The '90s were a golden age for cars. These are some of your favorites.
We wish every engine rebuild was this quick.
Yes, there's a hyper-rare Corvette that you can actually afford.
This doesn't make a year and a half seem that bad!
The homologation special is famous for its results on the track. But it actually makes for a damn good road car too.
Nothing can prepare you for all the wonders you'll experience behind the wheel of rallying's most famous car.
The mid-1960s had some seriously pretty performance coupes. This might be the pick of the bunch.
From the Falcon-based 1964 1/2 original to today's fire-breathing Shelby GT350R, this is how the Mustang has changed over five decades.
Even with a century of wear and tear, that 14-liter straight-six still pulls like new.
The Santler 3½-HP Dogcart is basically a park bench with wheels and an engine.
Not bad for a kit car based off a 50-year old Le Mans racer.
All of the luxury and style of a classic Rolls, 550 horsepower. Jonathan Ward's done it again.
That boxy look has only gotten better with age.
Keep the speed up, and you'll be passing cars until the end of time.
Some of the sweetest classic Italian metal is coming up for sale later this month. Here are our favorites.
BMW perfectionists: This is the car for you.
This super-clean BMW M1 can occupy a spot in your garage for the low price of just $658,000.