Perhaps you built one of the Visible V-8 model kits that became popular in the 1960s and are still sold today. Or maybe you’ve been fascinated by the stunningly … More
Although Corvette performance and styling softened in the mid-1970s (and prices steadily rose), the period proved to be one of the most successful for Chevy’s … More
Mention Mazda, and most people immediately recall the million-selling Miata MX-5 roadster, built for the last 26 years. But the company hit a home-run 20 years … More
As Ford rolls out the new GT to eager customers, you can’t help but consider just how lucky all of those new owners are. And by “all,” we mean “few.”
Hewn from … More
If the Corvette is America’s sports car, then the Bricklin SV-1—love or hate it—is Canada’s.
Built in New Brunswick beginning in 1974, the project was a massiv … More
It’s enormous. Literally and figuratively. Longer than the current Cadillac Escalade, styled wilder than any modern Lexus, and more eye-catching than the bright … More
The 3-series BMW is still the go-to benchmark for any compact rear wheel-drive sedan with an ounce of sporting pretention. The U.S.’s first brush with the 3-ser … More
The 924 was Porsche’s most controversial car. By the company’s own admission, it polarized people from the start.
The Audi-sourced engine, brakes, and transaxl … More
It was an outcast in polite company, like bringing Lady Gaga to a Presbyterian Tea. Rough and raucous, the fifth-generation Corvette Z06 was a tire-smoking bada … More
As a young racing fan in 1970s Ireland, John Campion developed an early affinity for the Lancia rally cars that periodically tore through his region. Memories o … More