About us

About is the premier automotive website for enthusiasts seeking vehicle information from concept to production and from vintage to modern. We provide in-depth articles, automotive news and vehicle reviews, and one of the largest repositories of high-quality automotive photography.

It is our goal to document and categorize vehicles from "Concept to Production." This includes racing, vintage, classic, modern, exotic, supercars, brass era, muscle cars, and so much more.

The origins date to 1998 with the goal to document vehicles 'from concept to production.'

On, you will find the latest Concepts and Prototypes, Supercars and Exotics, and Production vehicles. We have amassed a vast collection of historical vehicles, ranging from the earliest automobiles to the present.

Auto Shows, Events, and Concours d'Elegance Auto Show Coverage
We attend many international auto shows to experience first-hand the direction automakers are headed.

We attend all major Concours d'Elegance events in the United States to further enhance the appreciation for the automobile through the eyes of their restorers, caretakers, and enthusiasts. We dive into the vehicle's history, learning about its past, its importance, and contributions.

Vehicle Profiles and Vehicle Cataloging Vehicle Profiles
More than anything, is a vehicle-centric website. The number one priority is 'the vehicle.' We provide vehicle information based on its year, make, and model. Full descriptions are provided for many automobiles, including ownership history, racing history, and period stories.

Automotive Photography Photography
With over 2 million photographs, is one of the largest repositories of automobile photographs. Many of the images are available in various sizes, suitable for a wide range of handheld devices and desktop computers.

Motorsport Racing Motorsport Coverage
Part of our mission is to map, explore, and preserve the history and evolution of the automobile. Since many new discoveries were made on the race track, we make it our mission to visit many races throughout the year. Another very large undertaking is our Formula One section led by Jeremy McMullen. Here you will find in-depth articles on the history of Formula One. Along with the detailed articles, the section also includes race results, points, chassis and engine information, teams and drivers, and other relevant information.

Auctions Auction Coverage
We have collected one of the largest collection of auction values that can be viewed from our Price Guide. With this resource totaling over 513,900 values, we are able to present a fairly accurate vehicle's value range.

We attend many auctions throughout the year, ranging from the rarest collector cars to muscle cars, to better understand the current market trends and values.


Our e-Magazine is an extension of our digital publishing platform enabling enthusiasts to discover and enjoy the automotive hobby through a flipbook format.

    • Issue #2: Eye For An Eye
      This issue of Conceptcarz Magazine will look at both the 1921 Coupes Georges Boillot and the 1921 French Grand Prix. Can Jimmy Murphy prevail and give the French a taste of their own bitter disappointment in its biggest race? The issue also looks at the beginning of IMSA and features Alfa Romeo's supercar, the Montreal. Plus much more.
    • Issue #1: With Old Hands Rests The Future
      Beginning of a series. Read about the course of horrors that was the 1903 Paris-Madrid race in the Grande Epreuves series. Read about Dale Jarrett's bold move to keep the good times rolling at the 2000 Daytona 500. Then there is the 1950 British Grand Prix and the hopes of Formula One resting in the hands of old drivers and old machines. These articles, plus a lot more can be found in this issue.

    • #6: Unfulfilled
      Read the final in the series highlighting the 100th anniversary of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Perhaps the most emotional and meaningful last race of Bobby Rahal's Indycar career would come on home soil. Review the Indy 8-Hour sportscar race. And the tragic last round of the 1973 Formula One World Championship would leave a number of people unfulfilled. Plus much more.
    • #5: Nose Out Of Joint
      Parnelli Jones battles Dan Gurney in an epic duel at the Green Valley 4 hours. Le Mans is in the Group C days of the 1980s and its end in the 1990s. Would discretion be the better part at the 1973 Targa Florio? The 1993 1000 Lakes rally sees the birth of a rallying icon. Plus much more.
    • #4: Welcome 2 America
      Le Mans enters what is perhaps its most iconic period of the 1960s and 70s. Ludovico Scarfiotti was one of Ferrari's best, and underrated, sportscar drivers. Dario Resta's trip to America would prove to be doubly successful. Plus, a lot more.
    • #3: Persistence, Perseverance, & Probability
      Toyota and All-American Racers dominate IMSA GTP beginning in Sebring. The Monaco Grand Prix becomes immortal in 1929. Could Helio win his fourth Indy 500? What seemed like a sure thing...the probability would only become less and less. Plus, so much more.
    • #2: Aged Like a Fine Wine
      Gianpiero Moretti's career would only seem to get better with age. The 1978 Argentine Grand Prix offered a tip as to who would win that year's world championship. The world is introduced to a new race, the 24 hours of Le Mans.
    • #1: Family Endures
      Ralph DePalma takes advantage of the attrition of others in the 1912 Vanderbilt Cup. The Fins would do well down under in the New Zealand rally. Graham Hill was considered washed-up by many. They would be wrong. Plus much more.

Company Roster

Editor-in-Chief : Daniel Vaughan | email
Mr. Daniel Vaughan is the creator and curator of since its inception in the late 1990s. He has served as Editor-in-Chief and Publisher since that time. With a Bachelor and Masters degree in Computer Science, Dan designed and developed to showcase his passion - automobiles. The site has been a labor-of-love and has continued to evolve and grow. The site initially displayed vehicle profiles, consisting of manufacturer and model reviews. It has grown to included vehicle specifications, recall data, IIHS Safety Ratings, motorsports coverage, and auction transactions.

Deputy Editor : Jeremy McMullen.

Mr. McMullen is a wealth of automotive knowledge, particular in Formula One history. He has a passion for the collector car community and wrote an E-Book on the subject, title Collectible: A Gathering of the Exceptional and Captivating.

Contributing Editor : Mark Moskowitz MD.
Mark Moskowitz MD is a retired surgeon, racer, and car collector. He is director and curator of The Museum of Automobile History (pvt), manages the estate of renowned automotive artist, Carlo Demand, serves on the Board of Directors of Carolina Motorsports Park and is Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. He is a frequent contributor to multiple motoring publications. Dr. Moskowitz is a member of International Chief Judge Advisory Group and has been privileged to judge concours events at Boca Raton, La Jolla, Santa Fe, Arizona, Greenwich, Hershey (the Elegance), Radnor Hunt, Cobble Beach, Hilton Head, Dusseldorf, Knokke-Heist, Monticello Raceway and Delhi, India. Dr Moskowitz has served as chief judge for the race car concours at Monticello Raceway, the Trump Charlotte Concours and the Miami Concours.