Though not quite a long as its big brother, the Buick Electra stretched out 221.2 inches for the 1960 model year.
A Triumph TR3 was the first sports car in which I ever rode, and the most indelible memory is how the car was so low and the doors cut away so much that I could easily reach down and touch the pavement.
The Genius Garage, a non-profit organization, was developed to give the best and brightest students the opportunity to show potential employers and partners what they are capable of doing.
Since I just returned from the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida it seems most appropriate that a classic BMW should be Pick of the Day.
The exuberance of the 1950s, when folks were moving to the suburbs and all things seemed possible, can be summed up with such cars as this gigantic station wagon with tailfins.
Starting with the 1955 model year, Chrysler rolled out a series of high-powered sedans, coupes and convertibles wearing “300” badges.
If you’re following the collector car auctions going on this week in and around Amelia Island, Florida, then the hefty prices being paid for exotic cars are likely making your eyes cross.
A lot of enthusiasts collect cars that have helped shape their personal history, whether a significant moment in life, something they admired as a child, or the car a mom, dad, or grandparent drove.
In the late 1980s, Bill and Ted, students at San Dimas High School, did some time traveling, in what amounted to a living history report.
As the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association season launched with a major show this past weekend, lots of people are focusing on fun street rods as the way to go.