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Finding, then restoring, the first Targa 911 sold in Germany

Following nearly 40 years of storage, this soft-window 911S Targa was finally put back together properly.

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Q-Ship Comparison: Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL vs. Jaguar XJ12

Early on in the ’70s, the Jaguar XJ12 and the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 fought for buyers in the equivalent of a sumo wrestling match performed in three-piece suits.

50 Years of Fuel Economy: Classic Cars vs. Modern Machines

Cars have gotten bigger, heavier and more powerful, but have they gotten thirstier, too?

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Wreck Relief: Is Your Favorite Classic Car Properly Insured?

Your classic represents a real investment, so have it properly insured.

Peter Brock Reflects on the Early Years of Sports Car Racing

The early years of sports car racing may have been its most exciting, and Peter brock was there to see it all unfold.

The Fiat 500: Big Fun in a Small Package

The original Fiat 500 is one of the world’s iconic small cars, with 3.4 million sold from 1957 through 1975.

Could your next classic come from Japan?

Late-model Japanese classics can be found at all kinds of prices.

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Is It Real? Peter Brock Defines a True Shelby Cobra

The now classic Shelby Cobra roadster is the most replicated car in history.

Before We Had the Mazda RX-7, NSU Gave Us Their Rotary-Powered Spider

Mazda may be best known for popularizing the Wankel rotary engine, but Germany's NSU was one of the first companies to bring it to market.

How to Repair Plastic Trim

Have a broken piece of trim that’s not available anymore? Here’s how to fix it right.

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