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Fuel Facts: Why Is There Ethanol in Our Gasoline?

Is that 10% ethanol found in most pump gasoline good or bad for your classic? Like many things in life, it’s complicated.

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Peter Brock on the new Nissan Z-car | Column

Peter Brock had a substantial part in establishing the Datsun 240Z's now legendary status, so what does he think of the new 2023 Nissan Z?

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How a Simple Upgrade for a 240Z Turned Into a Full Restoration

The Ups, Downs and Eventual Success of One Man's Z-Car Ownership.

The right fuel in the Fall might help your engine start in the Spring | Fuel Facts

Car won’t start after a few months in storage? It could be the gas. “But,” you counter, “there’s fuel in the tank and it’s getting to the engine.” But is …

The romance (and reality) of a road trip | Column

Can travel across the country by automobile open your eyes to reality?

The Non-917: A Porsche Replica that makes sense

This is not a genuine Porsche 917, yet when its flimsy door shuts and you’re enclosed in its tiny bubble of a cockpit, you can immediately see yourself from the …

Going back to the future with the Nissan Pike Cars

Back in the late ’80s and early ’90s, Nissan released a string of classically styled small cars.

Peter Brock on the legacy of the Nürburgring | Column

Peter Brock discusses just how much the Nürburging has changed over time, becoming not just a racing destination, but a commercial one, too.

Fiat 124 Sport Spider | Window Shopper

Fiat 124 Sport Spiders are great cars, yet sadly they rarely get the respect they deserve.

Sensible Road Cars as Only Swedish Aircraft Engineers Could Make Them

Thanks to the exploits of drivers like Erik Carlsson, the two-stroke Saabs gained recognition for their sturdiness and performance, no matter the conditions—or orientation.

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