Sometimes you need a second vehicle not to drive, but to cannibalize for parts.
By Mark BachSep 13
One of the craziest car mirrors of all time is the Passing Eye Mirror.
From its inception, the Venom was conceived as a high-speed touring bike—the larger more powerful sibling to the 350 cc Velocette Viper.
The small car was equipped with the biggest motor in the Mopar arsenal: the 426 cubic-inch Hemi.
Laguna Seca's “Corkscrew” drops drivers five stories down a blind and twisting right-hand shoot.
Odd-ball truck designs usually meet limited acceptance in the marketplace. But that only makes them more fun and fascinating.
Louis Meyer started the tradition of drinking milk to celebrate a victory after his second Indy 500 win in 1933.