If driving a collector car is all about fantasy and nostalgia, then here’s a unique sort of custom Corvette that knocks that into the next galaxy.
With the recent Grand National Roadster Show in Rancho Cucamonga, and the Classic Auto Show in Downtown Los Angeles, it’s hard not to look at show-stopping custom roadsters.
A lap of Pista de Fiorano, Ferrari’s on-site testing facility for all production and F1 cars, lived in my head.
Usually it is really easy for me to find a Pick of the Day, but today I tried something different.
I think Kia puts the exclamation point in the wrong place. The name of this car should be 2017 Kia Soul Turbo!
The Pick of the Day is a classic piece of big-block Mopar muscle, a 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II hardtop that looks like it just rolled off a ’60s drag strip.
'Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!” But if you looked at the ground during the days of the 1950s, you likely saw a car much like our Pick of the Day.
Barn-find classics continue to be fascinating outliers in the collector car market, the romantic lure of a desirable car presented in as-found condition seeming to trump common sense.
Ten-years after leaving Formula One racing, Lancia re-established its motorsports department in 1965 with the Fulvia Coupe and placed a new focus on rally racing.
For automotive purists, now might be the time to look away. That’s because standing right in front of you is the car that helped bring automatic shifting to the masses.