With TV's Dennis Gage host of My Classic Car.
As seen on The Speed Channel, MAVTV, and Discovery's Velocity Channel.
The perfect gift for dad, or your special guy!
A once-in-a-lifetime collection never to be repeated.
The MCC Classic Collection boxed set which contains five My Classic Car DVD compilations categorized by Ford, Mopar, GM, Foreign. and Orphan makes.
126 restored and customized drop-dead beautiful cars in a memory-filled, special collector's edition slipcase!
This classic car collection not only has it all, it's got the best of it all! Mopar, Ford, GM, foreign, and lest we forget, a bunch of lovely Orphans to boot. And, that's just the privately owned cars. Dennis also visits museums and collections across the country, and around the world. Join Dennis as he meets the owners, talks shop, and gets the stories, peeks under the hood, and takes these beauties for a spin!
DVD 1: 25 Fantastic Fords - Check out an old school Model-A fire truck and Merc Woodies from the 40s. Ride in style in a couple of Lincoln’s from the 60s. Or, flex some iconic muscle in a Mustang, Gran Torino, or Shelby Cobra.
DVD 2: 29 Mighty Mopars - These aren’t just cars, they’re time machines on four wheels. Leave 21st technology at the curb and go back to when there was no replacement for cubic displacement. Strap in, and come along for the ride with plenty of classic Mopar muscle under the hood.
DVD 3: 24 GM Beauties - Here’s all the style and slick muscle that GM could build on four wheels going all the way back to a ’36 Chevy Custom, and roaring on through to 1970 in a GTO Judge by a Maco Shark!
DVD 4: 24 Flashy Foreigns - In the fast lane, we have the Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, and Lotus. Moving at a much more refined and stately pace, Rolls-Royce and Jaguar are “veddy well” portrayed indeed. While at the other end of the economic spectrum, the working class is solidly represented by some very interesting models from Messerschmidt of Germany, and Syrena of Poland.
DVD 5: 24 Outrageous Orphans - The manufacturer of these great old cars may be gone, but they’re clearly not forgotten. Need proof? How about three Hudsons, two Packards, and no less than five Studebakers! We’ll even throw in a Paxton, a Berkley, a pair of DuPonts, and a couple of Kaisers.