Last week, we showed you how to use a multimeter to measure voltage—or, more accurately, to verify that voltage is present—which is the most common reason you’d … More
After three months, 20,000 photos, and more than our share of hurdles (especially finding parts), we’ve completed another Redline Rebuild time lapse video. This … More
Nirvana will descend upon the Corvette crowd in 18 months.
Chevy is celebrating the Corvette’s 65th birthday with a lavish 2018 model range, a few product upgr … More
From Indiana farm boy to Mercedes-Benz foreign agent to owner of a 1957 300SC—one of the rarest Mercedes ever built—88-year-old Kent Emigh has lived a life the … More
Plenty of people are well-versed in the bygone glories of vintage NASCAR and Formula One racing. Colorado hill climbs and dirt track drag racing? Not so much.
If you love cars, then you probably loved car toys. Maybe you still do. Plenty of car enthusiasts can trace their interest in automobiles to early childhood, ba … More
My dad has owned a lot of cars, not because he can afford to buy whatever happens to catch his eye but because he has always opted for used cars. [For crying ou … More
While the new Dodge Demon has been burning up the internet, another variant of the Dodge Challenger, the GT, has been flying under the radar—even though it can … More
There’s no better example of the spirit embodied by Packard Motor Car Company’s classic advertising tagline “Ask the man who owns one!” than what I experience e … More
Almost everyone wants to know where their old car has been. Does it have a racing history? Did someone important own it? When did it get bigger carburetors and … More