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Spec racing promises the best of both worlds: the thrill of door-to-door competition with the cost-certainty of knowing your competition has to curtail spending to comply with a rigid set of rules.
Behind each great car there’s usually a passionate gearhead with a story to tell. With the eBay Motors “10 Days of #MotorLife” contest concluded, we’d like to introduce you to another four of our winners.
Given the wide range of high-end automotive projects Steve’s Auto Restoration completed over the years, there’s only one word to describe Steve Frisbie and his restoration shop in Portland, Ore.: fearless.
Most car guys I know have a love/hate relationship with horsepower. We all love the idea of faster times at the dragstrip, but when expensive engine modifications don’t pan out, it can be pretty frustrating.
The Chevrolet SS is one of GM’s performance cars that flies below the radar of most enthusiasts. It’s fair to consider the SS as a continuation of the high performance spec G8 from the defunct Pontiac brand—while the G8 was rebadged as Commodore by GM’s Holden brand in Australia.
Two weeks ago, eBay Motors invited you to participate in our “10 Days of #MotorLife” contest. We asked you to use social media to show us why car culture is important to you, with winning entries receiving $1,000 towards the purchase of whatever tools or components you’ve had your eye on.
All gearheads love a good wheel, but here in Los Angeles it’s a way of life. It’s rather ironic, though, that the city that values rims more than any other has some of the country’s worst roads.
If you are a driving enthusiast who loves automotive history, why not combine both passions by making a car museum the destination for a late summer road trip?
Plymouth was Chrysler Corporation’s bread-and-butter brand in the late 1950s, but it didn’t gain much love as a collector car until the movie “Christine” was released in 1983.
Smokey’s Dyno shop is located in a strip mall in Akron, Ohio. The plain exterior appearance of the shop is deceiving.
John Davis was a good family man, and involved his family and grandkids in his enthusiasm for collecting automobiles.
To the unenlightened, the Ford Fairmont seems like an unlikely candidate for a project car. But to those who know its underpinnings, it’s one of the stealthiest, smartest sleepers of the last 35 years.
The 1952 Chevrolet custom pick-up truck owned and used by Steve McQueen is now on sale at eBay. McQueen mostly used the truck for camping trips.
This 1955 VW Bus, now listed on eBay, originally came from the factory as a Kombi. The literal translation is combination, and usually refers to the mixed use of the model for commercial purposes and as a passenger vehicle—by quick removal of the rear seats.
Bill Bennett is able to see something cool, when others see only junk. Bill and his wife, who live in Tillamook, Ore., are hot-rodders from way back.
The eBay Motors contest celebrating your MotorLife is in full swing. We are pleased to announce the first winner—the image at the top of this page.
Germany’s motoring governing bodies this week approved plans that will lift the speed restriction caps at Nürburgring in 2016.
For car-crazed kids of the 1950s and 1960s, Gassers were the ultimate beasts thundering down the drag strip.
Al Elliot didn’t know exactly what he would do with the 1928 Model A he hauled home to his home in Lake Havasu, Ariz., about a decade ago.
The terms classic and iconic tend to be overused, but the 1955 Chevrolet is a truly worthy of those terms.