A quick chat with Singer revealed that while their 911 restorations start at $395,000 the donor car, customers usually go well over $600,000.
This 1972 Mercedes-Benz 280SE was the bargain of the year for $7000.
It's the first RAUH-Welt Begriff 911 constructed on American shores, and it's the pride and joy of Hoonigan's Brian Scotto.
The Highway Patrol of Bologna, Italy gets another official-duty Huracan, equipped to catch speeders and transport donor organs.
Buy this fantastic Autavia from the original owner, who used it as a factory quality technician for Lotus Cars.
430 wheel horsepower is enough in a Z for those moments when you want to "smoke" somebody.
What to wear while you're on the move.
More power, more torque, more mischief. Hello darkness my old friend.
For a quarter-million dollars, is the '84 Camaro-based "DreamRyder" your dream, or your nightmare?
It's red, comes with four chimneys and just enough space for presents. On the outside.
This is Top Gear's extended cut of Matt LeBlanc not seeing the sights of London in the seat of Block's 845 horsepower Mustang.
Singe digit fuel economy is irrelevant in the world of second gear burnouts with traction control on.
If you want to get your country's former president to his final resting place no matter what, the UAZ is a solid choice.
The chase might be better than the catch, but in this case, they have people taking care of that too.
Even though values are going up, they aren't all sitting in museums or garages.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is the strongest statement on wheels. It's as true today as it was at the car's debut in 2003.
A 2200-lb. Integra GSR with a high-compression naturally-aspirated engine and a lightweight flywheel just begs to be revved.
Lapo's Garage Italia customized a BMW i3 and i8 for the Paris Motor Show. There was champagne, naturally.
The 'collectors and patrons of the Phantom Zenith Collection' will be very happy campers indeed.
What was that? It sure sounded more than 42 horsepower.
Akira Nakai went to Philadelphia to build a guy his dream car in two days. In front of his whole family. Here's how he does his magic.
100 years of the Ultimate Driving Machines.
Nick Leventis uses this incredibly rare Ferrari F50 as his grocery getter—usually with his dog in the passenger seat.
That cheap F-body for sale? Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, trash it, change it, upgrade it.
Sapphire crystal cases are the next big thing in high-end timepieces.
Sure, the Rod Laver is for tennis, but it also is perfect for driving. And that's what really matters.
It looks pretty good, too.