Nike 6.0 DeLorean Dunks carry the DMC logo and graphics that mimic the DMC-12’s rear window shades.

The Dodge Spirit R/T's 2.2-liter turbo cranks out 224 horsepower with a 0-60 time under six seconds.

The '70 Plymouth GTX 440 Six Pack could be the world’s only big-block car using Mopar paint code FM3, known as Moulin Rouge pink.

Have you ever wanted a four-door Camaro? This LS-powered Chevrolet Caprice PPV, built on a Camaro platform, is your chance.

When Caddy unveiled the second-generation Seville in 1980, it had a styling feature guaranteed to stand out from the crowd.

The history of Mitsubishi performance usually starts with a trio of turbocharged coupes in the 1990s. But the story goes back further.

The Scout has the off-road ability of a Bronco or Jeep. But it's cooler because it comes from a defunct farm equipment manufacturer.

Lincoln described the Cartier paint as “a creamy grey—the color of freshwater pearls.”

The interior resembles an airplane cockpit, which is appropriate because this Avanti could fly.

The “Bubble Top” Ventura Sport Coupe was a one-year-only model. That makes fine examples, like this one, a very rare find.

Unfortunately, the traits that make armchair racers lust after the Viper also make it difficult to drive.

The sculpted sweep of the sides is spot-on—a beautiful design rarely achieved with four-passenger classics.

Its styling is hard to pinpoint. It reminds us of various Lincolns of the 1970s, maybe with a touch of Thunderbird.

The truck bed houses vintage electrical transformers, insulators, resistors, analog voltage measuring meters, and coiled copper lines.

The 1955 Crown Victoria pioneered the moonroof, which is common these days. A “basket handle” frames the tinted acrylic panel.

It shines with wild metal flake blue paint offset by green flames—and green and blue patterns across the hood, roof, and fastback trunk.

Shift positions are handwritten in black permanent marker on the column shifter. Marine bottom paint was applied with a roller.

We almost forgot about the hotrod GXP version of the Solstice. It reminds us how much power the wee roadster can make.

The Camaro was getting discontinued with the 2002 model. Could a truck with a retractable roof be a worthy successor?

The red interior, with a bench seat, looks splendid. The sweeping instrument panel is framed by the spindly steering wheel.

The builder chose an ambulance for good reasons—stand-up room, rugged construction, upgraded electrical, and finished cabinets.