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Some car guys say, “They don’t make them like they used to.” That's not always true.

Sometimes you need a second vehicle not to drive, but to cannibalize for parts.

One of the craziest car mirrors of all time is the Passing Eye Mirror.

American

Painstaking Restoration of a 1926 Gardner Pays Off for Phoenix Man

Despite his lack of experience, Kummerfeldt embarked on a seven-year project with his grandson to restore the Gardner 6B Roadster.

By Mark Bach

Asian

Forgotten 80s Classic: Mitsubishi Starion (Chrysler Conquest)

The upstart Japanese automaker was looking to attract American enthusiasts to its brand for the very first time.

By Benjamin Hunting

There's an inexpensive and easy solution for restoring milky or yellowed headlight lenses.

The LED light bar dramatically improved night-time visibility. And it looks cool.

Fiberfab was one of the most prolific kit car manufacturers of the 1960s and 1970s.

It's an American land yacht dipped in gleaming paint and dropped to the ground.

The Chiron is the most powerful production street car in automotive history.

First-generation Ford Broncos have claimed center stage at the rodeo.