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13 Tips for Elevating Your Driver Into a Concours Winner

We’ve taken home awards from Amelia Island, and we’ve been on the other side of the process as judges at Pinehurst, Hilton Head and, yes, even Amelia Island. Here are …

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The lost art of clay design models | Peter Brock Column

Nowadays, clay models are often constructed with the help of computers, but back in the day, all that work had to be done by hand–a true art for unto itself.

Mini
How Old Is that Mini, Really?

Is that classic Mini really a classic—or was it built as recently as the Clinton administration?

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.

The Ferrari F40 Is How You Spend That Million

This Ferrari F40 Is How You Spend That Million Bucks

Chevy Corvair vs. Porsche 356 | Comparison Test

Is the Chevy Corvair really a lower-dollar substitute for the Porsche 356?

Tuning for today's oxygenated fuels | Fuel Facts

Many of the fuels found at today’s pumps are oxygenated, meaning alcohol has been added. How, then, do you tune your Classic to accept it?

Watches and Motorsport: A Relationship Dating Back More Than a Hundred Years

First, there was motorsport, then there was the wristwatch. Since then, the two have been inseparable.

Before We Had the Mazda RX-7, NSU Gave Us Their Rotary-Powered Spider

Mazda may be best known for popularizing the Wankel rotary engine, but Germany's NSU was one of the first companies to bring it to market.

Your Next Project: How to Find It, Plan It and Tackle It

Restoring a car sounds almost glamorous, even noble. Then the reality of committing both money and time set in.

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