Project Car Perfection: 23 Ways to Improve Your Classic Car

23 Easy Improvements to Make Your Classic Run Flawlessly and Look Like a Million Bucks

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How a Thorough Preflight Check Can Turn That Next Big Drive Into a Dream Cruise

Heading out on the highway? A few simple preflight checks can change a potential disaster into a delightful getaway.

How Old Is that Mini, Really?

Is that classic Mini really a classic—or was it built as recently as the Clinton administration?

Studebaker Avanti: The World's Fastest Production Car

Swoopy styling plus a supercharged V8 add up to elegant muscle.

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“Sanction Lost,” a recreation of a custom Porsche 356 Carrera Zagato Speedster racer | Car Catcher

After the custom Porshce 356 Speedster built for Claude Storez was lost to history, Zagato built this exacting replica for one discerning customer.

Patina: The Good, The Bad, and How to Preserve the True Time-Worn Classics

Patina gives a vehicle character, and its rise in popularity means cars with authentic patina are increasing in value.

Is the Aerovault Trailer worth the price? | Video

Sure, the Aerovault trailer–designed by automotive legend and Classic Motorsports contributor Peter Brock–is a well-engineered and well-built enclosed trailer, but is the cost of entry worth it compared to “traditional” …

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Lotus 23B with well-documented racing history | Car Catcher

If you wanted to win races in the '60s, your best bet was a Lotus like this 1964 23B.

Would you rather have a Sunbeam Tiger or Shelby Mustang GT350? | Video

On paper, both the Shelby Mustang GT350 and the Sunbeam Tiger are somewhat similar in their use of Ford V8 power, rear-wheel drive and a sprinkling of love from Carroll Shelby himself. …

Classic Cars | Daily Driving | Vintage Cars
Living With a Classic—Day In and Day Out

Back when they were new, most classics were intended to be used as daily transportation on one level or another. There’s no reason why that can’t be done today.

Ford | GT40
The Ford GT40 Succeeded on the Track, but Failed on the Streets

When Ford tried to bring the GT40 to the road with its Mk III, it failed miserably: Just seven cars were made, and Ford couldn’t even sell all of those.

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