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Peter Brock Column: Without Bill Mitchell, the Chevrolet C2 Corvette May Never Have Happened

Although GM virtually killed off the Corvette program in 1957, Bill Mitchel risked his career to ensure the Corvette stayed alive.

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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.

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Studebaker Avanti: The World's Fastest Production Car

Swoopy styling plus a supercharged V8 add up to elegant muscle.

This Cobra Was Found in a Bubble, Not a Barn

Nowadays, Cobras are more often found in a barn. This Shelby Cobra CSX 2384, however, spent its hibernation in a bubble.

This stock-looking MGB hides modern Honda power

This MGB may look stock, but Honda power lets it howl all the way to 9000 rpm.

DIY paint chip repair

Get a chip in your paint after a cruise? Here's how to fix it yourself.

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 proper art form unto itself.

Can a Classic Ferrari be both extraordinary and extra ordinary?

We embrace the exotic to find out if you can daily drive your dream.

How to pick your first classic | Buyer's Guide

How to bring those sepia-toned sports car fantasies to life? Step one: Get the right set of wheels.

5 Weber Spares Every Toolbox Should Contain

If you have a car with Weber carburetors, you should keep these extras within reach.

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