Available as a 1992 car for a lot of cash straight from your Pontiac dealer.
According to you.
The 80s were a golden age for fun cars. Which ones do you think are the best?
With early models just becoming legal for import, the mid-engine Kei car is at the top of every JDM car fan's mind.
Land Rover only shipped over 500 examples of the 110 for the US. Now, it's one of the most sought-after 4x4s ever.
We wish every engine rebuild was this quick.
These cars are pretty much guaranteed to cost a fortune in repairs and maintenance, but we want them anyways.
Yes, it's been that long since 1999.
Yes, there's a hyper-rare Corvette that you can actually afford.
Nissan's NISMO division will now sell new parts for the legendary R32 GT-R.
With just 34,000 Sunday driver miles, this is the exact type of well-loved vehicle we yearn to buy.
In 1989, the four-cylinder Lotus Esprit Turbo SE was faster than a V12-powered Ferrari Testarossa, while also costing a lot less money.
It may look like a modified Defender, but it's actually a Discovery underneath.
If you're looking for an iconic car that can take you there and back every day of the week, it's hard to beat a Mark 2 Golf GTI 16V.
This little hatchback wasn't just great on its own—it was big enough to fit an entire second mode of transportation.
The '70s had a ton of fantastic driving machines. Which ones do you think are the best?
The homologation special is famous for its results on the track. But it actually makes for a damn good road car too.
No GPS, no satellite radio, and nation without a unified highway system. Here's how your grandparents did it.
You can now purchase an Aston Martin owned by one of the Beatles.
Described as a "one-car accident" by Ralph Nader, the Corvair's hairy cornering behavior started the automotive safety movement.
Building the first and only four-cam, 32-valve V8 to grace a Corvette required lots of attention to detail.
Nothing can prepare you for all the wonders you'll experience behind the wheel of rallying's most famous car.
Singer Vehicle Design and Williams F1 have worked together to create a 911 restoration like no other.
GNX #003 will be sold January at Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale auction. It won't be cheap.
Rear-engined, rear-wheel drive, tuned by Gordini for eternal rally glory.