With the latest trend of on-line bidding, buying on-line, buying at auction, buying out of state, or even if you are just new to the hobby, there are many stories of post-purchase regret. The on-line and auction book pictures can paint a beautiful story of shiny chrome, and nice paint, but in person, the car… Read More


One of my favorite times of the year is Arizona Auction Week,  from January 11-19th and we have so many choices! Barrett-Jackson, Russo and Steele, Gooding & Co, Bonham, Leake and RM Sotheby’s all show up to auction off every collector car imaginable from Alpha Romeo to  Zaporozhet ZAZ 965. Sports cars, super cars, race… Read More


As a kid, I remember hanging out a my dad’s shop AMH Autobody and wondering if I’d be running it someday. I sat at his desk, pretending to ‘take care of business’ assuming great success. Well, life had a different course and now I get to work up new plans for great success for Superstition… Read More


… A rebel is a person who stands up for their opinions despite what anyone else says, standing up for what they believe is right, not against what’s right. It’s all about being an individual and refusing to follow a crowd that forces you to think the same way they do even if it means… Read More


Moving is never easy, but as a good friend once said, many hands make for light lifting. We have a lot of friends to thank in our transition to our new location at 7931 E Pecos Road Mesa AZ, suite 149. First off, our amazing staff got it done! Charlie, Justin, Al and Jessi knocked… Read More


Wow, it seems like it took a long time to get here, but we are about two weeks from getting our keys and moving Superstition Specialty Cars. More room all around will help our wonderful growing pains of the last few months, and we are looking forward to calling it done! We can’t wait to… Read More


Dave and I stopped by our 7931 East Pecos Street location to check on the construction status recently. As we drove near the building, I looked out East of Ellsworth Road, to see the skeletal remains of the now closed GM Proving Grounds stretching for miles. Established in 1953 east of Phoenix, the desert facility… Read More