Old Buicks and little trains. Big money in them it seems.
There have been improvements.
The Mini also appeared on "Top Gear."
The Ferrari beat the high estimate of $17 million.
He kept coming "Back Home Again in Indiana" for decades.
Poking fun at rival Mercedes, but maybe sabotaging his audition.
She hopes to secure sponsorship for those races soon.
It helped him win the 2001 F1 championship.
Celebrities will still be a part of the show, but instead of dying on the way there, they may die while attempting to drive half of a car.
The new Popemobile, it's not. But after being blessed and autographed, it'll be auctioned for charity.
It's the first of several "mini-documentaries."
They discuss design and process details.
And perhaps in both WEC and F1 at the same time.
Join our hosts Jessi and Patrick as they take "the gamble" and find out whether or not their $500 jalopy will survive the Gambler 500 on this episode of "The List."
How will the show replace him?
R.M. Sotheby's will auction Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' BMW Z8 roadster.
Included is his first-in-production 1953 Buick.