About Geoffrey Hacker

Geoffrey R. Hacker, Ph.D. is an automotive historian who is researching the history of handcrafted American sports cars - and other unusual vehicles - with a team that spans the world. Read more about Geoff's background on the Portfolio-About Us link of the Undiscovered Classics website. He can be reached at Undiscovered.Classics@gmail.com Tampa, Florida (813) 888-8882

1949 Panache Sport Custom “Survivor” to Appear at the Cigar City Concours d’Elegance in Tampa, Florida

Hi Gang… November is going to be great fun this year – for us and those of you who are fans of Undiscovered Classics.  The Cigar City Concours d’Elegance has officially accepted the 1949 Panache Sport Custom for presentation on their field next … Continue reading

“Second Star to the Right….And Straight On ‘Till Morning:” Introducing the 1957 Galileo Special

Hi Gang… The 1950’s were filled with imaginative moments in transportation. Jet travel, high speed trains, rockets heading into outer space and cars that could fly. This was a time of ground-swelling American innovation.  The Corvette and T-Bird hit the streets changing … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS….1952 Glasspar G2 to Appear at the Cigar City Concours d’Elegance in Tampa, Florida

Hi Gang… Great news gang.  The Cigar City Concours d’Elegance has officially accepted the 1952 Glasspar G2 for presentation on their field later this year in November, 2019. We at Undiscovered Classics are excited to be showing the car on behalf … Continue reading

1952 Maverick Sportster “Scale Models” Now Available

Hi Gang… Great news…..you can now create your own Undiscovered Classics collection and save some garage space while doing so.   Thanks to the efforts of Alex Kotyar of Esval Models and some keen rendering work of artist extraordinaire Dan Palatnik, two versions of the 1952 Maverick Sportster … Continue reading