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The Petersen Museum's two Japanese-themed exhibitions will take you further into JDM history than a year's worth of Tokyo car-spotting.
The Honda Beat has a redline of around 8500 rpm. The engine doesn't cut out until well past 9000.
The authentic Bond-driven Aston will be auctioned off during Bonhams' Festival of Speed sale in July.
None of these cars achieved their goals, but they're still worth celebrating.
Big American V8s never disappoint.
Modified to race with a brand new engine, this is the perfect Stratos for someone who actually likes to drive their cars.
Or, why we love the Mercedes G-Wagen and Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.
Lots of great cars never get the chance they deserve.
One of the most unique executive sedans in America has been on sale for over a decade. Prices have hit an all-time low.
At least, that's what it sounds like at full-throttle.
This 2005 Pontiac GTO has just 43 miles on the clock. It's basically new, and now, it can be yours.
The sale comes in spite of Ford making new GT owners to sign an agreement to keep their cars for two years.
The ultimate '80s Mustang hatch.
Superfan, commentator, entertainment: John Hindhaugh is the force behind radio Le Mans.
People love to complain about these cars, but they shouldn't.
Small displacement, high cylinder-count. It's a formula that always produces a good noise.
The Regal T-Type proved the V8 wasn't the be-all end-all.
Sometimes, manufacturers fill tires with pure nitrogen instead of just normal air. Here's why.
In an Elise, strategizing your drive on the freeway is just a way of life.
With some cheap bolt-ons, the 2004 SVT Cobra is a near-500-hp car.
The Aznom Atulux, a Ram pickup-based luxury sedan, is atrocious. But there's a nugget of truth in this idea.
There are tons of under-appreciated cars out there. Which one deserves more recognition?
Japan has brought the world some of the best cars on earth. Here are some of the greatest.