My first exposure to the resurrected Pontiac GTO was Car and Driver’s 2005 head-to-head comparison between the new “Goat” and Mustang GT. Both were legends rebo … More
At the end of the 1980s, two things happened in the American automotive market: organic, aerodynamic forms replaced angular bricks, and performance returned in … More
Bob Boniface was just a boy when he fell in love for the first time.
“I was an easily impressed 7-year-old when my father told me he was going to import a Ferr … More
Most of us prefer classic cars because of the undiluted driving feel and unrestricted designs of yesteryear. But as much as I prefer the classics, I understand … More
It was clear from the beginning that the Dodge Viper was an acquired taste for a small-but-passionate group of customers with the wealth to invest in a throwbac … More
Call it a crossbreed of French futurism and Italian soul, a jet-sleek Citroën powered by a growling Maserati engine. The Citroën SM, built from 1971–75 but sold … More
Come this fall, Dodge will start deliveries of the new $86,090, 840-horsepower Challenger SRT Demon. Let that sink in: eight hundred and forty horsepower. That’ … More
Bar owners are admittedly very creative types, always coming up with new ways to keep the customers coming and the libations flowing. In 1974, the Racer’s Pub i … More
Nirvana will descend upon the Corvette crowd in 18 months.
Chevy is celebrating the Corvette’s 65th birthday with a lavish 2018 model range, a few product upgr … More
From Indiana farm boy to Mercedes-Benz foreign agent to owner of a 1957 300SC—one of the rarest Mercedes ever built—88-year-old Kent Emigh has lived a life the … More