Custom sports car once owned by father was tracked down and is back in the family again
The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage convertible in nice condition and offered at an reasonable price
In 1953 Austin-Healey started production with the 4-cylinder 100-4 model and in 1956 offered a new 6-cylinder car that featured revised bodywork.
In the fast-moving collector car market, Big Healeys are yesterday’s news.
“I will drove combustion engines until I die…” A deep and very frank conversation with one of the best known collectors in the hobby yields much substance. This week we welcome collector, restorer and dealer, Bruce Canepa. Bruce discusses the climate in high-end collector cars, his battle with the US Government over the Porsche 959 […]
You know that Fox-body Mustangs are hitting it when hoon-meister Ken Block looks into turning one into a wildly original custom gymkhana car concept. Ford was looking ahead when it introduced in 1984 a different kind of performance Mustang, powered by a turbo/intercooled 4-cylinder engine. The Mustang SVO was immediately identifiable by its double-decker rear […]
A delightful story arrived in my inbox recently. Headlined “The six weirdest places F1 has raced,” it was written by Ben Miles and published by Goodwood Road & Racing, and if you haven’t signed up for the British circuit’s newsletter, you’re missing some great (oh-how-I-hate-the-word) content. Those six weirdest places in Miles’ mind were a […]
Icon’s Reformer series adds modern upgrades to vintage vehicles, while keeping their classic style intact. The latest vehicle to get the Reformer treatment is a 1970 Ford F-100. Underneath the Nixon-era exterior is a modern Ford 5.0-liter V8, tuned to produce 426 horsepower and bolted to a Ford AOD automatic transmission. A Borla exhaust system […]
The 20th annual Woodies at the Beach show in Santa Barbara, California, is still on for July 25, though officials might require social distancing and other health precautions, notes Santa Barbara Woodie Club president Rick White. “We have non-profits that depend on us that help clothe and feed and do essential things,” White noted. So […]
When we talk about America, we instinctively talk about cars. Well… at least I do. Maybe it has something to do with me being a huge car enthusiast? I definitely think so. In this article I will dig into the American car culture and find my all-time American dream car. No! It will not be […]