During the 1970s and ’80s, mid-engine Italian sports cars offered amazing looks, strong performance and tremendous curb appeal.
Chevys from the ’50s are most appreciated in lavish hardtop form, with all the chrome embellishments intact.
Pick of the Day is a 1953 Packard Cavalier offered with only 71,831 miles since new, and with its exterior in original condition.
Now that summer has officially started, what better way to hit the beach than in an imaginatively customized VW bus transformed into an open-air dune buggy.
Marking the 50th anniversary of Ford GT40’s 1-2-3 sweep over Ferrari in the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, Ford returned to the iconic race this year with the new Ford GT.
It was the end of an era. Sports cars were starting to become more civilized as well as better performing and MG was struggling to keep up.
Largely forgotten these days are some of the early kings of muscle-car performance, full-size Fords with monster 427 big-block power with the factory designations of Q-code and R-code.
The E-type may get the most attention, but it was one of four Jaguar models sold in the United States during the 1967 model year.
Unleash your inner redneck with this fine example of custom ingenuity that combines the streamlined grandeur of a faux-wood-paneled Ford Ranchero.
In the ’60s and ’70s, car enthusiasts sought to provide that special something they felt Detroit left out of the equation.