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eBay Motors App: Today’s Quick, Easy Way to Shop for Classics

What’s the secret to landing that cool classic? Timing. The early bird gets the worm, right? And how do you get that worm? An app that lets you quickly, easily search for cars--and only cars.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage, Solar Yellow Elise

If the stand-out Solar Yellow paint doesn't interest you, the low 18,750 miles on this clean-title 2006 Lotus Elise just might.

Car Catcher: 1968 Ford Shelby GT500 Convertible in Lime Green

How about a summer cruiser that offers it all: droptop, four-speed box, plenty of power and the famed Shelby label? This 1968 Ford Shelby GT500 convertible is the total package.

Car Catcher: An Open-Top Ferrari for $32,900?

Some Ferrari models--like the F40 and the Testarossa--have become household names. Others, like this 1984 Ferrari Mondial Quattrovalvole Convertible, haven't received the same fanfare.

Car Catcher: One of 98 Mercedes-Benz 300SC Sunroof Coupes

Mercedes-Benz only built 98 copies of the 300SC coupes during its 1955-’58 model run, with fewer than a dozen said to have received a sunroof.

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Features: Now Is the Perfect Time to Prepare Your Classic Car for a Road Tour

A little garage therapy now can have your ride ready and sorted when the time comes for that big trip.

Features: Sisal Mats: A Classic Floor Mat for That Modern Classic Car

Cocomats work great in your classic. But what if your classic comes from the age of heated seats, automatic wipers and an aux input? Maybe sisal mats are a better fit for that modern classic.

Drivetrain: Fidanza Performance: Performance Flywheels Born Against All Odds

Today's vast Fidanza catalog all started with Lou Fidanza’s dream to go fast.

News and Notes: Fuel Facts: 93-Octane Not Enough? Solutions Exist

Is the 93-octane fuel at the pump not enough to keep your high-compression, high-boost or highly tuned car happy? Solutions exist.

Features: Fuel Facts: Water Is Great for Your Plants, Not So Much for Your Fuel System

How do fuel additives remove water from fuel? The all-telling safety data sheet yields the answer: It’s usually methanol—often almost 100% methanol.

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