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50 Years of Fuel Economy: Classic Cars vs. Modern Machines

Cars have gotten bigger, heavier and more powerful, but have they gotten thirstier, too?

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How to Minimize Risks When Buying or Selling Via an Overseas Transaction

Don’t let an ocean stand between you and that perfect purchase. International shipping has shrunk the world of car buying and selling.

12 Tips For Better Project Car Management

Restoring a car is more than just the grunt work. You need to have a game plan, too.

BMW E36 M3 | Buyer's Guide

This factory hotrod is suddenly a hot property

Peter Brock on How We Can Save Bonneville

If we don't intervene, the Bonneville Salt Flats as we know it could disapear.

Why not an underrated French classic? | Buyer's Guide

While often ignored by American enthusiasts, French cars offer a pleasant alternative: styling, engineering and a racing pedigree.

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Always A Racer: 1965 Shelby GT350

This 1965 Shelby GT350 Is Well Traveled, Well Used, Well Loved, and Still a Terrific Contender

Peter Brock on the Birth of the Spoiler

Aerodynamic aids are no-brainers on a modern race car, but where did the spoiler as we know it come from? Peter Brock weighs in on the subject.

Searching for a Rare Version of an Already-Rare BMW 3.0 CSL

Getting your hands on a BMW 3.0 CSL is hard enough, but finding one with the rare City Package? That's like looking for a needle in a haystack.

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