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Any Car Can Become a Work of Art


A VW microbus covered with grass. A woman’s dress shoe on wheels. An Edsel transformed into a dump truck.

How to Find a Good Volkswagen T3 Transporter


  The Volkswagen T3 Transporter is a legendary vehicle. Motor Talk, our German-based blog partner, recently spoke with two Berlin-based bus experts to get tips on buying and fixing T3s.

The Tiny American Bantam is Now a Serious Collectible


Two famous American mini-cars emerged just before World War II, and by far the better-known one is Crosley.

eBay Offers Buyer-Protection Plans for Used Auto Parts

eBay has partnered with Assurant to make buying used auto parts a worry-free experience. eBay Motors is a vast marketplace for car enthusiasts seeking high-quality auto parts at a great price.

Prepare Your Car for a Rainy Day With New Weather Stripping

Nothing ruins a beautiful day like a sudden downpour that soaks the interior of a treasured older vehicle.

A Huge Motor Home That Can House 89 People


Even though we like things big here in America, Megaliners are pretty rare in the US. This example was used by NASA for compound tours at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

How to Change Your Spark Plugs


Changing your spark plugs is a straightforward and inexpensive way to keep your car running smoothly, to optimize your engine’s performance, and to help maintain the best possible fuel economy.

The Holy Grail for Corvette Collectors: A Time-Capsule ’63 Split-Window Coupe


What we have here on eBay Motors is a holy grail car and time-capsule survivor, an original and low-mileage split-window 1963 Corvette with factory AC, a four-speed and matching-numbers 327-cubic-inch V-8.

When You Cross a Corvette with a Jeep


Bob Pelikan and a group of fellow gearheads from Half Moon Bay, Calif. have a long tradition of meeting for breakfast every Saturday.

The Thrilling 2018 Dodge SRT Demon and Its Muscle-Car Roots


Dodge’s new 2018 Challenger SRT Demon—an 840-horsepower behemoth with a 2.3-second zero-to-sixty time—is one of the highlights of the New York International Auto Show, which opens to the public today.

Ford Bronco Fanatic Lands the First One Ever Made, Modified Personally by Carroll Shelby


Seth Burgett When Ford announced in January 2017 that it’s bringing back the Bronco, interest in first-generation Broncos skyrocketed.

Introduction to RallyCross: How to Get Your Car Ready


The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) defines RallyCross as “the most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport.” In general, RallyCross refers to races with cones marking a rugged course along a combination of paved and unpaved segments.

Wood-Paneled 1972 Dodge Monaco Wagon: Stirring Memories of the Brady Bunch Era


Many of us form a bond with the cars that we grew up with. As the years march on, that’s giving a lift to ‘70s and ‘80s vehicles as new classics.

Arizona Man Discovers a Trove of Added Features in a 1931 Barn-Find 1931 Truck


David Stanton, a Phoenix man who restores windows for historic homes, spent years looking for an antique Ford to refurbish.

2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10 Viper Truck Is the Ultimate Burnout Machine


For a brief three-year run, truck fans with deep pockets could acquire perhaps the greatest tire-killing machine of all time.

German Automaker Names Car-Paint Color After a Rebellious Pensioner


The row of homes where 84-year-old pensioner Peter Maddox parks his yellow car is considered one of the most beautiful roads in England.

Changing Your Oil: A Step-by-Step Guide


Changing your oil is a critical automotive maintenance task. Depending on the type of car you drive, an oil change is recommended every three to six months—or every 5,000 to 7,500 miles.

This Hummer-Like Monster Truck Was Built from Scratch


Jens Albrecht’s inspiration was his trusty Hummer, seen here doing what comes natural. British Columbia-based Jens Albrecht, whose business now is rental homes, was a tire dealer in 2001.

To Increase Your Car’s Power, Shave Weight


If you’re a speed demon, you probably love raw horsepower. But slow down for a minute to consider what really matters for performance: power-to-weight ratio.

April Fool’s Pranks for Gearheads


April 1st is the perfect time to pull a prank on the auto enthusiasts in your life. If you have a friend who spends more time polishing their ride than mowing their lawn, then check out these automotive practical jokes to grind their gears—all in good fun.


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