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What's in aftermarket additives anyway? | Fuel Facts

Just how true are the promises on all those brightly colored bottles at the auto parts store? We ask an expert to find out.

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Column: What You Can Find When You Leave Your Comfort Zone

Sometimes, one of the best ways to become better is to leave the comfort zone of your favorite discipline.

How to easily fit a modern battery in a classic car

How to properly adapt a modern battery to your favorite classic car.

The Ferrari 330 GTC: A lifestyle coupe from the lifestyle era

The 330 GTC is classic Ferrari. The design is unmistakably Pininfarina, and the signature badge on the fender confirms the obvious.

How to savor the past with classic cars | Peter Brock column

Sure, new cars are often safer, quieter, more reliable and more comfortable, but driving classic cars isn't about those qualities—it's about enjoying something from another era.

The Rare, Original Nissan Silvia

Although the original Nissan Silvia didn't sell well, its design paved the way for the 240Z and now exists as a rare and desirable Japanese classic.

Pay or walk away? | 8 steps to mechanically inspect that potential purchase

Before you purchase that classic, inspect these 8 items first.

Cocomats: A chic and sustainable automotive accessory

Cocomats.com now offers more options than ever to best match your car's interior needs.

Door Skin Replacement Made Easy

It may sound difficult, but replacing a door skin can be relatively easy if you have a few basic tools and a bit of instruction.

Subtle Upgrades Make This BMW 1600 Sing

John Lorio admits to being a Datsun fan, but that didn't stop an early admiration of the BMW 1600.

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