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Aston Martin earlier this month took the wraps off the DB11, its all-new grand touring coupe. Like any top-spec Aston, a 12-cylinder beast of a motor lives under the hood—although it’s not the same 6.0-liter mill derived from Ford that the company has produced since 1999.
July and August are traditionally very busy months for vehicle sellers, as people tend to come into the dealership more often than any other time of year.
Looking for ways to get more traction from your Vehicles and Parts listings? Well, you’re in luck: eBay has a bunch of free webinars for dealers, hosted by top-level Motors account managers.
eBay Motors is excited to announce the release of our new merchandising and inventory tool for vehicle sellers, the eBay Motors Vehicle Merchandising Platform.
As part of eBay Motors’ recent acquisition of Cargigi, we now have a new inventory and merchandising platform.
They say fashion is ephemeral—but style is eternal. If that’s true, then what’s happened to the whitewall tire?
You have to hand it to the designers from Detroit. They knew how to get attention, as they did by calling a 1970 Dodge Challenger “Plum Purple.” That name and color stuck in the car buyer’s mind, and continues to garner attention to classic examples like this one on eBay.
While electronic engine controls have enabled engineers to create more powerful and fuel-efficient cars, they’ve also created a barrier between automotive technology and the home mechanic.
When the aerodynamically-optimized Dodge Charger Daytona took the NASCAR world by storm in 1969, Ford responded with the pointy-nosed Torino King Cobra.
Automakers want even their most exotic high-performance vehicles to remain accessible to common drivers.
One of our favorite topics on the eBay Motors blog is tires. That’s because tires (as well as wheels) can be the most direct way to modify the performance of your car.
Spare tires are an endangered species. In a world where wheel sizes have ballooned to the point where it’s not uncommon to find 20-inch rims on an affordable coupe, the amount of space required to carry a full-size spare has nixed their inclusion in a wide variety of vehicles.
A small coach building company called Officine Stampaggi Industriali (OSI) was formed in Turin in 1960.
The Volvo Amazon might be most famous for being the first US-market car to be offered with standard three-point seat belts, but dig a little deeper into Volvo lore and you’ll turn up the 123GT model.
Vintage open-wheel race cars are the top dogs of the vintage racing circuit. The idea of actually owning and racing a top-notch team would be pure fantasy, right?
If you’re not a fan of tent camping but don’t have the funds for a motorhome, there’s another option to consider: a full-size van with a pop-up camper.
What happens when you need the versatility of a pickup truck bed, but don’t necessarily want to drive a full-time truck?
This is the third article in our three-part guide on OEM versus aftermarket parts. In the first installment, we established the basic terms.
Have you ever looked at a classic car and had this thought? Wow, it’s so beautiful—if only it had a modern motor in it to give it a little more grunt, it would be perfect.