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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.

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Replacing Rocker Panels Is a Dreaded Task That’s Simpler Than You Think

We all talk about avoiding rusty cars, but let’s face reality: If no one was willing to fix any corrosion, there wouldn’t be many cars left to restore.

How to Repair Plastic Trim

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

Why a Modern Gear-Reduction Starter Makes a Wise Upgrade

In most cases, a modern gear-reduction starter is lighter, more reliable and more efficient than the one originally fitted to your classic.

The Secret Shelby Coupes That Never Raced, Part 2

Did a Ford-versus-Shelby rivalry doom the type 65 Le Mans prototype?

The Fate of a 300 SL Roadster That Swept a Princess Off Her Feet

Every now and then, a coincidence arises that is so uncanny, so unlikely, that it seems preordained. Certain cars seem to have destinies of their own, like this Mercedes-Benz 300 ...

The Secret Shelby Coupes That Never Raced, Part 1

The 390 Monza and 427 Type 65 Le Mans Prototypes never made it to a race, but why?

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Depreciation Station: 1997-2006 Jaguar XK8

The XK8 was the first all-new sporting Jaguar since the introduction of the XJS in 1975, and it seemed to be the answer to what Jaguar owners had been asking ...

Column: When Does Habit Become Vice?

We explore the point at which being a car enthusiast can be problematic, and each stage to being overwhelmed by collecting.

10 Speed Secrets for the Rest of Us

Expert Carl Heideman shares his 10 vintage racing secrets for success on your average race weekend in performance.

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