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All cars are designed to fulfill a stated goal, but that doesn't mean they can't be aesthetically pleasing.

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How to diagnose that errant noise | Is something wrong with your car?

Not sure what that noise is? Check our guide to find out what it is so you can make it stop.

Toyota in the U.S.: From nearly failed brand to NASCAR champion

Inside Toyota's U.S. headquarters sits a treasure trove of cars that illustrate the car maker's relationship with North America–including how it left the market for nearly four years.

Which Porsches will the next generation covet? We asked the experts.

Tastes change over time, yet Porsches have remained in favor for generations. The experts list the models to watch next.

Roller Rockers: Can a Simple Bolt-On Really Yield Big Gains?

Many of our classics don’t feature modern overhead-cam engines, so rocker arms are used to articulate the valves. That begs an important question: Can the system be improved?

An MGC Coupe That Recalls the Glory Days of Motorsport

What do you do with a one-of-a-kind recreation of a two-of-a-kind race car? Drive it.

A Quick Explanation of the BMC Hydrolastic Suspension

Used on cars like the original Mini and the MG 1100, BMC's Hydrolstic suspension was a unique way to keep everything stable and level.

The Proper Way to Upgrade Your British Classic to a Modern Alternator

Most alternator conversions are bad news, but here's the proper approach to making your swap the exception.

Jay Leno’s Honda S600 Is a Prime Example of the Marque’s Unique History

Jay Leno's Honda S600 embodies the company's unique early history—and how the brand got a foothold in America.

Buyer's Guide: MGB GT

A Unique Experience From an Old Favorite.

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