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Regardless of the vehicle, performance tires will improve cornering and braking.

A car that’s originally equipped with a manual gearbox like this Superbee is a fantastic find.

Don’t let the anticipation of a road trip distract you from common-sense preparation.


1960 Was the Year of the American Compact Car

Nearing the end of the 1950s, the automotive scene was changing.

By Bob Kehoe


One Man’s Half-Century Love of the 1950 Mercury

Hanson’s first car was a 1950 Mercury purchased in 1959. "I started looking for another one in the 1980s,” he said.

By Bob Kehoe

The mission of the LP 580-2 has less to do with lap times than it does with providing an engaging experience behind the wheel.

Keeping an air pressure gauge in your glove box is an inexpensive way to make sure your car’s tires are operating at peak efficiency.

Due to fuel rationing and shortages, hundreds of thousands of motorized vehicles in Europe were converted to use firewood.

Rice owned the 1949 Chevy truck for two years. Five months ago, he got inspired to start a complete restoration.

If you need a new battery, seriously consider using a “memory saver” before swapping out a new battery.

It was started by Eric and Amity Peterson—car collectors with a higher purpose.