4th at the IMSA SportsCar Weekend at Road America.

The 2024 schedule once again begins and ends at Sebring International Raceway and, along with VIR, includes the equally legendary American racing venues Daytona International Speedway, Watkins Glen International and Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.

Friday’s announcement was the first time HSR, which was acquired by IMSA in early 2022, was included in IMSA’s annual schedule unveiling at Road America, and next year’s HSR calendar itself includes several additional “firsts.”

Next August at VIR on the IMSA Michelin GT Challenge weekend, HSR will run for the first time as a support series for IMSA’s premier WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. The HSR race will showcase select cars from HSR Group 3 (Small-Bore Historic Production cars), Group 5 (Big-Bore Historic Production and GT cars) and Group 7 (Historic Prototype and Sports Racers) representative of sports car endurance racing machines from the previous century. The mix should attract a wide variety of cars such as early Porsche 911 and RS models and Jaguar XKEs to Lola T70s and Ford GT40s.

Another all-new development is the four-race endurance championship for LMP3 cars which have been eligible and a popular choice of competitors in recent years in modern prototype HSR run groups. The championship begins with an LMP3 feature race on the Saturday night of April’s 46th running of the HSR Mitty at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.

The Road Atlanta opener will be followed by LMP3 races at HSR’s remaining blockbuster events, the “HSR Classics” at Watkins Glen, Daytona and Sebring. True multi-class endurance races, the LMP3 rounds at all three events will see competitors race in the same run groups they have in recent years, sharing the track with other modern prototype and GT Modern (GTM) divisions while batting for their own class honors and championship points.

The new LMP3 series joins a familiar lineup of returning sprint and endurance race championships that are the high-speed foundation of every HSR race weekend. The lineup includes Sasco Sports International/American Challenge, Stoner Car Care Global GT, the Classic RS Cup, the B.R.M. Endurance Challenge and the WeatherTech Sprint Series, which typically includes a pair of sprint races for all Run Groups on each race weekend.

It all begins for the sixth-straight year with the season-opening HSR Spring Fling at Sebring, March 8 – 10, which will see HSR headline a weekend edition of the event for the first time in several seasons. The Spring Fling sets the stage for the 72nd running of the iconic 12 Hours of Sebring IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race the following weekend.

The Sebring Spring Fling opener is followed by the 46th HSR Mitty at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, April 25 – 28, which is one of the longest-running historic and vintage races in the U.S. and HSR’s first blockbuster race of the season.

The first of HSR’s “triple threat” of HSR Classics races will be the perfect follow up to The Mitty with the second running of the HSR Classic 6 Hour of The Glen, June 6 – 9.

The VIR Michelin GT Challenge weekend support race is next up, August 23 – 25, before the annual return visit to Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta for the HSR Fall Historics, September 19 – 22. The perfect complementary event to each April’s HSR Mitty at Michelin Raceway, the Fall Classic has developed an appeal and popularity of its own and is the first of two return visits to tracks on the 2024 HSR calendar.

Set for its milestone 10th running in 2024, the HSR Classic Daytona presented by IMSA, returns to the “World Center of Racing” October 30 – November 3. The HSR Classic Daytona is once again followed next year by the season-ending HSR Classic 12 Hour at Sebring, Pistons and Props, presented by the Alan Jay Automotive Network. The ninth-annual running of the HSR Classic Sebring 12 Hour next year will be held on the legendary Sebring airport circuit, December 4 – 8.

The HSR Classics events at The Glen, Daytona and Sebring share the card each weekend, respectively, with the Watkins Glen Historics, the Daytona Historics and the Sebring Historics races that are all key rounds of the season-long HSR series championships.

More information on all HSR event weekends and additional spectator and competitor information can be found at

2024 Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Race-Event Schedule*

March 8 – 10: HSR Sebring Spring Fling – Sebring International Raceway, Sebring, Florida

April 25 – April 28: 46th HSR Mitty at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta – Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia

June 6 – 9: HSR Classic Six Hours of Watkins Glen – Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, New York

August 23 – 25: IMSA Michelin GT Challenge Support Race – VIRginia International Raceway, Alton, Virginia

September 19 – 22: HSR Atlanta Fall Historics – Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia

October 30 – November 3: HSR Classic Daytona presented by IMSA and the HSR Daytona Historics – Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida

December 4 – 8: HSR Classic Sebring 12 Hour, Pistons and Props, presented by the Alan Jay Automotive Network, and the HSR Sebring Historic Races – Sebring International Raceway, Sebring, Florida

*Event schedule subject to change and additions

About HSR: An International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) property, Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) was formed in the mid-1970s with an event at Road Atlanta. There was one goal then and it remains true today: to celebrate the race cars from the past. As a “time machine” of sights and sounds, HSR provides a venue for competitors and spectators alike to share in the wonderful history and excitement created by the cars that competed at race tracks around the world. HSR currently sanctions eight vintage and historic racing events at some of the world’s most renowned race tracks, including Road Atlanta, Sebring International Raceway, Daytona International Speedway and more. The complete schedule and full event information can be found on HSR’s website at Look for the HSR Channel on YouTube and follow HSR on Facebook at and on Twitter and Instagram at @HSR_race. A dedicated website for the Classic 24 Hour at Daytona presented by IMSA is available at

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