It was swallowed whole in a bizarre accident. Then GM’s “signature restoration” on the one-millionth Corvette brought it back to life.
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In 1962 just two years before Ford introduced the Mustang and helped create a new segment that would carry the “pony car” designation the same way that all self … More
How far will a grand take you at car guy meccas Pebble Beach Week and the Woodward Dream Cruise?
The third week of August is arguably the biggest automotive su … More
The Mazda strafes the New Mexico desert like a red bullet, its tiny rotary engine spinning 80 times every second. Surprisingly, little of that mayhem gets to th … More
A weekend warrior and his 160-mph slingshot dragster
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Once upon a time, during the era of big hair, roadies and rock and roll, vans reigned supreme. As a symbol of that supremacy, look no further than the chrome si … More
Donald Osborne is a regular face in the concours crowd. We sent him to an import show to see what he could see.
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Remember when we thought the droptops were doomed?
The evolution of the convertible in America had a Jurassic Park moment. During the 1970s, dinosaurs with ret … More
The day the silver 1960 Mercedes-Benz 300SL rolled up to
24 Sussex Drive, a Victorian mansion traditionally used as the home of Canada's Prime Minister, Canada … More
Inside The Broadcasting Booth With Sam Posey
Tony Hulman purchased the Indianapolis Motor Speedway shortly after World War II. A wealthy patriarch, he plowed a … More