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

Tips and tricks to breaking the rust seal without causing other damage.

Any car can at least look like it will go faster with a rear spoiler.

American

“Silver Bullet” Corvette: Case Study for Modern Performance in Vintage Body

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

By Bradley Iger

Classics

Why Are Pink Cars So Cool?

Pink cars date back more than six decades to the 1955 Chrysler LaFemme.

By Gary Lieber

Imagine an alternative reality where the world is only populated by well-heeled car fanatics.

Admission tickets for key Monterey events can be pricey. But there are also great venues for gearheads on a budget.

What do you get when you cross a small Eastern Bloc car with a fully-slammed suspension?

In 1934, Hupp hired Raymond Loewy, the legendary designer, to pen what it called the Aerodynamic Series.

The term “flashing,” refers to a kind of reboot of your car’s computer settings—either to fix a bug or boost performance.

The BMW 335i owned by the fastest man in the world was tweaked with the M performance kit for maximum horsepower.