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The meticulously resto-modded ’54 Chevy Bel Air, offered now on eBay, can best be described as: refined.
A 1915 Ford Model T was the lead car in a parade of semi-autonomous cars at the 2016 Washington Auto, which concluded in late January.
Tackling the trails in an under-equipped Jeep can lead to disaster, but the perils of the outback are make the 4×4 experience what it is.
We traditionally think of the Mustang GT as Ford’s top performer during the 1980s. With the third-generation pony car’s light weight and the healthy selection of aftermarket modifications, the V8-powered Mustang become a performance icon of the time.
In 1967, Alfa Romeo showed up at Expo 67 in Montreal, Quebec, with a 2+2 coupe concept so new it didn’t have a name yet.
Seat covers are an excellent way to keep your vehicle’s interior looking great. They can rejuvenate your seats—if they are stained from years of food stains and muddy pet paws—while providing extra comfort to you and your passengers.
Just because there’s snow on the ground doesn’t mean it’s time to park your sports car in the garage for the winter.
Do you have a tight parking spot at home? Then maybe you’ve developed a low-tech ingenious way to perfectly position your car—like a piece of tape on the garage floor or a tennis ball dangling on a string from the ceiling.
Brenda Priddy, the spy photographer who first gained notoriety by sharing pictures she took of a highly camouflaged 1995 Mustang for Automobile magazine, has gone public.
These days, it takes deep pockets and a big crew to set records in any class of drag racing sanctioned by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA).
Whether it’s a daily driver, restomod, or a 100-point car, a set of factory wheels convey a look that works for the period.
The Peugeot lineup is historically divided into two groups. The first group is conservative, function-over-form sedans; and the second is station wagons, and leisure-oriented coupes and convertibles.
Detroit models from 1940 were steel workhorses, but also very elegant. This Buick four-door convertible provided its passengers all the joys of an open-air ride.
If you drive in areas that get socked by snow and ice, then keeping a set of snow chains or similar traction device in your vehicle is a must.
When Lotus launched the mid-engine Europa in 1966, it was the embodiment the company’s design expressed by Colin Chapman, its founder, as: “Simplify, then add lightness.” To that end, the Europa was outfitted with the chassis of the Lotus Elan—which inspired the Mazda MX-5 Miata—and a fiberglass molded body.
Hipster alert: vintage bread trucks and milk trucks are all the rage these days. Restomod vans that have been stripped down and slammed to the ground crawl like space-age snails, with a windswept look straight out of a sci-fi flick.
Although the 2017 Ford Focus RS might seem like a beefed-up version of the Focus ST, it’s actually a complete departure.
Here’s the scene: it’s the late 1940s, and the Second World War has finally drawn to a close. Servicemen are trading uniforms for civilian duds, but still crave the adrenaline of screaming across the sky at 500 miles per hour in fighter planes like the North American P-51 Mustang and the Grumman Hellcat.
Cadillac was born in 1902, but it took 100 years before it built a luxury pickup as a standard offering.
Last week’s annual collector car auction in Scottsdale, Ariz. brought perfect weather and record sales.