Range Rover? No. It's 1969, and there's no such thing as a Range Rover. This is a VELAR.
This car, chassis #GT/108, is one of the most important GT40s in history.
Steep price for a piece of history.
Back in 1990 when Motorweek compared the two, the Nissan came away the easy winner.
With victories at the Nurburgring and Le Mans, a World Sportscar Championship title, this is Aston's finest race car.
The Alfaholics GTA R is "driving at its very best," according to Top Gear host Chris Harris.
One of rally's greatest eras gave birth to two incredible homologation specials. They're as good now as they were nearly 20 years ago.
If you live in Japan.
And we're not talking about the small ones. The 930's rear wing can hold 40 proper bottles from Stuttgart's best.
Back in 1994, Callaway created one of the most beautiful—and most capable—Corvettes ever. The SuperNatural LM.
What used to be the extravagant collection of a British doctor became JLR's stash wmore than 600 classics, prototypes and stunt cars.
Originally, this Beetle likely made around 40 horsepower. Now it makes at well over 300.
The seller describes it as being in "as-jumped" condition.
Piper Cars was a late-sixties dream that never reached the heights of Marcos or TVR, let alone Lotus.
Do you remember the Venturi? Were you aware that it was a thing?
One of 1281 delivered to the Italian military, this 1952 Alfa Matta is yours for $55,000.
LA Workshop 5001 proves Singer isn't the only shop that can hyper-restore an air-cooled 911.
When was the last time you saw one this nice?
Not all classic Ferraris are museum pieces.
After building a legendary wagon with Porsche, Audi Sport stepped up to the challenge of coming up with a worthy successor.
NSU's first luxury model was Europe's most advanced four-door in 1967. Too bad it was doomed from the start.
Harry Metcalfe takes us through all the little things that make the first NSX such a blast to drive.
Rare footage shows two Bugatti prototypes from 1991 being pushed to the ragged edge while being chased by a dog.
Because we totally forgot.