A sturdy drivetrain means it doesn't need constant attention, and can still hang with the best Europe has to offer.
At $870,000, it's a bargain compared to a real one.
It's mostly used for parades and other promotional events.
An air-cooled Porsche show attracts lots of 356s, 914s, and sports racing cars. Here are the best we could find.
This Corvette has over 600 lb-ft of torque, and it could be in your driveway by the end of this week.
The sixth edition of the now-annual air-cooled Porsche show was held at the Universal Studios backlot.
The Raptor isn't Ford's only performance-minded F-150.
This Geländewagen was likely used as a military ambulance, but now it's a camper. It's also one of the rarest G's you'll ever see.
Race car? Rally car? resto-mod? Period-correct cruiser? There's no limit to what you can do.
Type 64 #03 was built in 1940 by Ferry Porsche, and it's the only one of its kind to survive.
This car competed in the 1950 24 Hours of Le Mans. But that was just the beginning.
Thanks to a mild lift, winter tires, and an adventurous owner, this 928 has gone places few other Porsches have.
This is a Kellison J5R, an American kit car from the 1950s. It's rare, pretty, and it has a V-8. You should buy it.
Want to go fast and look good doing it? Look no further than Jaguar's legendary '90s supercar.
Canadian businessman Walter Wolf wanted more out of his Countach. He helped create a legend.
It sounds as good as it drives. Which is saying something.
It finished second in class at Spa in 1964. Now, it's for sale.
Firebirds VIN #001 and VIN #002 are up for sale on eBay as a pair.