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Video: The Citroën’s Many Party Tricks, Including the Ability to Drive on Three Wheels
Posted by Colin Wood on July 2, 2020, 9:22 a.m.

The Citroën DS features a unique hydropneumatic suspension that, essentially, supports the car with fluid. This gives the DS unique self-leveling properties that—as this video demonstrates—allows it to drive on three wheels.

How many cars can do that?

Video: How the Delorean Lives on as Both a Failure and a Success
Posted by Colin Wood on July 1, 2020, 9:29 a.m.

Even though the DMC DeLorean was only sold for a relatively short amount of time, it quickly found itself propelled into ’80s stardom.

To this day, the car is so popular that numerous clubs dedicated to the stainless-steel wedge exist, with an active used-car marketplace keeping these icons relevant some 40 years later.

Do you think the DeLorean was a complete failure, or was it just a victim of the controversy that surrounded its creator?

Video: Can Restoring a Toy Car Be Just as Enjoyable as Restoring a Real Car?
Posted by Colin Wood on June 30, 2020, 3:14 p.m.

Restoration projects don't have to be big, complex undertakings. Why not spruce up a toy like this Nylint Roadster die-cast car from the 1960s? Watch as the rusty, worn-out toy car gets a new lease on life with a bit of time, effort and attention to detail.

What's the smallest thing you've ever restored?

Video: Putting an Original Tucker 48 on the Dyno
Posted by Colin Wood on June 29, 2020, 3:03 p.m.

In light of the very public stock fraud trial, Preston Tucker was said to have built only 51 examples of his revolutionary Tucker 48.

The flat-six-powered, rear-engined sedan came equipped with numerous safety features considered ahead of their time, such as a shatterproof front windshield, a padded dash, and directional headlights that turned with the wheels.

This Tucker, No. 34 of 51, was recently put on the dyno.

Any guesses on how much power it will make? Do you think it will be close to the originally advertised 166 horsepower?

Video: What's It Like to Drive a James Bond Stunt Car?
Posted by Colin Wood on June 25, 2020, 9:38 a.m.

The upcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die" features some intense driving scenes in which Bond's Aston Martin DB5 takes quite a beating. How does the studio pull it all off?

For starters, you build a replica of a DB5, drop in a BMW straight-six, and then strap professional rally driver Mark Higgens behind the wheel.

Also, if you want to learn more about what it's like to be a stunt driver, we actually interviewed one over on Grassroots Motorsports.

Video: Meet Peel, the Company That Made Some of the Smallest Cars You Could Buy
Posted by Colin Wood on June 24, 2020, 2:39 p.m.

In the 1960s, the Isle of Man-based Peel Engineering Company turned their attention to building cars. On paper, the two that they produced, the P50 and Trident, would be some of the smallest and most inexpensive cars anyone could buy. In reality, however, the two "cars" were not much more than scooters with roofs.

Get an in-depth look at both models with Lane Motor Museum Director Jeff Lane.

What's the smallest car you've ever driven?

Video: Is There Anything as Raucous as Can-Am Racing?
Posted by Colin Wood on June 23, 2020, 3:35 p.m.

The Canadian-American challenge, more commonly known as Can-Am, produced some of the fastest and most advanced race cars of the time, including the Chaparral 2J, the McLaren M8D and the Porsche 908.

Relive Can-Am during its peak with this video from Round 7 of the 1970 season at Road Atlanta.

Video: Choosing the Best Cover for Your Car
Posted by Chris Tropea on June 19, 2020, 9 a.m.

There's a lot to consider when picking a cover for your car: Is it stored outside or inside the garage? Should you get a custom-fit cover, or is one-size-fits-all good enough? What material is best for your use? We answer those questions and more with the help of and our 1985 Toyota MR2. Presented by CRC Industries.

Video: How New Acquisitions Arrive at the Lane Motor Museum
Posted by Colin Wood on June 17, 2020, 12:08 p.m.

Have you ever watched an unboxing video on YouTube? This video from the Lane Motor Museum is kind of like that, but with a shipping container full of unusual cars from Europe that have just been added to the museum's collection.

Here we thought trailering our race cars to and from the track was hard.

Video: A Walk Around of Peter Brock's Personal Daytona Coupe
Posted by Colin Wood on June 16, 2020, 1:07 p.m."

Peter Brock created the Ferrari-beating Shelby Daytona Coupe. Decades later, he penned a modern version. Walk around the updated car with Brock himself. 

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