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Motorious Pulls Ahead To Pass Competition In Collector Car Scene

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Alexa shows that Motorious now outranks many major online publications.

A Press Release sent out this morning confirms that Motorious.com pulled ahead of competing websites in popularity as a collector car site, as sourced by Alexa Rank. Alexa is an Amazon-owned system shows that Motorious.com is now the most popular car collector site in the United States. Motorious is a unique site that works with some of the biggest names in automotive sales in the world to curate a prestigious classified section, while also running as an automotive online publication.

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Like golf, the lower the rank, the better, so Motorious’ 588 places it in a great spot, beating it’s closest competitor with a score of 607.

“I’m proud of what the Speed Digital and Motorious team has accomplished in a short time-frame,” said Speed Digital CEO Neil

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Celebrate Collector Car Appreciation Day With Motorious

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It’s time to mark your calendars and make some plans with Motorious.

To celebrate Collector Car Appreciation, Motorious is holding a Digital Happy Hour this Friday, July 10 from 5-6 pm EST. Everyone is invited to join the discussion about collector cars of every kind, which will be broadcast on Zoom, per-register here.

As the coronavirus lockdowns are lifting in certain areas and car enthusiasts are looking to socialize once more, everyone should keep in mind the upcoming Collector Car Appreciation Day being organized by SEMA, the Automotive Restoration Market Organization, and Hot Rod Industry Alliance. Set for July 10, 2020, this will be the 11th annual celebration of automotive restoration and collecting. In other words, you should start figuring out how you want to observe this important date.

Officially, the date of the 2020 Collector Car Appreciation Day

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Wildest Stolen Car Stories On Motorious

Stealing an enthusiast’s car is like taking away a piece of their soul. The disgusting criminals who commit these auto thefts have no regard for the blood, sweat, and tears that go into most classic and muscle car builds, restorations, or just upkeep. When a collector car is stolen, so is time, money, and heart from the owner, making the crime just a little bit worse when it happens to a gearhead. Here are some of the most memorable car thefts we’ve reported on.

Why not kick things off on a positive note, well, as positive as they can get when someone steals a classic car from a war Veteran. Curly Bunfill had hist 1956 Cadillac Eldorado stolen from his locked garage on January 17, 2020, and it was anonymously returned to the Sacramento Police Department. After the car was returned, 43-year-old James King was arrested in connection with the … Read More

Coolest Convertibles For Sale On Motorious

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With warmer weather on the way, it’s time to get some fresh air in these impressive ‘Verts!

Nothing beats cabin fever like getting on the road and cruising around with the sun on your face, and wind blowing in your hair. To celebrate the return of warm weather and sunny days, we have picked our favorite convertibles you can find in our inventory right now.

1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible

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The GTO is an iconic poncho that ruled in its era. This first year GTO is the thing of Pontiac collector’s dreams. It was rotisserie restoration in August 2016, and appears to need nothing except a driver to slide behind the wheel.

1967 Pontiac Firebird 400

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This 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible is the first year for the legendary nameplate. That’s why

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