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The Europa was outfitted with the chassis of the Lotus Elan and a fiberglass molded body.

The car coming to US is not a modified, watered-down version of the Euro-spec hatch: it’s the real McCoy.

Mothballed aircraft were used to build some of the world's hairiest high-speed racers.

Classics

Sports Car Maker TVR Set For Revival In 2017

It’s been almost a decade since a new vehicle has rolled out of a TVR factory. That will soon change.

By Bradley Iger

American

Classic Jeep Wagoneer Is Still a Favorite Among High Society

The Wagoneer somehow transcended the mud-bogging scene to carve out a niche among social climbers.

By Benjamin Hunting

Installing a new one can be tackled in a couple of hours by the average DIY mechanic.

They were the first to roll out of the factory for three straight model years.

An entire cottage industry has emerged to provide the maximum lift in a minimum amount of space.

Acura is using the power of its NSX supercar and indie filmmaking to support the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Bidding is open.

A torque wrench ensures that critical fasteners on modern vehicles are not over- or under-tightened.

In the original muscle car era, British auto aficionados yearned for Yankee-like grunt. That gave birth to the Jensen Interceptor.