The Last Open Road author Burt Levy (left) gives script instructions to Jim Pittacora, who plays the mean-spirited Mr. Palumbo in the new audiobook. | Burt Levy photo

Historical racing-themed novel ‘The Last Open Road’ to be audiobook

If you’ve ever wondered what Buddy Palumbo really sounds like, here’s your chance

‘Unsafe at Any Speed’ hits 50 years; targeted Corvair dangers, sparked consumerism and cost...

As the book Unsafe at Any Speed, Ralph Nader’s seminal assault on the Chevrolet Corvair and a complacent U.S. auto industry, marks its 50th anniversary this year.

Well-told tale of the first three Shelby Cobras

Book chronicles the diverse drives of CSX2000, 2001 and 2002

Autumn-mobiles: Celebrating classic cars in classic North Carolina scenery

'Autumn-mobiles' is the title of a special photo feature in the October issue of Our State: North Carolina magazine.

Chapter by chapter, specialists focus on E-Type restoration

here are so many specialty skills that go into a professional classic car restoration.
Portrait of the artist who launched Porsche’s graphic image | ClassicCars

Portrait of the artist who launched Porsche’s graphic image

'Erich Strenger and Porsche: A Graphical Report' presents the history of the collaboration, lushly illustrated with his art and graphics

My great uncle, his Rolls-Royce, and his recipe for chicken divan

To me, a 20-something, following some recipe out of a 41-year-old cook book, was more than a bit odd.
The Art Edition of Taschen's Ferrari art book will run a jaw-dropping $30,000. | Taschen photo

Ferrari book with signatures of Marchionne, Enzo’s son costs $30K

Ferrari owners tend to be a passionate bunch

Bookshelf: A look at the classic car hobby, the open road and where we’re...

‘Never Stop Driving’ explores life behind the wheel, and under the hood

Automobile Quarterly name, archives offered for sale

If you can find someone willing to part with it, the hard-cover “magazine” published from 1962 (starting with Volume 1, No. 1) into 2012 (ending with Volume 52, No. 1), will cost you around $4,000.