The beauty of lowrider culture is a sense of freedom that all modifications are fair game. You have a blank slate to make a statement.

There's a well-preserved Florida '74 Gremlin X V-8. Then again, the shiny orange survivor driven by Eminem and Beastie Boys looks good.

Even the most skilled parker might reverse a little close to the curb. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to avoid curb rash.


A 1976 Ford Maverick Stallion Modded for More Attitude

The Maverick Stallion Edition, like the one now offered on eBay, is a performance car far removed from the model's humble roots.

By Jim Travers


A Rare 1974 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon is Back on the Road

The Japanese automaker made millions of every model, right? Not so. For example, have you ever seen a '74 Toyota Corona wagon?

By Jim Motavalli

Some safety advocates believe that colorful designs increase rider visibility.

See our buying guide for pet harnesses, crates, booster seats, and protective blankets.

The 535is's distinctive steering feel and brake feedback is what makes BMW the ultimate driving machine.

The bike-crazed Geeson brothers restored and showed off vintage motorcycles for 22 years.

This 1990 Volkswagen Corrado G60, with a Buy-It-Now price of $11,500, is just a few tweaks away from becoming something special.

If you have basic electrical wiring skills, a DIY upgrade to add cruise control can happen in an hour or two.