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Before BRE and Bob Sharp, There Were Fuji and Sakura

Nissan’s motorsports history didn’t start with BRE’s famed arrival in 1968-or even Bob Sharp’s SCCA championship a year earlier.

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The Bamboo Skewer Is an Effective, Inexpensive Detailing Secret

Tim McNair from GP Concours has detailed hundreds of the finest cars on the planet. His secret weapon? The humble bamboo skewer.

Is the Rolls-Royce Shadow the Best Car in the World?

The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow has been owned by all manner of dignitaries, from rockers and royals to fighters and fashionistas.

Now Is the Perfect Time to Prepare Your Classic Car for a Road Tour

A little garage therapy now can have your ride ready and sorted when the time comes for that big trip.

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.

Bring a Trailer: Today’s Auction Company for Today’s Auction Shopper

Special interest car auctions aren’t new, but Bring a Trailer tapped an emerging market.

Doc Bundy: Longtime Pro Racer, Now Battling COVID-19

The unfair struggle faced by 74-year-old racer and Vietnam veteran Harry E. “Doc” Bundy reminded me of a possibly unfair assessment I made about him back in 1997.

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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.

When the Value Is in the Story, the Mission Changes When Restoring Race Cars

Race cars tend to live brief, intense lives that make them a tough sell to a restorer. But if you dig deep enough, most old competition machines will reveal a ...

A Crash Course in Diminished Value

Your baby’s bent, and it wasn’t your fault. Can a diminished value claim make you whole again?

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