All the others are Highland Green or black. This one is Kona Blue.
This Mustang would be cool even without the Bullitt connection
Triumph ridden by Steve McQueen to be displayed at Salon Privé.
Lithium battery technology company Alternet Systems announced Tuesday the formation of a new company that will build an electric motorcycle based on the classic 1938 BMW R71 motorcycle with sidecar used by German troops during World War II and by Steve McQueen to outrun them in the 1963 film "The Great Escape."
There may be no hotter marque than Porsche at the moment, with classic models skyrocketing in price and new models in higher demand than ever. So it was no surprise when the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles announced its newest exhibition would highlight the Stuttgart automaker. The museum has done a stellar job of gathering vehicles for new exhibits since its remodel two years ago, the "Seeing Red: 70 Years of Ferrari" display coming quickly to mind.
While it doesn't need roads, or even dry land, it'll be road legal
This on top of the likely Barrett-Jackson auction Jan. 19.
Million-dollar pants, anyone?
This one was on camera and behind it.
"By starting the race side by side, we will be demonstrating the new ties forged between the ACO and Formula One," said Automobile Club de l'Ouest president Pierre Fillon, who will join Carey.
Here's a cool way to spend a million.
The famed and respected expert on the authenticity of vintage Fords has examined the car and is "100 percent sure it’s authentic."
The evidence is thin, and so's the story, but it's compelling.
Jaguar Classic will soon show a completed XKSS continuation car and the Lightweight E-Type will go racing with a famous driver behind the wheel.
Steve McQueen had one, before crashing his. A similar NART Spider was auctioned at RM Auctions' Monterey event in 2013, for a staggering $27.5 million.
At The Exceptional Sale in Paris on Nov. 4, Christie's will auction a 1971 Porsche 911 T used by Steve McQueen as his personal ride during the filming of Le Mans.
New film documents the making of one of Steve McQueen's Le Mans, one of the most legendary racing movies of all time, with unseen archival footage. Watch the trailer right here.
Watch as a Ford GT40 takes a triumphant drive at sunset around Miller Motorsports Park in a short video. It's a great way to consider the upcoming 50th anniversary of the racecar's first Le Mans victory.