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BRE’s Baja Datsun 240Z Kisses the Asphalt Goodbye

Peter Brock created what is likely the only Datsun 240Z to finish the Baja 500. The car also ran the Baja 1000 later in the 1973 season, but then disappeared …

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Driving a Pair of Turbocharged Youngtimer Legends: Bentley’s Turbo R and Continental T

What do you get when you cross a Bentley with a turbocharger? The Turbo R and Continental T.

No Restoration Is Complete Until the Car Has Been Properly Sorted

After receiving a host of tweaks, our now-sorted Midget offers a better stance, enhanced comfort, and more driving joy than ever before.

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Comparing Sunbeam Tigers: Mk I vs. Mk II

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

The Ford GT40 Succeeded on the Track, but Failed on the Streets

When Ford tried to bring the GT40 to the road with its Mk III, it failed miserably: Just seven cars were made, and Ford couldn’t even sell all of those.

How to do a comprehensive ignition tune-up

A faulty ignition system will certainly ruin your day. Here are some steps to make sure that doesn't happen.

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.

Why not a Funky British Sedan?

Classics come in all shape and sizes, and plenty of them can accommodate your family. While these vintage sedans are rare here in the States, the parts supply is healthy …

Eight tips for staying out of your own way while assembling a car

Whether you are working on a priceless Ferrari or commonplace Beetle, here are eight tips to ensure correct reassembly.

Viewing classic cars as kinetic art | Column

All cars are designed to fulfill a stated goal, but that doesn't mean they can't be aesthetically pleasing.

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