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A modding trend from Japan could take hold in America.

The obscure Durant is also credited as the founder of our modern system of automobile dealer franchises.

The Pantera's design heritage spans three continents. Its mechanical backbone is sourced from the plentiful stockpiles of Detroit.

The truck represents the historical roots of hot-rodding.

The Civic wasn’t a luxury car, but it was what many Americans wanted.

The car was in as-new condition, with just 1,748 miles on the odometer.

The style is characterized by a chopped roofline, a low stance, and ultra-flat body lines.

Restoration of the small, German surf-style wagon was a labor of love.

The term “landau” dates back to the horse-and-carriage era and was revived in the 1960s. Is it poised for a comeback?

The Cadillac Coupe de Ville, Chrysler Imperial, Buick Elektra, and other kings of the road.

It was Motor Trend’s Car of the Year. But when did you last see one?

You see plenty of Jaguars, Austin-Healeys, and MGs, but when is the last time you saw a Doretti?

The two high-performance cars were ordered in 1987. They were deemed collectible and put away. 

Model As are among the most ubiquitous collector cars, and make a great introduction to the hobby.

Ford unveiled the 2019 Bullitt Mustang in Detroit last week. Here are a few ideas to Bullit-ize your current car.

“There are only a few of these vehicles still existing in the world,” says the seller.

Black Series enhancements are not merely cosmetic, but rather a major performance makeover of an already potent AMG car.

Craig Jackson talks ahead of Arizona Auction Week about the latest trends—restomods, pickups, muscle cars, and millennial faves.

Seeing the same numbers on the vehicle body, engine block, and transmission is reassuring for classic-car purists.

When the car appeared at a few historic vintage races, the reaction from enthusiasts was overwhelming.

The model was gussied up with fins, quad headlamps, chrome, big tailfins, a hood scoop, and two-tone paint.