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Depreciation Station: 2010-'15 Camaro SS

This all-new Camaro wasn’t just a looker.

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Tech Tips: 1968-'92 Jaguar XJ6

This stately Jaguar sedan has been a cornerstone classic for decades. It’s still a staple at many British car events, in part because Jaguar made enough that supply remains strong.

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Window Shopper: 1969-'76 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 is an icon in every sense. This roadster is a truly practical companion.

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Ferrari 328 GTS and 328 GTB: Like a Mightier 308

If you want those classic 308 looks but with a bit more performance, why not check out the follow-up model, the 1986–’89 Ferrari 328?

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Depreciation Station: 2005-'11 Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrera S

Like every 911 that came before it, the 997 tells a story of evolution.

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Tech Tips: Alfa Romeo GTV6

How to hop-up and maintain your athletic Alfa Romeo.

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Window Shopper: Honda S2000, Bringing 9000 rpm to the Masses

Call it a plausible alternative to a Miata, Boxster or M Roadster.

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Depreciation Station: 2005-'14 Ford Mustang GT

The 2005-’14 Mustang, often referred to by its S197 chassis code, ushered in the Mustang’s current retro styling. Under the skin, the S197 Mustang is all traditional American pony car.

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Tech Tips: 1987-'91 BMW 325i

You can call the E30-chassis 3 Series the last of the classic, upright BMWs.

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Depreciation Station: 2007-'12 BMW 335i

What is the sensible alternative to that E92/E90 M3? How about a 2007–’12 BMW 335i? Early examples can now be found for about $10,000–even less in some cases.

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