With three sub-4000-mile F40s going up for sale in the next few weeks, it seems that the world will never run out of low-mileage F40s.
In order to have a perfect paint job, you have to start with a perfect surface.
Calling all Ferrari collectors.
They seem simple on the outside, but automatic transmission gear selectors actually contain a bunch of complex engineering.
While North Georgia has some great classic car deals to offer, it's South Carolina where all the Italian rarities hide, in a barn.
With a fine painting pen and some touch-up paint, you can get the front of your car looking fresh right at home.
If you're ever in doubt, just follow the owner's manual.
That's $100,000 over its original MSRP.
None of these are headache-free like a Corolla, but style never comes easy.
Don't be like these car owners.
This F1 is one of just 64 road cars, and the first of just seven cars federalized for US street use.
In addition to being the executive director of the McLaren Technology Group, Zak Brown is a big car collector.
...and why not every flat engine is a boxer.
This video explains all the steps necessary to repair frame rust—provided it hasn't spread too much, that is.
Who needs a Cayman when you can build an MR2 with a hot engine and a sorted chassis.
Wish Ford made a competitor to the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon? Lebanon Ford of Ohio has you covered.
Here's a simple explainer video showing you how to replace one of your car's most common wear items.
DBR1 chassis number one is expected to fetch over $20 million at RM Sotheby's Monterey auction.
This neat explainer video breaks down all the little systems that send fuel into your engine.
Goodwood is just around the corner, and as usual, Bonhams has all the goodies ready for some vintage racing.
Why don't automakers shut down shady dealers that engage in dubious practices? Oftentimes, it's because they're powerless to do so.
This kind of rebuild is not for the faint of heart.
With the engine from an E36 M3 and Porsche-derived all-wheel drive, this has got to be the wildest homebrew rally car we've seen.
The 1999-2004 Porsche 911 was much maligned when new, but speculators think it's about to become collectible. Not so fast.
One of racing's most famous engines gets a teardown, and we all get to watch.