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Gasoline makes a terrific degreaser, yet this practice can kill you | Fuel Facts

Just because it works well, doesn't mean using gasoline as a degreaser is safe.

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Road tripping from L.A. to Monterey Car Week

Is Monterey Car Week a good time for a road trip? Yes, it’s always a good time for a road trip.

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First-Generation Mazda Miata | Tech Tips

The NA Mazda Miata is now considered a classic car by modern standards, here are the expert opinions on buying this roadster.

How to Upgrade Your Alfa Romeo's Suspension in 12 Simple Steps

Looking for a killer sports car value? Check out a later Alfa Romeo Spider. The suspension will probably need some rejuvenation, but fortunately the repairs are relatively easy to make.

How to Make an MGB Three Seconds Quicker in Six Steps

Can we make an MGB outrun today’s average minivan without spending more than two grand?

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Comparing Sunbeam Tigers: Mk I vs. Mk II

Which Breed of This Fringe-Favorite Cobra Alternative Should You Pounce On?

How to pack an effective quick detail kit

What detailing supplies should you always have on hand both at home or on the road? Here's what detailing pro Tim McNair of Grand Prix Concours recommends.

Finding the unsung heroes of the concours field | Column

Concours events are more than just who wins Best in Show, as it's the numerous vehicles with a variety of histories and values that truly make the events interesting.

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.

Buyer's Guide: BMW E9 Coupes

The 2800 CS and 3.0 CS serve as true driver’s cars. Here's what you need to know if you are in the market for one.

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