About the Show

“Hagerty’s Inside Classic Cars” is America’s only national radio program dedicated to collector cars. The live, hour-long talk show is broadcast on The American Talk Radio Network Sundays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Every week, nationally recognized host Bob Long interviews leaders in the hobby on everything from car values and events to care tips and car maintenance. The show will also feature broadcasts from some of the biggest collector car events in the country like Pebble Beach, Scottsdale and Amelia.

“Hagerty’s Inside Classic Cars” is two-way interactive talk radio at its best, giving listeners all over North America the opportunity to share their love and enthusiasm for old cars by giving them the opportunity to talk with experts directly. Show topics include: detailed discussions about car values; special shows dedicated particular marques, from Duesenbergs to Datsuns; car maintenance from some of the top experts in the country; interviews with hobby legends like Carroll Shelby, Brock Yates and Denise McCluggage; and one-on-ones with some of the most knowledgeable car guys and gals in the country.

Our Guests

  • McKeel Hagerty
  • McKeel Hagerty
  • CEO of Hagerty Insurance Agency and executive publisher of Hagerty’s magazine.
  • Colin Comer
  • Colin Comer
  • Collector, dealer and author of "The Complete Book of Shelby" and "Million Dollar Muscle Cars".
  • Tim McNair
  • Tim McNair
  • The country's foremost automotive detailer with wins at Pebble Beach and other concours.
  • Dave Kinney
  • Dave Kinney
  • Auctions editor for AutoWeek, Automobile Magazine and Octane and publisher of the Hagerty's Cars That Matter price guide.

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Meet the Host

Bob Long
Radio and automobiles have been lifelong passions of Bob Long, the host of Hagerty's Inside Classic Cars. He is a broadcast veteran of 25-plus-years and is considered the most-listened-to automotive personality on commercial radio in America as the host of AutoWorld Radio and The Long Drive feature.
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