Winters are long in Siberia.
This Bugatti Veyron replica could be yours for just $60,000, but you might want to look closely – because a 2001 Mercury Cougar is the donor car.
Superformance celebrates the GT40's victory at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans with a limited run of exacting replicas of the Shelby-American team's GT40 MKIIs.
Classic Recreations is now offering its continuation Shelby Mustang with the Ford F-150's EcoBoost V6 engine, offering throwback styling and plenty of torque with less weight and lower fuel consumption.
A provision in the recently passed highway bill means that boutique manufacturers can create 325 reproduction vehicles a year with government certification. Customers can buy these vehicles with a full powertrain, and the makers can export them to some other countries.
The bipartisan Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act (H.R. 2675) being proposed in Congress would open the door the small-scale manufacturing of turn-key replica cars with a new set of NHTSA and EPA standards.
Revology Cars offers continuation Ford Mustangs (or replicas, depending on your point of view) that look just like the original from the mid-Sixties but come packed with modern features and a factory warranty.
Rod Temporo and his team in New Zealand work out of a chicken shed, but they create exacting replicas of vintage racers from scratch. This 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO might not be an authentic example, but the years of work in its creation are an astounding example of automotive artistry.
If Field of Dreams had been made about an automotive enthusiast, its most famous line would need to have been, "If you build it, they will come... and then build their own replicas of yours." More evidence of that comes from Polish amateur mechanic Jack Mazur, who decided to build a copy of his dream car, the McLaren F1.
Chevrolet is apparently making it harder to experience even parts of its $75,000, track-biased Camaro Z/28. The entire 500-car production run for the 2014 model year is already either sold or at least reserved by dealers. And it will be months before assembly of the roughly 2,500-car, 2015 model-
If you thought it seemed a little odd that Poland – a country without much of a history of producing exportable cars – would suddenly come out with a high-performance supercar, well... we're afraid you may be right. Because the latest reports out of the Eastern European country suggest that the Arrinera project is nothing more than a reclothed replicar.
Replica carmakers take notice: Daimler will not tolerate copies of its signature Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. At all. And if you fail to heed this warning and build a full-size replica of a 300 SL gullwing, justice will come down like three tons of bricks upon your unlicensed creation.
One of our all-time favorite concept car from Ford remains the GT90. As a modern interpretation of the Ferrari-besting GT-40, the GT90 offered all of the early '90s angles we could stand along with a 750-horsepower V12 engine and a theoretical top speed of 235 miles per hour.