Seniors Steven Anders, 18, left, and Tanner Hensley, 18, pull the radio and navigation console to fix a 2003 Nissan 350Z belonging to Hensley's brother during auto-shop class at Canyon del Oro High School.
Buddy Algeri, 17, center, and Logan Farrow, 18, left, weld a patch on a hole in the muffler of a car owned by Emma Layton's mom during advanced auto shop class. Layton, right, is a student in the beginning auto class and wanted to learn from the advanced class.
Students in the advanced auto shop class gather around the front of Colton Botkin's truck with teacher Jeremy Tarbet, in hat, and talk shop.
Junior Jeremiah Ramsay, 17, carries headers through the office for his 454-cubic-inch flat-bottom drag boat during advanced auto shop class at Canyon del Oro High School in Oro Valley.
Canyon del Oro High School senior Tanner Hensley's favorite class fuses math and business concepts with his favorite subject of all, cars.
Speakeasy event features classic cars, wines.
John Gasho, 71, with the '40 Ford Deluxe in which he and his dad took a road trip in 1948. He recreated the trip last year.
In 1948, John R. Gasho embarked on a road trip that he remembers as one of the greatest experiences of his life.
The winning car from the very first Great American Race - a 3,000-mile classic-car rally from Los Angeles to Indianapolis - will be on display at the Tucson Rotary Club's Tucson Classics Car Show at St. Gregory College Preparatory School on Oct. 13.
The Wings for Women Charity Car Show 2012 runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Desert Sports & Fitness, 3672 S. 16th Ave.
The Wings for Women Charity Car Show 2012 runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Desert Sports & Fitness, 3672 S. 16th Ave.
The 14th British Euro Auto Tour, which features British and
other European-made vehicles of any model year, cruised through
Prescott in April on its all-Arizona loop. The 110 or so cars in
the rally were from Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. Car shows and
rallies are a Prescott staple.
Bill Markus takes a gander at a 1910 REO at last year's Tucson Classics Car Show. Money raised at the show, which will feature up to 500 cars, will benefit Reading Seed, a children's literacy program.
The Rotary Club of Tucson will host its fourth annual Tucson
Classics Car Show Saturday.
Fritz Ficke enthusiastically discussed his 1927 Gardner with
visitors at Saturday's classic car show at Little Anthony's Diner,
7010 E. Broadway.
Little Anthony's Diner on East Broadway hosts classic car shows up to twice a month. The free family events feature music and a jumping castle for kids.
Auto enthusiasts take their most prized possessions to Little Anthony's Diner, which hosts regular shows. The next one is Aug. 28.