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The Fiat 500: Big Fun in a Small Package

The original Fiat 500 is one of the world’s iconic small cars, with 3.4 million sold from 1957 through 1975.

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Fidanza Performance: Performance Flywheels Born Against All Odds

Today's vast Fidanza catalog all started with Lou Fidanza’s dream to go fast.

Modern Safety Gear for Vintage Racing

Just because it's vintage, doesn't mean its safety equipment has to be. Here's a list of everything you'll need to go racing safely.

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?

Fuel Facts: 93-Octane Not Enough? Solutions Exist

Is the 93-octane fuel at the pump not enough to keep your high-compression, high-boost or highly tuned car happy? Solutions exist.

Bid Garage Launches a New Way to Buy and Sell Collector Vehicles

Bid Garage launched earlier this year with an ambitious plan: Create a new community and auction marketplace for today's car collector.

Daimler-Benz Broke With Convention by Launching Radical Rear-Engined Production Cars

The open-topped Mercedes-Benz 130, 150 and 170 H of the 1930s featured a rear-engined layout to maximize passenger space while retaining rear-wheel drive.

The Secret Shelby Coupes That Never Raced, Part 2

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

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 …

Kings of The Road: Vintage Campers

Vintage Campers Are All the Rage–but Are They for You?

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