4 Articles

Here's some extra happy news, especially if you're into that whole turbocharged, AWD rally thing. Autocar reports that legendary English engine tuner Cosworth has gotten its mitts all over the mighty Subaru WRX STI. Described as a "one-off, special project," it sounds as if Cosworth will be tweaking the engine, suspension and body. Long story short: YES!

Tim Allen appears to be thinning the herd a little as far as his personal auto fleet's concerned. As a result, you now have the opportunity to own a lightly-used 2006 Corvette Z06 with a legit celebrity connection for what amounts to fair market value. The car's basically stock save for its powder-coated wheels and has a "Buy It Now" option set at $60K. More interesting than the Z06, however, are some of the other cars in Tim's garage, as you can see above. The old Bronco's cool for sure. Ditto

When the FIA introduced the Group B regulations for rallying in the early eighties, many of the major automakers created roadgoing homologation specials to satisfy the required minimum of 200 production copies. Group B cars ranged from the MG Metro 6R4 and Peugeot 205Ti16 to the Porsche 959 and Ferrari 288 GTO. Ford created its own Group B special to contest the World Rally Championship called the RS200. The 250hp mid-engined coupe only got to compete for one year before Group B was canceled at