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The Club Coupe survivor would be interesting find, even without a celebrity pedigree or signed guitar that accompanies the sale.

The Wagonaire was billed as “three cars in one.” It worked like a wagon, family sedan, and convertible.

The builders of this ’67 Camaro RS/SS pro-touring ragtop did everything right.

The more powerful engine, Muncie tranny, special hood, and other factory options add value to this classic muscle car.

Every Loewy design displays a striking sense of proportion, flowing aerodynamic lines, and bold shapes—particularly in the grille work.

The Bearcat II was intended for a production run of 100 cars, but only 13 were actually built.

This year's auction included unique vehicles owned by John Lennon and Steven Tyler.

Vehicles competed in 17 classes, of which four cars won highest accolades.

The two-door Bronco was Ford’s first compact 4×4 SUV and the epitome of basic unfettered design.

The Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II was only produced for the 1969 model year.

eBay Motors caught up with Rydell at the recent Goodguys Southwest Nationals in Scottsdale, Ariz

The listing calls the car “incredibly rare and significant,” and it’s not hyperbole.

Brothers Mike and Jim Ring of Spring Green, Wisc. turned the restomod scenario inside-out.

When Jeff Gordon's crew chief had a chance to buy the Impala from American Graffiti, it was an easy decision.

The odd kit car with pop-up headlights was a huge hit. It appeared in the 1990 film Total Recall.

But what happens to those cool car builds after SEMA?

“There’s a trend right now towards original owner cars,” Jackson told us.

Matkovich parked the ‘68 Corvette behind his garage and retired from the track. Then, fast-forward 28 years.

Its outrageous 815-horsepower output is double that of most Corvette engines available when this C2 was new.

The Airflyte was a smooth shoebox that resembled little else on the road.

Derham Body Company built cars for Dwight Eisenhower, Gary Cooper, Robert Wood Johnson, and even Josef Stalin.