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Jaguar Classic celebrated the 85th running of the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race this past weekend at Classic Works, the automaker’s new Coventry-based facility for classic Jaguar owners.
eBay’s project to build a head-turning classic Mustang—during and in between live car events throughout the summer—is on schedule.
Like many collector cars we revere today—from the Duesenberg and Cord to the Cobra—the Amphicar was a spectacular failure.
Tony Arme, the owner of American Legends Hot Rods and Muscle Cars in Phoenix, prides himself on turning a client’s vision for a dream car into reality.
If the Toyota Camry isn’t the first car that comes to mind when you think about race-inspired performance, you’re not alone.
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.
Anybody who has restored a classic car knows you can’t do it all by yourself. And yet, collaborating with fellow car-builders—who have different tastes, areas of expertise, and levels of skill—can be tricky.
Beginning in 1966, car historian Tad Burness published a syndicated column called “Auto Album,” which featured his detailed yet playful illustrations combined with fascinating facts about cars.
With an iconic car like this, you have to wonder: what’s cooler, the car or its history? It’s a black 2009 Corvette ZR1 coupe with a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 producing a whopping 638 horsepower, coupled to a six-speed manual.
If you’re enjoying summertime driving with the top down, it’s a good time to reflect on the time when convertibles disappeared from American showrooms.
It’ll be fun to follow along as Rutledge Wood restores a ‘67 Mustang Fastback only using parts he finds on eBay.
Bob Pelikan and a group of fellow gearheads from Half Moon Bay, Calif. have a long tradition of meeting for breakfast every Saturday.
Rut explains his vision for the eBay ’67 Mustang Fastback. Rutledge Wood and the crew rolled into Carlisle, Penn.
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.
It’s car-show season, folks. Whether you enjoy the informal vibe of Cars and Coffee events and cruise nights, or the more serious certification programs and concourses, car shows are a great way to meet fellow enthusiasts.
A VW microbus covered with grass. A woman’s dress shoe on wheels. An Edsel transformed into a dump truck.
Lobby card for American Graffiti, signed by cast members. Jeff Hamrick is obsessed with American Graffiti, the 1973 George Lucas cult movie that pays tribute to teenagers cruising in their cars and listening to rock and roll.
A successful classic-car restoration starts with a vision. For Rutledge Wood and his team—who are now working with eBay to restore a ’67 Mustang Fastback in the coming months—collaboration is the key.
New automotive lighting technology provides brighter and more efficient options for today’s motorists.
Let’s imagine that you were in charge of restoring a classic ’67 Mustang. You would face a few thorny questions.