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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.

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Column: What Makes a Good Magazine Columnist?

What's the difference between a good column in a magazine and a bad one? Publisher Tim Suddard weighs in.

How to savor the past with classic cars | Peter Brock column

Sure, new cars are often safer, quieter, more reliable and more comfortable, but driving classic cars isn't about those qualities—it's about enjoying something from another era.

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.

Like many projects, life is often a balancing act between work and pleasure | Column

Despite our best efforts, sometimes work becomes the bigger priority.

Peter Brock Explains How the Shelby GT350 Got Its Stripes

How did the GT350 get its stripes? Well, it all starts with a phone call between Carroll Shelby and John Bishop, president of the SCCA at the time.

Column: Restoring Cars Is an Emotional Journey

A restoration is more than just rejuvenating a car. It’s a trip through the senses and emotions.

Peter Brock on remembering Kas Kastner | Column

Peter Brock on his late friend and British racing icon, Kas Kastner.

A Bad or Missing Title Can Derail That Project | Column

Sure, you can get a title for a car that has a bad or missing title, but it’s never easy.

Driving Miss Daisy: The Forgotten Cobra Meant to Succeed the Ford GT

Project Daisy was the thundering 600-horsepower, V10-engined Shelby Cobra concept intended to succeed the original Ford GT. It never happened. But on the 15th anniversary of its debut, we get …

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