Articles about Classic Cars

With 638hp under the hood and alligator leather all over the interior. Really
Both are awesome, but you know you want one more than the other
The rivalry between these two major Japanese AWD sports sedans goes back to the early '90s. While it has died down due to the discontinuation of the Lancer Evolution, these two cars remain relevant and will, for a long time, be icons
Five special units will be displayed at this year’s Concours d’Elegance
The Lamborghini Miura is so special, it's been awarded its very own special class at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. It will be called, rather surprisingly, The Lamborghini Miura Class.But then you already knew the Lamborghini Miura
There's a lovely story behind it
Forgive us, but the story of this one-off, 1939 Bentley Corniche is just too rich to gloss over quickly. Our journey begins way back in the late '30s, with the specter of World War II looming...A young Greek racing driver
Charge Cars’ version of the pony car costs P19.6-M
Much is occurring at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed, which takes place in a couple of weeks' time. One such thing is the debut of this-a fully-electric first-gen Ford Mustang.British company Charge Cars, which is in
One fun retirement ‘raket’
There's life after retirement-even for cars. For example, this classic red fire engine, which has proudly put out fires for over three decades in Michigan, has traded in hoses for taps after finding its new calling as a converted beer
Meet the UK team who does restomods right
Old sports cars are cool. Compared with most modern fast things they seem impossibly tiny, slim-pillared, and delicate. They say volumes more about your character than any casually bought modern lump, have an air of romance and style that cares little
It comes with a five-speed manual gearbox
We met Emory Motorsports a few months ago, and immediately fell slightly in love with the idea of restomod Porsches that aren't 911s.With its new 356 RSR, we're head over heels. It's a much more serious piece of
An object of outstanding beauty
Remember when we told you that Aston Martin was rebuilding 19 versions of its gorgeous DB4 GT Zagato with hammers? Well, after 4,500 hours of bashing away, the first example is now finished. And doesn't it look divine?The original '
What racing is all about
To celebrate the Mini's 60th birthday, at this year's Goodwood Members' Meeting there was a special one-off mega Minitastic race. No less than 60 pre-1966 racing Minis got together to form the Betty Richmond Trophy which promised to
To be sold at Sotheby's Villa Erba auction
The Sport Classic is one of the most desirable 911s of modern times. When it was announced in 2010, all 250 build slots were sold in under 48 hours. The ducktail spoiler, Fuchs-style alloys and short-shift manual gearbox gave the
A 1976 model with just under 130,000km on the odo
Anyone with the nickname 'The Greatest' clearly deserves a bit of respect, and anyone who owned an Alfa Romeo Spider will get a great big helping of the stuff from us. You can imagine our reaction, then, when we heard about this
Possibly the best-kept classic Lambos in the world
Japan loves Lambos. They love them modified with (even more) anti-social exhausts, loud paintwork and scores of flashing LED and neon lights. They also love them pristine-totally perfect and immaculately clean, as though they've just rolled off the production
“It doesn’t come across like a restomod—it feels like an optimization”
The city of Bradford does not, generally, come top of the list when you think about automotive startups. It might have the best Industrial Museum in West Yorkshire, operate a bang-up-to-date National Science and Media museum, and do a
Aston Martin wants to “futureproof the car beyond internal combustion, and beyond EV”
Meet Paul Spires. You'd like him-he's the boss of Aston Martin Works. Works is the Newport Pagnell-based classic arm of the company. It'll complete a certified restoration of your barn-find classic DB4 or Lagonda for, ooh, £
One of the best sleepers ever made
Looks like an ordinary W124 Mercedes E-Class, but isn't. The 500E was a very special thing indeed-a limited-production, V8-powered super-sedan developed and built in collaboration with none other than Porsche.It had the 5.0-liter
It literally had to be pulled out of there
We're told that this Datsun 280Z, before it was all matte and blue and new, was literally "pulled out of the owner's living room" in Germany. Literally. The windows of the house had to be taken out.From there, the
We have a secret meeting with the M2’s great-grandfather in Japan
Once upon a time, there was an era when turbocharging wasn't just seen as the master key to unlock the laborious WLTP labyrinth. Back in the day, turbos came with a capital T and were toys the naughty boys at the
That price tag, though
We'll assume you know the brilliant background story behind the original Mini. We'll also assume that you've become used to seeing different companies attempt to bring them back to their former glory in the modern day.Like this David
“Love it or loathe it? There is no middle ground with this thing”
We think it's safe to say the new Lagonda will be nothing like the old one. Not one bit.The Lagonda 'Series 2' arrived in 1976, complete with wedge-tastic styling that looked like no car anyone had ever seen before,
Please, someone go rescue these classics
Well here's something you don't see every day: Eleven brand-new, effectively un-driven E34-era BMW 5-Series units, seemingly left to rot in a warehouse in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, in distinctly mysterious circumstances.These pictures have been circulating on
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