"Little Red," a Shelby prototype Mustang used to develop the 1967 GT500, was supposed to have been crushed. But Craig Jackson tracked it down.
It might not be as memorable as Cosworth's DFV V8 F1 engine, but the BDG is still a gem.
There was a time when you could stumble across an abandoned Ferrari race car and rebuild it yourself. Imagine doing that today.
The '90s were a golden age for cars. These are some of your favorites.
You really missed out, especially if you weren't alive yet.
At a factory in Hackney, London, we get to see a new-for-'65 Matchbox design go from drawing board to production line.
The Cosmo is one of Mazda's coolest cars ever. This one is in need of some attention. You should buy it.
In the early 1950s, this was one of the fastest cars in the world. Here's why it's not better known.
Headphones on for this one, folks.
A 911 styled by Bertone? Yep. It's real.
You'll never get tired of listening to that throaty straight-six.
With 763 horsepower on tap, it's no surprise Bruce Canepa's modified 959s make a wonderful noise.
One of the 24 Hyena Zagatos ever made is for sale. Built in 1992, it's not old enough to import into the States. You should buy it.
As somebody who's family still rocks a T200 Celica, I can tell you all about that sweet nineties compact sports coupé lifestyle.
Le Mans race cars make the greatest noises, don't they?
The first-ever F50 is for sale. You should buy it.
The 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza is the car Europeans wish to have come up with.
The '60s produced some of the greatest cars of all time. These are some of your favorites.
The 1960s was a golden age for legendary sports cars. Which one is your favorite?
A relatable cautionary tale.
There's really not much to this truck—and that's what makes it great.
This is why classic cars make us smile.
If so, you should buy this one before they skyrocket.
The Viper's V10 is something else.