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Boutique British Bruiser with a Sweetheart of a Swedish Heart: 1970 Marcos 3 Litre GT

Images are from the brochure collection of Hemmings Motor News Despite an on-again, off-again production run that spanned decades, the Marcos GT remained truly unique in the sports car world.

South Africa, 1950s

From Jeff at Vintage Las Vegas comes a very un-Vegaslike photo because, unless there’s some casino owner preparing an old right-hand-drive car themed resort, it ain’t from Vegas.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1968 Buick Riviera

Not much in the description of this 1968 Buick Riviera for sale on to tell us how much work it’s taken to get it to this point, but with less than 75,000 miles on the clock, we can presume that it hasn’t taken much, other than regular maintenance and a good amount of TLC over the years.

1957 Ferrari 335S becomes the world’s most expensive Ferrari at auction – in euros, anyway

1957 Ferrari 335S. Photos courtesy Artcurial. When Artcurial sold a historically significant, ex-works Ferrari 335S for 32,075,200 euros (now, $35.6 million) at its Paris auction on Friday, February 5, it was quick to point out that the car had set a new world record price for a Ferrari at auction.

First FIVA forum at Amelia Island to kick off World Motoring Heritage Year

With an eye on ensuring a place for historic vehicles as autonomous cars and other new technologies become commonplace, the Federation Internationale des Vehicules Anciens has declared 2016 as World Motoring Heritage Year and will bring the global discussion on preservation to its first Heritage Forum at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance next month.

That time the Silver Streak and the Gypsy Coeds headed to California

Photo by John Butte. [Editor’s Note: While the Silver Streak Model T recently came off its exhibit at Peoria’s Riverfront Museum, it’ll soon move on to a somewhat bigger stage: the Model T Museum in Richmond, Indiana.

EPA Seeks to Kill Converting Passenger Cars into Race Cars

The regulation would impact all vehicle types, including the sports cars, sedans and hatchbacks commonly converted strictly for use at the track.

Stylin’ & Profilin’ With This 2005 Mustang GT

Larry Ashley is one of those, so much so that in a heated moment he actually traded his wife’s customized Saturn Vue for one.

Mustang Girl Monday: Brianna Waters

It's Mustang Girl Monday brought to you by Team Mustang Girls. This week we would like to introduce Brianna Waters and her 1968 Mustang.

Project Apollo, Part III: Starting Restoration on My Vintage Buick

Story and photos by Joe Essid. In the first two parts of Project Apollo, I discussed finding, buying, and shipping my vintage car.

more Hartford, Connecticut, 1950s

While narrowing down a location for one of last week’s Hartford carspotting scenes, we had help from a few other photos in the collection Joe Sokola provided us that showed some key overlap.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1968 Ford Galaxie XL

Older resto, probably needs a little cosmetic work, but this 1968 Ford Galaxie XL fastback for sale on still looks sharp in photos and the Q-code 340hp 428 – the largest engine available in the full-size cars that year – as well as a raft of documentation and a snappy black bucket seat interior to go with that Sunlit Gold paint certainly doesn’t hurt its standing.

Unseen for more than 60 years, the one-off Manta Ray will once again return to the spotlight

Images courtesy Geoff Hacker. A half-century is a long time for a car to hide out, away from prying eyes and offers to buy it, even longer when that car looks like a jet engine on wheels and graced many of the hot rod and custom magazines of its day.

Kickstarter project hopes to document the story of Peter Gregg, Hurley Haywood and Brumos Racing

Hurley Haywood and Peter Gregg. Still image from Kickstarter video preview. Peter Gregg was one of the most successful road racers of the 1970s, and with racing partner Hurley Haywood, put the Brumos Porsche team in the international spotlight.

Pine-ing for Freshness: A fragrance forever linked with the automobile

If you’ve been a passenger in an enclosed car or truck more than twice in your lifetime, odds are pretty good that an air freshener was dangling from a radio knob or the rear view mirror.

This 2005 Ford Mustang GT Is All American Muscle

Just by looking at the exterior you can see this three-valve has plenty of accessories personalized to Ault’s tastes.

Come Join MM&FF 1st Annual NMRA Spring Break Shootout Friday Cruise!

We’ll head out to Bradenton Motorsports Park to catch the afternoon schedule of events at the NMRA Spring Break Shootout.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1964 Valiant Signet convertible

Things in Canada are just a bit different than things in the United States. We eat chili cheese fries, while our neighbors to the north prefer poutine; we like football, they prefer hockey.

Hemmings Sunday Cinema – TRD 40th, Australian Drag Race Nationals, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of its racing and performance division, TRD, Toyota put together a half-hour look back over TRD’s greatest hits, whether on the track, on the road, or off-road.

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1963 Chevrolet Corvair 95

The good: This 1963 Corvair 95 panel van for sale on has a good mechanical foundation and everything appears present and accounted for.