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Regarded as first serialized hardtop.

It's fully restored in Caspian Blue.

You don't need a Subaru to get to the mountains.

This 1983 Buick LeSabre Estate is just what you need for snowboarding trips in the Mountain Time Zone!

We look back at Irish cars and the impact of the Irish auto industry in honor of St. Patrick's Day on March 17.

Gotta whole lotta love for Goodyear's bigger, faster airship.

Top speed: 73 mph.

Mercedes performance brand's director explains expansion, from line-built engines to the Hypercar.

There are more than 40 AMG models currently.

The first model year for the legendary A-Body Dodge Darts.

With slant-6 power and a pushbutton-controlled automatic transmission, this 1963 Dodge Dart got the job done for more than a half-century. Now its driving days are over, and its final parking spot is in a Denver self-service wrecking yard.

One of the most incomprehensible car names in automotive history.

Nearly all the Charades are gone, but this one showed up in a Denver self-service wrecking yard recently.

Juan Manuel Fangio was briefly held in an attempt to embarrass the Cuban government.

One of the last of the old-school Dodge sedans.

A champagne pink 1988 Dodge Diplomat, complete with the luxurious Salon trim package.

Was Jac Nasser right all along?

A bad idea then is a better idea now.

On this episode, we interview the hosts of Beyond Yacht Rock to talk smooth music and smooth cars. Plus some car buying advice.

Drink this and don't drive.

The taxi is in decline, but the Taxi Cocktail never goes out of style.

Where Motor meets Parts through the years.

The cheapest new BMW Americans could buy in 1996.

The entry-level US-market BMW of the middle 1990s, and one of the more uncommon examples of the junkyard-plentiful E36 3 Series. Spotted in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service yard recently.

We drive everything, but here's what we spent our own money on in 2016.

We all know about the Merkur XR4Ti, but how about the much rarer Scorpio?

A very rare first-year Merkur Scorpio (sold in Europe as the Ford Scorpio) in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.

The Deuce-and-a-Quarter was smaller in the late 1970s, but still majestic.

GM downsized the Electra for the 1977 model year, but this '78 was still a nautical-grade, box-shaped highway cruiser with acres of soft velour inside.

Toyota's museum covers all of automotive history, not just its own. We think that's neat.

A first-year example of GM's ambitious but flawed mid-engined two-seater.

The Fiero was a very ambitious project that didn't pay off so well for General Motors. Here's a discarded example in a California junkyard.

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