After being destroyed in a race in the 1990s, this '71 911 was rebuilt and turned into the perfect long-distance traveler.
Here's your chance to own Shelby's million-dollar GT40-powered Mustang crown jewel.
There are tons of weird, wacky cars out there. Which do you like most?
If bigger is better, these wings are the best.
This is just a bit too much.
Is a mid-engine C8 Corvette on its way? Here's all the evidence supporting that rumor.
This unique-sounding Cayman has piqued our interest.
It might sound like a cheaper alternative with real benefits, but it's actually incredibly dangerous.
After 51 years of ownership, Kathleen Brooks got a special surprise from VW USA: A full restoration on her 1967 Beetle.
Where did these cars come from?
Wagon lovers, we have some bad news.
We wish all supercars sounded this good.
The Le Mans racer with a Chevy V8 makes a legendary noise.
This is one of the most outrageous front-wheel drive cars we've ever seen.
You might not think Alaska has a bunch of American muscle hiding in its barns. You'd be wrong.
This is one hell of a restoration shop.
Because Ford is killing the Fiesta stateside, we won't get this new rally car version. But it's still super cool.
You never see Panoz Roadsters out and about. This one seems like the perfect obscure track special.
Drifting is banned from public 'Ring sessions. That didn't stop these people.
Once in awhile, carmakers introduce something completely unexpected.
The '90s were great for semi-secret performance cars.
Here's a taste of what Chevy's newest race car will sound like. And your first look at its tail lights.
Finally, a Prius we can all enjoy.
This car is almost comically wide. Oh, and it can rev to 10,000 RPM.
It's one of the greatest-sounding V8s ever. Which vehicle do you think deserves this swap the most?