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Over the course of three decades, Britain's Super Snipe was repeatedly impacted by American car design.

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.


The Minuscule 360 Got Subaru Started in America

The Subaru microcar looked utterly alien in the befinned America of late ‘60s.

By Jim Motavalli


Arizona Concours to Feature Rare and Influential Bugatti Coupe

The 1936 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic Coupe is one of the great automotive treasures of the Art Deco era.

By Nina Russin

Automakers are delivering on the current craze for crossover SUVs.

Smart and connected technology is making its way to car audio, mirrors, steering wheels, and seats.

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

Technology to jumpstart a car or truck has made dramatic improvements.

A tablet mounted on your dash opens up a world of possibilities for digital gauges, cameras, and useful driving apps.