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A Rare and Collectible BMW 2002 Tii—But It’s a Project

The two-liter BMW 2002 was something new when it debuted in 1968—a pretty European sports sedan that was also fuel efficient and relatively inexpensive to buy ($2,850).

This Topless Grand Cherokee Starred in a Tommy Hilfiger Ad

Convertible SUVs are not a new thing. The Ford Bronco, Chevy Blazer, GMC Jimmy, and Dodge Ramcharger have all offered removable hardtops at some point, and the Jeep Wrangler continues to feature a door-less, roof-less option.

A Four-Door Corvette? Chevrolet Made a Few in the Late 1970s

Have you ever looked at a classic Chevrolet Corvette and thought how perfect it would be if only it had four doors?

Six Things to Consider When Buying a Dashboard Camera

Nearly two decades ago, police departments started equipping their cruisers with dashboard cameras to create a record of traffic stops.

Sporty Fiats Invade the Bondurant Driving Course

The sights and sounds of high-revving Dodge Challengers and Vipers are familiar to auto enthusiasts at the famous Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.

Mopar Celebrates 80th Birthday with Limited-Edition 392 Dodge Challengers

Mopar is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year with the production of a limited-edition 2017 R/T 392 Dodge Challenger.

Rare ’65 Studebaker Wagonaire Offers a Retractable Roof

The GMC Envoy reprised the Wagonaire’s sliding panel in 2004. Do you remember the 2004 GMC Envoy XUV and its retractable roof that opened the utility vehicle’s rear to the elements?

Taking Your Car to the Track: The Ultimate Guide

Driving your very own car on the track is one of the most rewarding activities a performance fan can experience.

Need to Match Paint Colors? Use an Old-School Feeler Gauge

A feeler gauge is an old-school tool used to measure the width of a gap. The device was once an absolute necessity for every mechanic’s toolbox.

‘81 Porsche 928S Found in a Chicago Garage After 24 Years

The European-spec low-mileage automatic 1981 Porsche 928S now listed on eBay was discovered a couple of months ago in a backyard garage in suburban Chicago.

1968 Mazda Cosmo Sport Launched the Automaker’s Rotary Revolution

Fifty years ago, a small car company in Japan took a big risk on a technology that had never been put into a production vehicle.

1967 Camaro Restomod: Muscle-Car Styling Meets Serious Track Power

The builders of this ’67 Camaro RS/SS pro-touring ragtop, now listed on eBay, did everything right. They chose the best late-model Chevrolet components for optimum performance and skillfully packaged them under the hood with some subtle but appropriate modifications.

The Beautiful Boat-Tail Car, Featured on a 1924 Citroën

Some automotive styling trends are practical, such as aerodynamic streamlining that has the double benefit of making cars run more fuel efficiently and look cooler.

Eliminate Blind Spots with an Add-On Backup Camera

Most basic backup camera systems include all the necessary wiring and a LCD display. Every year, there are thousands of accidents in which children and pets are injured (and even killed) because a driver did not see them in the rear-view or side mirrors.

The American Influence on the British Humber Super Snipe

In 1938, the maker of Britain’s Pullman limo put its four-liter six-cylinder engine into the company’s Snipe luxury sedan—and the Super Snipe was born.

Restoring a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS with Its Powerful Options

The ’69 Camaro was the last of the first-generation models—Chevrolet’s answer to the Ford Mustang that emerged in 1967.

1938 Studebaker K10 Pickup: A Great Early Example of Raymond Loewy Design

The impact of the famed industrial designer Raymond Loewy on American design cannot be overstated. He’s the man behind the iconic look of the classic Coca Cola bottle, the Greyhound Bus, and some of the most beautiful automotive creations ever produced—most notably for Studebaker.

A Mostly New 1988 Stutz Bearcat, Like the One Elvis Owned

Let’s get straight right away that the Stutz Bearcat II—like the one currently offered on eBay— has absolutely nothing in common with the original, which debuted in 1912.

Taking Your Car to the Track: The Ultimate Guide

Driving your very own car on the track is one of the most rewarding activities a performance fan can experience.

2017 Arizona Auction Week Brought Out the Rock Stars

Celebrities took center stage at the 2017 Arizona auction week, which concluded last weekend. Burt Reynolds, Justin Bieber, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bubba Watson, Michael Phelps, and Floyd Mayweather were among the famous faces at Barrett-Jackson’s 46th annual Scottsdale event.