No matter if you're restoring a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL "Gullwing" from a rusted-out barn find shell, or just repairing accident damage, you want to use the best, most accurate body parts for it. Mercedes-Benz has now stepped in and made factory quality body parts available for the 1950s classic supercar.
A fun time at the drag strip went bad for the owner of a 1,000-horsepower Toyota Celica, after a hard launch sheared the lug nuts from a drive wheel.
BMW will take center stage at Goodwood with a 328 Mille Miglia Roadster, a Brabham BT52 F1 car, and a Le Mans-winning V12 LMR featured on the sculpture.
This heavily modified, air-cooled Porsche 911 has been built as a tribute to Porsche's legendary Safari models and is slated for auction on April 10.
The vintage Ferrari ran at the Mille Miglia, 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Le Mans, and was driven by two Formula 1 world champions during its career.
Fiat's Abarth performance division has launched a new heritage program to restore and certify its historic vehicles and secure the history of the marque - all under the watchful eye of the founder's widow.
Petrolicious is going to Italy to test... a Porsche? Despite being the home of Italy's finest supercars, this family is in love with Stuttgart's finest.
Car Throttle drives the BMW 3.0 CSL 'Batmobile,' the '70s coupe that led to the BMW M division and, in motorsports trim, a whole bunch of race victories.
A mere $3 could win you a twin-charged, 805-hp Dodge Challenger Hellcat. If that isn't enough to tempt you, you could also score a 1970 Challenger 440 R/T.
When it comes to rare Ford Mustangs, the original Cobra R is in a class of its own. But even after 20 years, it's still "a total sweetheart."
Lamborghini puts a greater emphasis on its own heritage with the Polo Storico division, charged with maintaining classic Lambos and archiving their history.
The new Hagerty Market Rating tool measures the overall strength of the classic car market, providing a wide view that counterbalances the headlines from frenzied auction sales. Using 15 data points from eight categories, including sales between private owners, it generates a single number from 0 to 100 to gauge the state of the market.
A couple of weeks ago Xcar posted a teaser review of the Ford Model T, a look at what the British duo would have been doing if they'd been doing their thing for 100 years. Now we have their complete, 12-minute take on the what might be, as they say, "arguably the most important car of the 20th century."
It's back to the past with MotorWeek for a video dive into the 1986.5 Volkswagen Scirocco 16V, the coupe that carried the pennant for VW's performance aspirations for 15 years, from 1974 to 1989.
Drive serves up a five-minute video of John Pogson, an Englishman who's been restoring Ferraris for decades, discussing the ups and downs of a car that perhaps had the best shoulder pads of that whole decade.
Since no one seems to want to follow my advice and erase all memory of the 1980s, every so often, I stumble upon something like this – a video showing the highlights of the 1987 Chicago Auto Show. And it's terrible. Yet oddly priceless.
This weekend will see the world's collector car crowds descend on Las Vegas, NV for one of the biggest shows on Barrett-Jackson's popular auction circuit. There are hundreds of vehicles up for bidding, ranging from a brand-new Lamborghini Aventador to a spattering of Art Deco classics and a huge swath of classic muscle cars.
We really like the idea of resto-modding: taking something old, fitting modern components and accouterments and putting it back on the road. It's the single best way to preserve classic designs for future generations while making sure that the horrible, antiquated driving experiences aren't there to scare people off.