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The latest member of the Edmunds long-term test fleet is a 1989 Yugo GVL, purchased in Boise, ID, for $950. No, seriously.

All-Time All-Americans

We combed through the thousands of reviews we've written over the last ten years, to bring you the ten most viewed, ever, in terms of American metal.

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For its latest video, Petrolicious looks at two pieces of classic American iron and the man who keeps them on the road.

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MotorWeek's retro review video series profiles the 1992 Porsche 968, a four-cylinder coupe with good handling but few buyers.

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After a two-year pre-order program, the first batch of new black-and-gold California license plates in nearly 50 years are making their way to drivers. The tags start at $50 and can be ordered for any car, motorcycle, commercial vehicle, or trailer.

Founded By French Guys, Good Luck Clover Reminds Us Of A Dead Guy?

The new Giulia sedan got us pumped about Alfa Romeo all over again. Here are a few weird facts about the storied Italian company.

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In its latest video, Xcar interviews Jaguar's great test driver Norman Dewis. He tells some fantastic stories about the company from the '50s and '60s, including being at Le Mans in '55 and driving an XKE overnight from London to the Geneva Motor Show.

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John "Bo Duke" Schneider had this '69 Dodge Charger done up in General Lee livery, complete with that controversial Confederate flag. Now it's up for auction.

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For its latest video, Petrolicious tells the fascinating story of a woman's return to vintage motorcycle racing after an accident. Plus, the audio of her 1968 Honda CB160 revving sounds sublime.

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Jay Leno is back and he's on parade, testing out a 1952 Chrysler Imperial Dual-Cowl Phaeton Parade Car on the streets of Burbank, CA.

To kick-off the summer season, the collector vehicle experts at Hagerty have named their favorite classic convertibles for the summer months.

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Gooding & Company will auction off a rare Rothmans-liveried 1982 Porsche 956 Group C prototype, winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in '83, that could break records when it hits the block at Pebble Beach this August.

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Captain Slow is out of work. So after selling off his motorcycles, he's apparently raising some funds by selling off his 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed. And it's priced to sell.

Ranking Honda's Hot Hatch Heritage

We sort through the performance figures, practical stats, and personal feelings, to decide which Civic Si is the best ever.

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The one-of-a-kind Maserati Boomerang concept designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro is going up for auction in September, when it's estimated to go for about $4 million.

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Petrolicious shows how a pagoda-roof 1969 Mercedes 280SL continues to inspire the work of an architect in California.

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This 1941 Willys Coupe hot rod belongs to the president of the In-N-Out burger chain, and belonged to her father before her. Jay Leno has it by the garage to check it out in this latest video.

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John DeLorean gave this brand new DeLorean DMC-12 to his wife Cristina Ferrare in 1982, three years before they divorced. Now it's going up for auction, with only 13,540 miles on the odometer.

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Drive takes a look at Frontline Developments, a British resto-mod outfit that specializes in classic MGs and brings them up to exquisite modern standards.

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Xcar shows what it's really like to take part in the Mille Miglia by experiencing the entire historic rally from the seat of a Jaguar C-Type.

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The landmark millionth Corvette ever made is now beginning the process of restoration at the GM Design Center after it was swallowed up by a sinkhole last year at the National Corvette Museum.

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