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Jim Fitzgerald’s Fast But Notorious Nissan 280ZX

Jim Fitzgerald helped carry the Datsun flag through the '70s and '80s, back when the factories really cared about SCCA Production-class racing. His weapon of choice was this 280ZX.

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The Triumph TR250K: The American Concept That Might Have Saved the British Auto Industry

The K-car prototype could have saved the British Auto Industry. What went wrong?

The Iso Grifo: Italian Coachwork, American Muscle

For those who could afford it—including celebrities such as George Harrison as well as Sonny and Cher—the Iso Grifo became a sought-after status ride.

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How Old Is that Mini, Really?

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

The Aston Martin DB2 Excelled on Both Road and Track

In 1950 Aston Martin began installing the 2.6-liter Lagonda engine in a Frank Feeley-designed body. The DB2 was born.

Mazda MX-5 vs Four "Basic Sports Cars" of 1968

How does a modern sports car like the Mazda MX-5 compare against four "basic sports cars" from 1968?

Do-It-Yourself Headrest in Seven Easy Steps

An easy and inexpensive way to build a headrest for your classic.

The Siata Daina Gran Sport Is an Uncommon Beauty

This Siata Gran Sport offers beauty, hand-crafted Italian styling and world-class handling. And the odds of seeing another one on the road are just about nil.

Shooting Classic Cars with Classic Cameras

Photographer Douglas Ogden believes that vintage cars should be photographed with vintage cameras.

10 Lessons All Racers Wish They'd Learned Earlier in Their Careers

Racing can age a person quickly. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but the learning curve at nearly every level is so steep that if you stick with it, you ...

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